Monday, August 31, 2015

Reka reveals a large mural in the Swiss Alps for VAF 15

Our good friend Reka was one of the participants of recently finished Vision Art Festival in Switzerland. Australian-born artist got an opportunity to create his work high in the Swiss Alps, and the finished piece looks impressive in the setting it's been placed in.

Our good friend Reka was one of the participants of recently finished Vision Art Festival in Switzerland. Australian-born artist got an opportunity to create his work high in the Swiss Alps, and the finished piece looks impressive in the setting it's been placed in.
Working on a Cry D'ere cable station on 2,000m above sea levels, Reka nicely incorporated the architectural elements of the building in his work. Taking the inspiration from the landscape around him, he painted an image of an upside down bug and a large hand next to it, using the tones that blend nicely with the environment. Cleverly using the format of the wall he was working on  the finished piece has a nice composition which is rounded up with a stylized version of Swiss flag.
Take a look at more photos of Reka's latest mural and come back soon for more street and urban art related news and reports.








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