As I promised (and a bit later then expected:( ), the second part of my street art hunting exploration in Covilhã. In this episode you can find my captured Woolfest artworks created between 2015 and 2017.
Antonio Correia aka Pantonio is Portuguese artist, born in the Azores.
Francisco Bosoletti, a Argentinian rebel and artist. Known for his large scale poetic and eclectic murals. Fran Bosoletti his Instagram
Haven’t found information about the artist(s) Las Medianeras. Street art is not always about graffiti, but also about installations, tiles, ceramic and much more.
Samina, another well talented Portuguese artist. And I have to admit, I am a fan! After seeing this mural, I researched him on Instagram, the playground for street art lovers:). White, grey,black, grey,portraits and cubism. Samina created this mural ( Sr Viseu) in 2015. Check out his Instagram account here
In the middle of the historical center of Covilha, you can find Third, his mural. This mural is an ode to all the machines that fed Covilha’s textile industry. Before many years, the cities biggest industry. Created by the Portuguese artist Third.
As you can see, Regg Salgado his mural “Fio Conductor” is also influenced by Covilha’s history and textile industry. Wanna see more murals created by the Portuguese artist Regg Salgado? Check out his Instagram
Doa Oa her creations are inspired by nature,flowers, plants and much more.
This Mural is the result of a Lata 65 workshop. A Graffiti workshop for the elderly,isn’t it that cool?
This creation was inspired by Amalia Rodrigues her Fado song “Covilha, Cidade Neve”, a song about Covilha’s history and wool/textile industry.
Through the years, Urban Woolfest invited several international artists, and one of them is the Belgian artist Gijs Vanhee.
Did you check my first blogpost about Covilha’s Urban Art Festival? Click here.