September 28, 2023


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“Neighborhood” by David de la Mano in Rostrenen, France – StreetArtNews

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Spanish artist David de la Mano recenlty shared pictures on his newest mural venture entitled in Rostrenen, Brittany painted throughout the artist residency at La Fourmi-e.

The mural entitled “Neighborhood” represents a gaggle of people that manage towards oppression or injustice. The sticks symbolize your energy and willpower to battle in your rights and resist any type of injustice, violence or discrimination.

The unbreakable will to battle in your rights.
Collectively, they exhibit their empowerment and robust dedication.

David de la Mano is thought for his giant dystopian murals that includes human and animal silhouettes, a minimalist fashion and his monochromatic use of black. David de la Mano creates distinctive artworks that are symbolic reflections on humankind and paying homage to darkish fairytales. The only anthropomorphic figures of the artist collect collectively and unite in an everlasting and recurring motion; the people grow to be the mass and vice versa, and they’re pushed by their desires, ambitions, fears, vices, hopes, and inside conflicts.

Check out extra photographs of “Neighborhood” and keep tuned for extra avenue artwork updates from the across the globe.

Credit Geoffroy, Cinthya Guyot, Alan, Gwenn, Lorette, and La Fourmi-e group.

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