Urban art draws its energy, color, message, and techniques from metropolitan reality. Bring all the vibrancy of the city into your home! LUMAS Curator Brando Wild walks us through a few of his favorite limited edition works inspired by city life.
A lifelong Berliner, Sandra Rauch’s personal urban experience inspires the juxtaposition of people, monuments and stereotypes in her work. Through the use of collage, she encapsulates multiple realities and perspectives of urban life.
Tim Marrs’s work relies on the rawness, color, and character of the streets. His mixed media approach involves graffiti and concrete, packing all the life of the streets within the frames of his artworks.
Larry Yust and Urban Art are a perfect match. The artist’s background in filmmaking guides his technique, which results in photographs that document street art along with the greater context of its urban environment. We feel like we were standing right there when the shutter was pressed.
The work of Swiss artist Mauren Brodbeck goes beyond pure street art. She sees humanity in buildings. Her photographs are portraits of the city, where the rhythm and repetition of architecture intersect with the habits and rituals of the population.