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For the first time in their careers’ Shepard Fairey, Felipe Pantone, Tristan Eaton, Ben Eine, PichiAvo, Okuda San Miguel, Pokras Lampas, Faith47, WK Interact, Faust, Haculla were challenged to create on the façade of the same building. Over the course of 4 months, the walls of Moscow’s Atrium Mall were transformed into a sprawling canvas of unbridled artistic expression.

The Artrium project was born a year ago. The brain child of team Atrium and team Gumball 3000, it brought together 11 renowned names from the global street art scene. Artists challenged to create on the façade of the same building.

Over the course of 4 months, the walls of Moscow’s Atrium Mall were transformed into a sprawling canvas of unbridled artistic expression. As a result, the location has now become Moscow’s primary street art destination, drawing thousands of spectators and art lovers on a daily basis.

Artrium’s mission is to acquaint the public with current street art from around the world and to inspire a creative environment for new cultural exploits.

Project Artrium line up

Shepard Fairey aka Obey Giant, USA “Art is the hammer”

One of the most influential and talented street artists of the planet, the author of

graffiti Obey and Hope. His Moscow work is inspired by the famous Brecht slogan: “Art is

not a mirror reflecting reality, but a hammer that forges it.”

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Felipe Pantone, SPAIN “Data Fall chromo dynamics”

An artist whose works are easily recognizable by “fragmented” geometric compositions

with bright colour accents. In addition to painting on the facade, Pantone created his first

public art object — a 24-meter installation “Data Fountain” located in the central hall of

the Atrium.

More About Pantone: Website

Pantone - Artrium in Moscow ; amazing and colourful building painted by the spanish street artist
Pantone – Artrium in Moscow

Tristan Eaton, USA “Tower”

Renown for his unique aesthetic that blends elements of Pop culture, Eaton has been a

favourite of New York’s MoMA curators for a while. He has completed two large scale

works at Artrium. The first, is a massive portrait of a futuristic space man, the second, a

sprawling spire that showcases a woman’s portrait, fused with classical Russian cultural

elements.

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WK Interact, France “4 Peace”

A New York based, French artist who adheres to the status of incognito and does not

advertise his real name. One of his most famous works — Brave — is dedicated to the

10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11 in the United States. As part of

Artrium, WK Interact created the mural of 4 PEACE.

More About WK Interact: Website

work in progress. WK Interact artwork in Moscow Russia
WK Interact artwork in Moscow

HACULLA, USA “Untitled”

Professional skater and fashion designer, Haculla, the most traditional and most brutal

street art artist in the Artrium collection. His style of “keep going till they catch you” is

literally imbued with the spirit of the streets of New York, and the work is performed

according to the classical laws of the genre. Today, his creations and paintings are sold in

the most elite areas of world megacities, and you can see his painting in Moscow on the

exit of the underground parking lot of Atrium.

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POKRAS LAMPAS, RUSSIA “Maze of the Atrium”

Calligrafuturist and the only Russian participant in the project, Pokras Lampas created

a piece titled “Maze of the Atrium” located at the main entrance to the building. .

According to the author’s artistic plan, this part of the building is presented as a

rhythmic architectural form, resembling a labyrinth, in the very heart of this microcosm,

people from all over the world meet with various cultural codes and stories. The painting

hides the keywords that unite us all: ĤØᑭΣ / Ł0ƲΣ / ÇᖇΞА卞Σ ‘Hope, Love, Create’.

More About Pokras Lampas: WebsiteFacebook

Pokras Lampas in Moscow , work in progress on huge mural of russian capital city
Pokras Lampas in Moscow

PICHIAVO, SPAIN “Faith, Hope and Love”

The Spanish duo of street artists are the authors of the work “Faith. Hope. Love”. The images

of the god Eros, the god of love, and his muses of beauty and art seem to remind us that

there is no beauty without love in the eyes of those who contemplate it.

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BEN EINE “Moscow Moscow the Greater God”

Besides the fact that Ben Eine has worked side by side with Banksy for over 10 years, he

is one of the most successful street artists, a pioneer in the study of letter forms. His

bright typographic style is designed to show that street art is different from graffiti. He

believes that “street artists want to add something to the environment. They have regard

for their viewers.”. For Artrium,Ben created two walls, one spells : “Moscow Moscow”,

the second : “The Greater Good.”

More About Ben Eine: WebsiteInstagram

ben eine in front of his mural in moscow
Ben Eine in Moscow

OKUDA, SPAIN “Free Love”

Okuda is one of the most prolific public art artists of our time, known for his unique

polygonal technique in the form of multi-coloured geometric shapes and patterns. His

work can be found around the world and not only on walls. Okuda works a lot with

entire buildings and interiors, complementing the painting with his own sculptures. One

of his most large-scale and famous works is the abandoned Spanish church named the

Temple of Chaos, which has become a new icon of modern art. For Artrium Okuda

created a massive corner piece entitled: “Free Love”.

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FAITH47, South Africa “Within me you awoke the long forgotten”

The world-famous artist, originally from South Africa, currently lives and works in Los

Angeles. In her work, she is trying to disarm the strategies of global politics, protecting

everyone’s right to personal freedom. Faith47 works with various forms and tasks,

including projection mapping, video installations, printing, and drawings.

More About Sheppard Fairey: WebsiteFacebookInstagram

faith47 work in progress for artrium project in moscow
Faith47 in Moscow

FAUST, USA “Keep your world”

Faust is an innovative and influential graffiti artist from New York. He became

recognizable by integrating classic design elements into modern urban aesthetics,

challenging how most people see and perceive graffiti.

For Artrium, Faust created his first work in Russian, it reads: Держи Слово, “Keep Your

Word.”

More About Faust: WebsiteInstagram

Artrium Photo Gallery

artrium moscow, artwork by pichi avo, sheppard fairey  moscow
Pichi and Avo and Sheppard Fairey in Moscow
Artrium, The largest artwork in the centre of Moscow 1
Shepard Fairey in Moscow
artwork by tristan eaton for artrium in moscow russia
Tristan Eaton in Moscow
biggest street art mural in moscow. project artrium
Artrium project in Moscow
amazing and colourful artwork by okuda for artrium project in moscow
Okuda in Moscow
amazing mural artwork by spanish street artist duo Pichi and Avo
PichiAvo in Moscow

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By: Street art and graffiti magazine