PROJECT M/3 curated by NUART in BERLIN

Street Art // Friday, March 14, 2014
Our good friends at Nuart are in Berlin at the moment, curating and organzing "Project M/3" with Urban Nation. As they do every year in Stavanger, Norway, Nuart will be bring together a roster of international, national and emerging names in Street Art, and for Berlin, they have brought together Martha Cooper COOPER (US), DotDotDot (NO), Ernest Zacharevic (LT), Varoius and Gould (DE), M-CITY (PL), Levalet (FR), Plotbot (DE), Martin Whatson (NO), Evol (DE), and BUFF DISS (AUS) for the festival.

Nuart 2013: M-City Paints the Control Tower of Stavanger (SOLA) International Airport

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 11, 2013
We believe it has been confirmed: Polish artist M-City is the first person ever to paint a mural on the control tower of a major international airport. For Nuart 2013, the artist was commissioned by Stavanger Airport (SOLA) in Norway to paint the tower, so when flights come in and out of the airport, the first thing they see is the industrial style of one of the world's leading muralists. Considering Stavanger is a city known for major oil business, we think this is a major coup for Nuart. 

M-City mural in Mumbai, India

Street Art // Saturday, January 05, 2013
Asia’s largest science and technology festival “Techfest” was recently held in Mumbai, India. Polish muralist, Mariusz Waraz, aka M-City, painted the following mural in conjunction with the festivities.

New M-City mural in Germany

Street Art // Thursday, October 04, 2012
Consciously working with the architectural shape of this particular building, Polish muralist, M-City’s newest mural complements and works with the structures dimensions brilliantly. Watch a time lapsed video of the murals process as it was painted in St.Ottilien, Germany.

M-City Wave Mural in Poland

Street Art // Friday, September 07, 2012
Working with the slanted architectural shape of the building, M-City painted a large breaking wave carrying and swallowing multiple cityscapes. This particular mural was painted for the Artloop 2012 in Sopot, Poland.

New M-City Mural @ See No Evil Festival

Street Art // Thursday, August 16, 2012
Just the logistics of planning a mural of this size is impressive. This one in particular, painted by M-City for the See No Evil Festival in Bristol, Uk, is exceptionally narrow in width, but lengthy in height making for odd shaped mural. The Poland-based artist painted in his distinct stencil style look, incorporating a futuristic machinery landscape under construction, with a portion being submerged underwater. You can also see faintly in the background Connor Harrington’s addition to the building as well.

M-City at Traffic Design Festival

Street Art // Wednesday, August 01, 2012
M-City has brought another large-scale mural to the streets of Poland. This time around, the city of Gdynia, Poland hosts a wall for the artist to paint during the Traffic Design Festival. An above and below aquatic view with two matching ships can b seen in the artist unique rendering.

M-City Mural in Jarocin, Poland

Street Art // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Polish muralist, Mariusz Waraz, aka M-City, just finished painting this giant broken tape mural in Jarocin, Poland. Waraz did an excellent job with the space, working around the windows and satellite dish.  The drop shadow adds a nice feeling of depth as well.

New M-City in Bologna, Italy

Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 23, 2012
Polish artist, Mariusz Waraz, aka M-City, has just completed this large mural in Bologna, Italy for an event titled “Frontier.”  This piece is another one of the artist’s mechanical/architectural visions, consisting of an immense amount of detail and a giant crank.

New M-City mural in Bologna, Italy

Street Art // Friday, June 22, 2012
Polish artist, Mariusz Waraz, aka M-City, has just completed this large mural in Bologna, Italy for an event titled “Frontier.”  This piece is another one of the artist’s mechanical/architectural visions, consisting of an immense amount of detail and a giant crank.
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