Mural artists David de la Mano and Pablo S. Herrero have collaborated together to create some captivating figures made out of various trees and people. These large-scale murals now call the streets of Stavanger and Sandnes in Norway their home.
The two artist have joined forces in the past such earlier this year in Uruguay when they created similar silhouetted work. Their recent work involves three separate pieces entitled Silvano; a mural on The Science Factory in Sandnes Norway, Semblantes; a mural on the campus of the University of Stavanger in Norway and Habitat; a mural in Stavanger.
What I like the most about these murals is the use of faces to create them. Each artwork uses the same silhouette figure of a person's face as the underlying theme and it really comes out in these black and white murals.
The David de la Mano and Pablo S. Herrero Collaboration is Exquisite
1. Silhouette Murals - Opportunity for artists to create captivating large-scale murals using silhouettes of people and objects.
2. Collaborative Artwork - Potential for artists to collaborate and combine their artistic styles to create unique and captivating murals.
3. Nature-inspired Art - Emerging trend of using natural elements, such as trees, to create artistic representations in urban environments.
1. Art and Design - Opportunity for artists and designers to explore new techniques and creative collaborations in mural art.
2. Tourism and Hospitality - Murals like these can attract tourists and enhance the visual appeal of cities, offering opportunities for businesses in tourism and hospitality sectors.
3. Urban Planning and Development - Incorporating large-scale murals into urban spaces can contribute to the revitalization and beautification of cities, creating opportunities for urban planning and development professionals.