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Pixel Pancho in Istanbul

This 2012 painting on a wall in Kadakoy, Istanbul, is by Italian artist Marco Bertolli, aka Pixel Pancho.  Born in Turin, Bertolli started his Pixel Pancho project there in 2001 and now lives in Barcelona.   25 more words

Graffiti And Street Art

I went walking

These are a couple of pieces that went up in Northbridge as part of the Public2015 public art project in April.

 

Street Art

Pixel Pancho - New Mural in New Jersey

Italian mural artist Pixel Pancho recently landed in New Jersey where he painted another incredible large-scale mural. The infamous street artist featured more of his epic robot characters holding a bouquet of flowers with his own take on a floral patterned background.

Art

4 shows in Londres

So my friend Christine dragged me up to London town this Thursday cos she wanted to see the Lego show at the old LegoBrick Lane brewery… 541 more words

Artist's Books

Pixel Pancho Street Art In London 2015

To accompany our previous post on Pixel Pancho’s current exhibition ‘Memory Of Our Life’ at the StolenSpace Gallery, we thought it would be a good time to share some pictures of the two pieces of street art put up by Pixel Pancho on his short recent visit to London, both around the East End. 220 more words

Street Art

Pixel Pancho 'Memory Of Our Life' Exhibition At The StolenSpace Gallery

Italian artist Pixel Pancho’s ‘Memory Of Our Life’ exhibition is currently on at the StolenSpace Gallery, and what a show this is. For his first exhibition in London, Pixel Pancho has been given Room 2 of the StolenSpace, in which he, as the show’s leaflet states, has set to create an  343 more words

Street Art

Evoca1 Hits The East End

Over the last two weeks London has been lucky enough to receive a visit from Miami based, Dominican born, street artist Evoca1, over on his first visit to London and who in this time painted a collaboration piece with Italian artist Pixel Pancho on Hanbury Street, as well as his first solo wall in London, sadly defaced before virtually anyone could appreciate the full beauty of the piece. 437 more words

Street Art