“Rather than my work, it is my lifestyle”
An abandoned factory, a wheat silo or a nuclear reactor in Chernobyl are just some of the places where Guido van Helten has painted his large-scale murals.
Using only one colour and with a great deal of dedication, the Australian artist Guido van Helte, is capable of imprinting life on stone walls, giving them faces, hands and clothes. This urban artist has specialised in painting large-scale murals, and he has reinvented walls all around the world: from the damned walls of Chernobyl to a winery in Rioja. His photographic attention….. Read More : passenger6a