The Kaleidoscope Street Art Portraits of Eduardo Kobra
The continuously evolving kaleidoscope that is Eduardo Kobra’s art is certainly something to take note of.
Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra utilizes bright colors and bold lines while staying true to a kaleidoscope theme throughout his art. The technique of repeating squares and triangles allows him to bring to life the famous people he depicts in his images. This checkered pattern, filled with different textures, lines, and shading, builds up to Eduardo Kobra’s final masterpiece, a larger than life mural for all to see and marvel at.
Eduardo Kobra’s ability to achieve photorealism while maintaining his playful, color theme is fantastic, making for a striking contrast against the setting it is placed in. Specifically, his cunning use of brushes, airbrush, and spray cans serve as a means of bringing to life notable figures from the past, emphasizing their true dignified nature and beauty. Eduardo Kobra has also utilized a darker color palette in some of his works while maintaining that stunning air of beauty in throughout his work. You can’t help but feel a sense of nostalgia while looking at his creations, taking you back to a time when those individuals existed. The ability to recreate art that taps into individuals and eras past is a truly gift given to Kobra that is purely remarkable.
A. L. Crego Turns Street Art Into Brilliant Animated Gifs
Photographer and motion designer living in Spain, A. L. Crego is the author of street art works to which he gives life through animated GIF. These frescos in movement interact with the environment around them.
Artist A. L. Crego goes one step further and animates her street art to give it a whole new dimension.
Hula Paints A Series Of Stunning Seaside Murals While Balancing On A Paddleboard
Here we go with a stunning and unbelievably creative new way of painting murals. Meet Sean Yoro aka Hula, a NYC-based artist which decided to grab his surfboard, a bunch of acrylic paints, and get as far away from the street as possible!! This was definitely a genius move by Hula. The result is simply breathtaking and beautiful! In equilibrium on his surfboard, the Hawaii-native artist brought to life a series of beautiful portraits which perfectly integrates with the ocean. Everyone will forever be wondering if the rest of the women are hiding under the water.
Painter Sean Yoro, also known as HULA, draws attractive, tempting, charming and appealing paintings while floating on the calm waters while keeping his balance on a paddle board. His latest painting explains a beautiful girl painted on an discarded shipping yacht. Her image on the never-still waters changed it into such a lifelike image.
The artist, is inspired by artists of the Renaissance, he learned by himself the proficiency he uses with his oil paints. He works on a variety of different surfaces in his studio from broken surfboards to wooden panels.
All his paintings are portraits of women and have a hyper-realistic peculiarity due to the murals’ position above the water, they reflect perfectly into the waves.