Vardø, Norway - Walls KOMAFEST - thanks to Pøbel; 3rd image by Ian Cox
The building was formerly used to clean fish. Norway unfortunately still hunts whales. 24 hours daylight to paint.
In the winter they have 24 hours darkness, ... a very unique experience.
Bears, Rochester, NY, at Wall Therapy. Thanks to Ian J. Wilson
Possum, Chicago. Thanks to Pawn Works
Driving from the east to the west of America to stop at Tucson. By invitation of Eric Firestone of the Boneyard Project I got to paint this US Navy discarded plane that been used during the Korean war. Painting such a 'loaded' surface, gives some 'weight' during painting it. Thanks Marcy and Alex.
Also see this video by Jason Wawro.
The Painted Desert Project, Navajo Nation, Arizona. Between the south and the north rim of the Grand Canyon we entered at night near Monument Valley at the
Painted Desert. There are no words to describe the beauty of this place, ... magical. Thank you to Chip Thomas.
Snake with strangled rats
At All City Canvas in Mexico DF
República de Paraguay 42-Downtown. Thanks to the organisation and to Gonzalo, Roberto, and Jalil, Jesus and Francisco.
Lizard - Cholula, Mexico
I visited last year in January also Cholula, I love the place and the people!
Thanks again to my friend Christian Milamores!
Grasshopper - Cholula, Mexico
THE GAMBIA On invitation of Wide Open Walls by Lawrence, my second visit to the Makasutu Forest, The Gambia. I painted in the surrounding villages.
Mosquito - Kubuneh
Vulture on a baboon skull - Kubuneh
Pangolin - Makumbaya
Lizard - Galoya
Beatles - Galoya
Kudu - Galoya
Toad - Galoya
Turtle - Gunjur Beach
On invitation of TheSk8Room (Bruxelles) I went to Cambodia to give some workshops with the Cambodian youth and the people from Skateistan, Combodia.
As Mexico, as Africa, this was a short trip, but I got the chance to paint on the tower of the school of PSE (Pour un sourire d'enfant), Phnom Penh.
Because we spend two days before in the jungle near by Vietnam I choose to paint a firefly. The firefly is because of the light pollution threatened in her existence and has a great importance for they produce with there lower body a yellow/green luminescent light, and communicate with their light flashes with each other. Researchers are observing them for a cancer resource and claiming they would could kill cancer cells.
During our two days stay in the forrest we visit Kep, a small town near by Vietnam, that once functioned as the French Riviera of Cambodia.
The left behind villas witnessing this former wealth. The villas became destroyed in the time of the Kmer Rouge and nowadays they are shelters for homeless people and for roaming animals.
Stockholm - painted in minus 70 degrees Fahrenheit.
Painted in the subway station of Hornstull-Stockholm. “Inside the station I made an installation named 'Fragmentation' on invitation of Scarlett Gallery and the 100House; thank you very much to Ola, Nick, Niklas & Peter!”
Images animated by Circusgonzo.
The Malt Tower, Hasselt, Belgium
The blue owl on the left is by Resto. Thanks to Kurt from Streetart BE.