Onesto and Mart Aire New Camden Mural
Argentinian artist Mart Aire is currently in the UK for a few weeks and has already been featured on Hookedblog with the first mural the artist painted shortly after landing in London(covered here). On completing the London wall Mart Aire headed up to Blackpool where the artist was taking part in this year editions of the Sand Sea Spray festival that took place over the weekend of July 10th.
Now back in London the artist teamed up with our friends at Pigment London and the Real Art of the street to collaborate on a wall with fellow South American artist Onesto, who is visiting London from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Onesto was also on this years Sand Sea Spay festival line-up and returned with Mart to London. The two artists met up late last week to collaborate and painted this new work pictured here under one of the railway arches in Camden. Both artists will be in London for some time yet so we can expect to see more from these two in the coming weeks.
For those readers wishing to see some artists painting live you can catch up with Onesto who will be painting live at the upcoming LATA Street Culture Festival 2015, happening at the Red Gallery in Old Street. Hosted by Braziliarty & Pigment London you can expect outdoor live painting and exhibition, film, talks and workshops over the weekend of August 05th – 08th August, 2015. Joining Onesto for the live painting event will be Thiago Goms, ONIO and Waleska Nomura. More info on the upcoming festival can be found via the events Facebook page here.
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