Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Sainer unveils "Crossroads", a massive new mural in Lisbon

Sainer, one half of the infamous Etam Cru, recently hopped to Lisbon for another project with Underdogs collective. After releasing a limited edition lithograph with them earlier this year, this time he worked on a massive mural titled "Crossroads".

Sainer, one half of the infamous Etam Cru, recently hopped to Lisbon for another project with Underdogs collective. After releasing a limited edition lithograph with them earlier this year, this time he worked on a massive mural titled "Crossroads".
Working 10 days straight on a large facade of a 10 story building, Polish artist created an impressive piece that has his signature style all over it. Using the facade color as the background for his piece, he perfectly blended the image of an elderly lady with levitating bunny hat, surrounded with animals. With exaggerated physique, thin hands and fingers, long neck and almost hunched posture, she is an example of slightly different, more illustrative direction Sainer is currently working on. But, devoted to the legacy of Etam Cru's older murals, one can notice the recurring details such as skull logo on her handbag, snowman head ring on her finger, or a hound dog next to her.
Check out more images of this piece after the jump and check back soon for more updates on the Sainer and Bezt from Etam Cru.






photo credits by the artist, AndrĂ© Santos, @paulinefoessel, @troballola

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