Street Art // Friday, January 24, 2014
The strong abstract monochromatic line work of Never 2501 has hit the streets of London recently. Using paintbrushes, the Italian artist painted a construction site wall and manipulated two billboards.
Street Art // Thursday, December 26, 2013
In between working on the Mirrorless Project and painting several other murals, Never 2501 and Pastel, collaborated on the following wall in Miami during Art Basel. “Clash/Cultues” features both artists distinct monochromatic line work and imagery, with a touch of gold for additional embellishment.
Street Art // Monday, December 16, 2013
This was one of the many walls these two artists painted while in Miami for Art Basel this year. Both painted these in record time so they could go paint more and more and more
Street Art // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Italian street artist, Never 2501, recently completed this large circular piece on a massive brick façade for the Articulate Baltimore Festival. Around 1/3 of the circle is blacked out, where the rest has the artist’s abstract designs incorporated within.
Street Art // Monday, October 15, 2012
Never 2501’s newest installation, which is significantly different from what we are accustomed to seeing him do, was created from all natural resources. The artist used dead trees, roots, and leaves, to create a massive body located in the Museo Archeologico "Paolo Giovio" in Como, Italy. The piece is entitled “"In Cammino Per Trasformarsi Nell'istante Presente" or “Moving to transform into the present.”
Street Art // Thursday, September 13, 2012
Never2501’s newest piece entitled “"Dynamic Influences" is intended to incorporate and interact with the changing shadows throughout the day.
Street Art // Thursday, August 30, 2012
Italian artist, Never2501, recently created a number of pieces on the inside and outside of an abandoned psychiatric ward and mine. These isolated places offering blank canvases are located inTuscany and Elba, Italy.
Street Art // Sunday, August 19, 2012
Sitting and serving no real purpose, these old rusty tankers in Tuscany, Italy were finally made to good use as canvases. James Kalinda, Never2501, and Centina applied a variety of complementing styles in black and white, making a collage of dark imagery.
Street Art // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Using small brushes to create abstract pieces with movement, Never 2501’s work can often be easy on the eyes. The Italian muralist recently painted this mural on a house in Petriolo, Italy.
Street Art // Monday, July 23, 2012
Italian muralist, Never2501, did an outstanding job bringing life to this moving blank canvas in Paris, France. Painted in part of the ParisFreeWalls Project, the artist applied a multitude of curved lines to create his abstract characters, used minimal color and left a large area creating some complimentary negative space.