Without color, our world would be a poorer place. Brasilian artists who came to Minsk to take part in the annual Belarusian-Brasilian festival of urban art, know that as well as anyone.
These are just some out of a dozen murals that will appear in the city this summer. To see how Minsk will be transformed with your own eyes, check the program of the two-week-long festival. Music, food, fashion market, street theater, lectures, exhibitions, film screenings and open-air are included!
The first noticeable outlines appeared on 16/3 Kastryčnickaja street, in the courtyard near the river
Here works the artist Hyper, who came from Brazil to paint Kaapora – the one who lives in the forest
In his works, the artist refers to the knowledge of ancient people, ancient civilization and their culture
On the other side of an old factory, one can find Bruno Big. His mural is called “Take care of your garden”
Bruno is an art history specialist, graphic artist
“The secret is not chasing butterflies … You take care of the garden so that they come to you.” This is the message behind his mural
The works of Belarusian photographer and artist Karolina Polyakova will appear on 10 billboards
A huge moon or crescent, a pink sunset, a field and numerous panel houses. She creates collages that tell fantastic stories of Minsk