In this page you can discover the finalist for the Street Art in the Blue Area (Mediterranean to Ocean) rated by the audience and a professional Jury at the event in Tuzla, Bosnia and Erzegovina.
One winner of each discipline will partecipate to the Biennial MArteLive and will have the chance to participate in Art residencies and more prizes.
|My greatest influence is the daily routine of our time. The stimuli can now be infinite enough if only you train your operating system in such a way of thinking. Architecture, urban scenery are some thing i really observe. I would describe my job as an emotional escape or otherwise as a spiritual revelation. It’s obvious that it’s geometric, sometimes more rigid in terms of structure and forms and sometimes more free. Abstract compositions with handwriting scriptures, motifs, and stylized forms are some of the elements I have been studying and working on lately. The spontaneity and the element of improvisation play a decisive role in the creative process and it’s an internal necessity that guides me through the appropriate combination of color-form-object.
Dimensions are variable, according to the project.
Materials: Acrylics, Spraypaint, Tapes,Rulers.
Gloucester, United Kingdom
Tuzla, Bosnia and Erzegovina
Dimensions of wall 4m x 3m
Wall colors, black color for background and other colors for details
Montana black or Loop graffiti spray for shadows
Paint roler for background and brushes 4cm to 20 cm width for details
Kumanovo, North Macedonia
Naim Idrizi (1989) is a Street Artist, and he is known as the pioneer of 3D Street Art for N.Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania and beyond.
With his unique style, he made this art to have a new dimension in the Balkans.
He is known for: 3D Street Art, 3D Mural Art, Mural etc. Making him one of the most sought after artists in the Balkan countries.
-His works have different topics, which basically convey social, political and other messages.
-He masterfully uses colors and other “tricks” to create those much-loved and sought-after images by the public.
-His works so far, vary in sizes from 1x1m to the largest 10x12m.
-Naim is constantly engaged with projects, both private and through various festivals.
-And of course, he could not miss awards.
-He has been awarded in his country of origin and abroad.
-He is on the move all the time, working and at the same time promoting his art.
-He has a master degree from the Faculty of Arts in PRINTMAKING, Prishtina (Kosovo).
1. WASP – Dimensions:4.50m x .10m, Material: Acrylic,
Lokacion: Serbia 2022.
2. EAGLES – Dimensions: 9 x 4.5m, Material: Acrylic,
Location: North Macedonia, 2019.
3. WATER TURTLES – Dimensions: 4 x 2m, Material: Acrylic,
Location: North Macedonia, 2018.
4 PARROT – Dimensions: 9m x 6m, Material: Acrylic
Lokacion: North Macedonia, 2021.
5. EAGLE IN THE DEPTH – Dimensions – 12m x 7m, Material – Acrylic,
Location: Kosovo, 2016.
6. 3D ART RIVER – Dimensions: 7 x 4m, Material: Acrylic, Location: Kosovo, 2018.
Musya Qeburia is Georgian artist from Tbilisi. She is creating wall paintings since 2008. Her art critically explores the surrounding world, while the artist is in constant search for better style, better expressions, and eternal progress.
She has done her studies at Tbilisi State Art Academy school. Her experience in the art is multidirectional as she used to work in various art sphere for different companies, among them she used to work for a famous publishing house, advertisement companies, and creative industries.
Her works are not limited to wall paintings only, but she also practices other mediums, such as digital art, painting on paper and canvas, craft making and experimenting with various materials, ingredients and technics.
During her career, Musya Qeburia had 3 personal exhibitions in Georgia, and she has participated in various international art festivals, among them Kharkiv Smart Fest, Batumi Backyard Stories, Our Voices From the Spray Cans-Norway, Artisterium 2014, Tbilisi Mural fest an Niko -festival.
During her career, she has collaborated with various companies in Georgian as well as internationally established ones, such as booking.com, amazon.com, Europian Union, Unicef, McDonald, Eastern Partnership, etc.
At this stage, the artist not only aims to get well-established and achieve the success but make Georgia successful country on the global scale of street art map. On this process, Musya Qeburia wants to tackles such internationally heated topics as social justice, ecology, equality and so on.
Beauty Buried In Swamp, Poti- Niko festival 2020
Tbilisi Mural Festival 2019
These five children are reflecting several global problems, such as: Deforestation, wars, global warming, poverty and last but not least is air pollution, which is really big problem in our country. all these problematic issues, which I have used, starts with our country and goes around the world and in reality these issues touch us all…
Plastic Jellyfish – Niko Festival 2018
plastic pollution – underwater world with human, plastic bags and with jellyfishes
MICHAEL JORDAN and KOBE BRYANT – Basketball Court
Georgian Letters -commercial project for Development company
Banbury, United Kingdom
Image 1 and 2
1. AeroSoul framed.
Hand crushed paint cans framed with hand spray painted background. 30x30cm
2. AeroSoul mobile made with hand crushed spray cans with hand cut and painted paper wings. Strung with fishing wire on a metal ring. 6 x Spray cans, approx 1.5m by 0.5m by 0.5m
Hiss release, Soul releases, Solace, Release, Aero Soul.
Representing freedom and liberation of someone oppressed, stereotyped and discarded.
Exterior murals painted with spray paint free hand and with stencils.
3. 2.4m x 6m approx
4. 2.4m x 8m approx
5. 2.4m x 5.5 approx
These works explore a visualisation of emotion and expressions also using colour to enhance these feelings. Promoting discussion about mental health and female empowerment.
Bristol, United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom