WD’s “Knowl­edge speaks — Wis­dom lis­tens” top of 10+ Incred­i­ble Before & After Street Art trans­for­ma­tions that’ll make you say Wow /​bored​panda​.com

Look around you. The world is full of empty can­vases. Every­where you turn are empty walls where beau­ti­ful pieces of art could be, but often these spaces are over­looked in favor of bor­ing blank noth­ing­ness. But for­tu­nately for us there are artists out there who are deter­mined to trans­form our world into the vibrant pub­lic art gallery that it deserves to be. Take a look at these before and after pic­tures of spec­tac­u­lar street art to see what we mean. Com­piled by Bored Panda, the gallery below serves to remind us of what our towns and cities could look like if only we used our imag­i­na­tion. Don’t for­get to vote for the best!

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WD’s lat­est mural in Athens “Knowl­edge speaks — Wis­dom lis­tens” goes viral

Owl sym­bol­izes wis­dom and at the same time is a sym­bol of the god­dess Athena, the one that gave her name to the city of Athens. From the other hand owl as bird, is famous for its excep­tion­ally good far vision, par­tic­u­larly in low light. Nowa­days Greece, and not only, is expe­ri­enc­ing a really dark phase and I think is time for peo­ple in Greece and around the globe, to recall this creature’s wisdom.

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WD Solo Show Late Night Tale /​Sarri12 Gallery Athens Greece, March-​April 2016

WD Solo Show Late Night Tale attempts a sec­ond nar­ra­tion of the infa­mous tale Alice in Won­der­land. The fully painted space has been trans­formed to the Wound­ed­land, which visu­al­izes WD’s idea about social-​political phe­nom­ena and issues like con­sumerism, war, refugeeism and nature destruc­tion among oth­ers. Phe­nom­ena that every human being expe­ri­enc­ing today, as we are all part of the global era. In a 350 m² paint­ing and through a rad­i­cal view, Wild Draw­ing with his East-​West cul­tural back­ground com­bined in a unique way, is call­ing us to join him in Wound­ed­land. Enjoy the trip!
Curated by NojNop

Late Night Tale in num­bers: 14 days of paint­ing — 350 m² of painted sur­faces — 41 days show dura­tion — 2.500 visitors

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Wild Draw­ing paints a new mural in Athens “No land for the Poor”

The title is “No Land for the Poor” and it is inspired by the Euro­zone cri­sis and its impact on Greek peo­ple.
This mural, as it is writ­ten, is ded­i­cated to the Poor and Home­less in Greece and around the Globe. Why our soci­ety always ignores Poor or Home­less peo­ple? They are not invis­i­ble, they are there…on our way home.

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WD (Wild Draw­ing) [GR] /​Malta Street Art Festival

For the 2nd year in a row we´re hon­ored to have Wild Draw­ing on our line-​up. Wild Draw­ing is an indone­sian artist who cur­rently res­i­dents in Greece. He´s a true artist who mas­ters all medi­ums, sizes and styles and incor­po­rates the sur­round­ings of his art­works like no one else. Last year Wild Draw­ing painted a truck on the beach of Sliema who later was voted to one of the best art­works of the year by street art utopia. We´re look­ing for­ward to hav­ing him back, and have great things in mind to top last year.

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WD paints “Money Kills”, a new mural in Bali, Indone­sia /​stree​tart​news​.net

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WD is cur­rently back in Indone­sia where he just fin­ished work­ing on this new piece enti­tled “Money Kills” some­where on the streets of Bali.
The Bali­nese artist used the iconic pho­to­graph from Eddie Adams to pro­duce this pow­er­ful and mean­ing­ful art­work. Beau­ti­ful remix.
Con­tinue read­ing for more detailed shots of “Money Kills” and then make sure to drop your two cents down in our com­ments section.

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