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Diogo Machado known as Add Fuel was born in 1980 is a Portuguese illustrator & street artist. Diogo Machado’s artwork combines fictional characters, decorative elements, and humor. His mural work using tiles and stencils is inspired by trompe l’oeil, and often emphasizes symmetry.[1] Add Fuel has used azulejo mosaic tiles as a medium for graffiti and other works, and has also described is as a cultural influence.[3]
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Alice Pasquini, graphic designer, illustrator and Street Artist from Rome hits Berlin. Her artworks are graphic novels, the tools of her choice are stencils in combination with spray paint and markers. This way of working makes her pieces looking similar to the works of C215, witch isn’t surprising, because they worked together quiet often. read more

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The first time the Swiss Street Artist Robi the Dog visited Berlin, he was so active that you had to be blind not to realise that new paste-ups were popping up all over the city (we’ve already written a post about him and his first visit to Berlin). Now Robi the Dog has visited Berlin for a second time and, of course, he wasn’t here just to see the Brandenburg Gate. Once again he was pretty active in the streets and left a lasting impression on the walls of Berlin. read more

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Mattia Lullini (1985) is best known for his zoomorphic, colorful and densely decorated illustrations and murals.

A collective one – a wall painting workshop by Mattia Lullini from Serigrafia Tantemani // Pigmenti on Vimeo. read more

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Klone Yourself was born in Harkov, Ukraine but currently lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel. Documenting the real and unreal.

His original approach towards graffiti was to personally challenge himself and take ownership of his surroundings and domesticate environment. As he exhibited in galleries and painted murals throughout Europe, the Middle East, and the United States, he started to be interested in the meaning and relations other can have with their “home”.
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Italian artist Luca Zamoc was born in 1986 in Modena. Since his early age he was inspired by influences as different as 80′s comics,mithology and human anatomy.


He attended the New Academy of Art in Milan and graduated with a bachelor of Graphic Design & Art Direction.
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