Street Art // Thursday, November 08, 2012
You got a whole family trying to live on your back! Hyuro’s surreal imagery is far different from the majority of the street art being created right now. Often painting the female gender in a black and white palette, her work is engaging, challenging, and draws the viewer in to investigate the meaning. This newest piece shows a shoeless female wearing a house on her back with a number of characters trying to get in.
Street Art // Friday, November 02, 2012
Whether or not this is actually a painting of a human clothesline, it was our first impression. Hyuro’s more recent mural in Valencia, Spain is of 4 women ether topless or bottomless and shoeless, holding hands in what could be a dance of sorts.
Street Art // Monday, October 29, 2012
Hyuros’s street work often attempts to comment on and challenge current cultural topics, with animals being prominent figures in her ideas. The artist’s newest piece in Valencia, Spain shows two dead deer encircled by set lights.
Street Art // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Having already painted a number of walls for the Bien Urbain Festival in Besancon, France, Hyuro recently finished up another piece in a peculiar location. A number of the artist’s signature longhaired women are seen lying atop of each other ascending the side of some public steps.
Street Art // Friday, September 28, 2012
Spanish artist, Hyuro, completed another wall for the Bien Urbain festival, which is currently taking place in Besancon, France. The artist painted a lengthy cityscape resting on a rug. A character is seen leaning against a rug that looks as if it is about to get rolled up.
Street Art // Wednesday, September 05, 2012
After painting a controversial wall in Atlanta that courted international media attention, Hyuro is in Bencason, France participating in the Bien Urbain Festival. The artist painted an old dilapidated wall, showing four women covered in sheepskin, performing ritualistic dancing around three wolves.
Street Art // Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Spanish muralist, Hyuro, has stirred up emotions in an Atlanta community with her recent mural for the Living Walls Project. The talented artist was invited to participate in the event where she painted a series of women nude, then dressing, and then taking off the dress that morphs to a wolf and runs away.
Street Art // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Hyuro’s newest addition to the street is a piece entitled “Arbol de la vida” translated to “Tree of Life.” This bizarre imagery shows a large group of women hanging from a leafless tree. It was painted in Tepito, located in the Cuauhtemoc borough of Mexico City.
Street Art // Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Hyuro recently created this simple image of a woman holding a child in an elastic crepe bandage-looking line style. This piece was painted in the town of Valencia where much of her other work can bee seen on the streets.
Street Art // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Many street artists feel the need to create large-scale work, however the smaller pieces that are site specific are just as impactful. Spanish muralist, Hyuro is a great example of an artist working on a smaller scale, with strong imagery, and her work stands out among the rest. This newest piece, which we believe to be inspired by a Ryan McGinley photograph was painted in Valencia, Spain where you can see plenty of her other work in the streets.