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Robi the Dog was a street artist from Switzerland who started his career as graffiti writer in the age of 16 years. He discovered HIP HOP, stopped doing graffiti and started as musician for some years. Since 2006 his visual art is back on the streets. He works with multi-layer stencils, sprayed on paste ups; his works are usually very colourful. read more

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Gregos is a french street artist who started to display his face on the walls of Paris.

He invented his own 3D concept using all the techniques he has developed and taught himself over the years, and creates a replicate of his face, tongue out or smiling, that he paints and glues on the walls of Paris. Each face is a sort of self-portrait of the day to express his humors, his past, present, and future. At first, the faces were only blanks, and the message was the tongue out. Gregos’ street art concept is successful at inspiring interaction between the faces and by passers. As of today, more than 500 faces have been installed, in Paris mostly, but also in other towns of France and of the world including Europe, USA, Japan and South America. read more

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Rabea Senftenberg is a very well known Street Artist from Germany, living in Berlin. For more on her work please check here .

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Astro Naut is a Street Artists, born in Argentina, that currentrly living in Madrid, Spain.

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BANE is a Street Artists, born and living in Switzerland.

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Gonzalo Borondo was born in a Spanish city Valladolid, but very soon went to live in Segovia. At fourteen, Borondo moved to Madrid where he attended the Art School and the Academy of Fine Arts. He graduated in IES Margarita Salas Madrid and continued his fine arts studies in Madrid Complutense University. In 2012, he spent some time in Rome, Italy for an Erasmus cultural exchange program at Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. Madrid is the place where he actually began doing graffiti tags all around the city, as well as the classic bombing on trains, his works of puppets – which decrease the letters and increase the drawings – but it soon became clear that this is not expression mature enough for his artistic language. Thanks to his teacher Jose Herranz Garcia, Borondo had the opportunity to learn and experiment with new techniques. He worked with charcoal, oil and tempera, experimented with new ways of expression just to be closer to the understanding that for the best gallery for him – is the street. read more

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