Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Curiot’s creatures have swam deep into Pange Seed´s oceans to find the “Missing Link”, createdfor Tales from the Deep: Stories, Myths, and Monsters print suite. This limited edition giclee print ( a series of 75 signed and number) remind us of the Caribbean depths replete with coral life. The shinning eye stone statue resting at the bottom of this reef has a clear reminiscence to ancient Mexican deities; the alien like, galaxy covered divers, seem to be cautiously crossing a fluid wall from another dimension.
Street Art // Monday, June 29, 2015
Curiot has been busy so far this year with exhibitions worldwide and one show in SF, the Mexican artist has also had time to paint some murals. The most recent was in the Mural Fest in Montreal where once again doesn't use his traditional style and creates a piece with a more limited color palette making a wall that seems influenced by some Mexican textiles.
Street Art // Friday, May 08, 2015
Mexican artist Curiot finished a mural in Perth, Australia. The artist was invited by PUBLIC Art Festival and the murals features some local fauna and a monochromatic palett. It's good to see how Curiot didn't used his typical style, looking for new ways to connect with the people.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 12, 2014
"The Creation of Nirak´tuh" is the most recent exhibit of artist Favio Martínez "Curiot" (Michoacan, México), presenting a series inspired in the element of fire as a component of the duality of Creation - Destruction. In this new series, Curiot creates a collection of characters lead by Nirak'tuh, the sun god, who announces a new cycle in the history of the planet.
Street Art // Sunday, January 19, 2014
One of the most exciting and talented street artists from Mexico City is without a doubt, Curiot. Over the last year this artist has pushed his work in new directions, bringing something different with each new mural. This new hybrid, vegetation friendly character is radiating with oxygen and vivid colors. We think it may need to watered regularly?
Street Art // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
Mexico City-based, Curiot and Philadelphia-based, Yis Goodwin aka Nosego, have combined talents panting this huge detailed wall in Compton, Los Angeles. The two artists were in town for their split show “Unknown Elements” at Thinkspace Gallery that opened Saturday, December 14th.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 14, 2013
We showed you yesterday the work of NOSEGO, who is the other part of "Unknown Elements" with Mexico City's Curiot. We have loved what we have seen with Curiot's work in the past, and with this show opening tonight (Saturday, December 14) at Thinkspace, we think this is a great combo you should go check out.
Street Art // Thursday, November 07, 2013
Created for a new project in Mexico City called “Lienzo Capital,” Curiot painted one of his uniquely vibrant characters on the side of an already colorful building. This piece is named "Quetzen-tul con una canica más" and is an exceptional display of this artist’s creative talent.
Street Art // Friday, September 20, 2013
Participating in the Proyecto Frágil, Mexico-based artist, Curiot, added this fantastic piece to the exterior of an abandoned building. Apparently the building will soon be demolished making for a brief life span.