Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Wild Drawing

WD, aka Wild Drawing, was born in Bali, Indonesia and has degrees in Fine Arts and in Applied Arts.

He started off as street artist in 2000 and from that time he spends most of his time to work in the streets, even though he never stopped working in his studio.

In the beginning his work involved a full range of the so called street art from paste ups and stencils to installations and freehand murals.

For about  ten years he has been focused on mural projects and as a medium he combines roller technique with spray paint.

He always tries to interact with the spot where he is working, by utilizing various elements that existing around, so to create harmony between the work and the place.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

His style consists of highly detailed photo realistic technique, influenced by comics and graphic novels. Social phenomena, life style, art or nature often inspire him.

 

More of Wild Drawing can be found at http://wdstreetart.com/

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5 thoughts on “Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Wild Drawing

  1. Brilliant examples of street art! I especially like the corner owl (identified on his website as “Knowl­edge speaks — Wis­dom lis­tens, Athens Greece 2016”).

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