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Nawer vs. Temporary Space Design

During the Katowice Street Art Festival in Poland, popular urban artist Nawer (remember his great collaboration with Graphic Surgery?) teamed up again with the motion graphic artists of Temporary Space Design and created a pretty great multimedia installation!

Like other projects they did together, this installation explores space in two dimensional graphics. The attempt to breathe life into an image and bring a sense of motion and dynamic to a static form is in my opinion a really interesting approach, allowing to create impressing results as you can see in the video documenting also parts of the progress.

As his own style evolves, the aim of Nawer, who is architect, designer, street artist and graduate of the Architecture and Urbanism program in Krakow, is to always strive forward in an effort to connect painting with architecture. And that’s what makes him and his great abstract graffiti works that interesting…

Nawer vs. Temporary Space Design
Nawer vs. Temporary Space Design
Nawer vs. Temporary Space Design

Via behance.net.

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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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