Filthy Luker & Pedro Estrellas

Luke Egan and Pete Hamilton, also known as the street art duo Filthy Luker & Pedro Estrellas, have been creating inflatable works of art for public spaces for 23 years now. The autodidactic tailors of the bizarre have cut and sewn their way to their own distinctive niche in the international street art scene with their unmissable art. Operating professionally as Designs in Air, the highly skilled team of technicians and creatives fearlessly take on new projects, enthusiastically drawing upon their innovative minds and unique talents. […]

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Luke Egan and Pete Hamilton, also known as the street art duo Filthy Luker & Pedro Estrellas, have been creating inflatable works of art for public spaces for 23 years now. The autodidactic tailors of the bizarre have cut and sewn their way to their own distinctive niche in the international street art scene with their unmissable art. Operating professionally as Designs in Air, the highly skilled team of technicians and creatives fearlessly take on new projects, enthusiastically drawing upon their innovative minds and unique talents.

About their UN Biennale artwork // “Tentacles”
Filthy Luker & Pedro Estrellas are driven by their passion for innovative design and anarchic humor to install their giant artworks in public spaces. The artists are considered pioneers of the inflatable medium thanks to their consistent artistic approach to design, their attention to detail and their groundbreaking concepts. Often drawing from their arsenal of inflatable sculptures, their pop-up creations have the power to change theb face of a city in a matter of minutes. The internationally acclaimed work Tentacle Attack always attracts a constant flow of excited admirers and snap-happy Instagrammers hungry to capture and share the experience of this epic animated urban takeover.

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