I am TakerOne from Hungary. I've been painting for about 17 years now, trying to take photo-realism to the next level. My goal is to avoid that plastic look many photo-realistic paintings have, and go for a more natural, really photo-like result. However, I'm also looking into taking my art, in general, to a next level in a visual sense as well. I'm very lucky to say that I've painted at a couple of very cool places around the world including London UK, New York, Los Angeles USA, Auckland NZ, Ukraine, Israel, also in Spain multiple times, and even in Sri Lanka. I got to take part in a few group exhibitions, although I'm not a big fan of those, as street art belongs to the streets, and every now and then my works have been recognized by the mainstream media. I really enjoy transforming our built environment to a more livable, colorful, exciting place, and I'm happy to say that basically all of the feedback from the people on my works are positive.
Gargar Mural and Rural Art Festival wants to promote the artistic culture in the rural world, turning the village of Penelles into a reference point, engaging people in a unique project of which we can be proud.
This 'Radioactive' festival joins together the people who love Chernobyl, Pripyat and the Zone itself, they want to explore it further and also get to know the human side of it.
The City Council of Montcada i Reixac intends to develop an innovative and collaborative project to create an environmentally themed mural with a positive outlook that awakens feelings of coexistence, caring and the regeneration of nature.
Artists 4 Israel brings the world’s greatest artists to Israel and around the world to begin healing communities and people affected by conflict through the transformative power of art.