Christian Böhmer, who is also known as ‘Mr.Trash’, is a German graffiti, street- and urban artist from Cologne. He is known for his very detailed and realistic looking ‘Paper Bag Heads’ art works, which he applies as, paste ups, painted or sprayed. Christian Böhmer has collaborated with URBAN NATION by contributing his works on a Community Wall project in 2018.
A visual artist and muralist born in Valparaíso, Chile, INTI creates artworks surly carries out not more than the meaning, he also transmits the warm colours of it. Painting on canvasses, creating sculptures or large murals, his artwork addresses birthplace of the Latin American culture, multiplying it on a global level. Using controlled and technically stunning artwork INTI’s works are featured as a part of the opening of URBAN NATION Museum in 2017.
Brazilian artist Claudio Rafael, better known as Claudio Ethos, creates large-scale surreal murals using a minimal colour palette. Ethos large-scale murals often depict anxious, struggling figures in urban surroundings, his characters depict emotional and spiritual states and his works are featured as a part of the opening of URBAN NATION Museum in 2017.
DOT DOT DOT is a visual artist from Norway. With foundations in graffiti since the 90’s, the mediums utilised by the artist range from installations to etchings to drawings. From the mid 2000s, his focus was on stencil work and in the last few years he has stepped back to his oil paintings and has become regarded as one of Norway’s leading and most well known artists. DOT DOT DOT is part of the class of 2018 in the URBAN NATION Artist in Residence Programme.
Ricky Lee Gordon is a self-taught Cape Town based artist, born in Johannesburg South Africa in 1984. He is best known for his vast-scale murals that can be seen in all over the world. Living by the law of nature his murals explore this area bringing light to the surroundings he paints. Ricky Lee Gordon has collaborated with URBAN NATION by contributing his works on a One Wall project in 2017.
Hailing from the country chocolate and neutrality: Serge Nidegger also Serge Lowrider. The Swiss artists’ works are anything but neutral. His trademark sign-painter style is explicitly ironic and very colourful. Serge Lowrider has collaborated with URBAN NATION on Project M/12 in 2017.