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Boxi: How-to Stencil Art

Berlin-based stencil artist Boxi is in addition to Evol, Czarnobyl, Orticanoodles and C215 one of the most famous stencil artist in Europe and the entire world.

Yesterday, I found an amazing video which documents the alternation process of one of his most recent artworks, a “six layer hand-cut paper stencil and spray paint on photograph by Ross Morrison.” It looks quite gorgeous how he creates the reflections in the visual cover of the helmet – That really floored me!

Seems to be really easy to create such a detailed and mind-blowing stencil artwork, but if you have already tried it yourself, you know that it’s a intensely creative procedure, right?

For my part, I would like to take a look at the fine structured stencils…

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  1. “Seems to be really easy to create such a detailed and mind-blowing stencil artwork, but if you have already tried it yourself, you know that it’s a intensely creative procedure, right?”
    RIGHT! Thank you for posting this!

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Urban Art Core is your independent, international source for street art, graffiti and urbanism from around the world, mainly focused on stories, news and actions taking place in urban environments.

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