Last fall, the city of Lodz in Poland hosted the project "Galeria Urban Forms" by inviting artists to paint six big walls. Pictures and video inside.
The "Galeria Urban Forms" project held last September in Lodz in Poland gathered Aryz, Remed, Kenor, SatOne, M-City, the Etam crew, Sepe and Chazme for the realization of six giant walls. A great team for this project which the idea is to create an open-air art gallery representative of the current street art scene. Organized by the city and Michael Biezynski, the goal of this project is also to make the population benefit of it.
No theme has been given to artists, it was really question to give free rein to their imagination and show the diversity of their artistic creativity. The project was conducted over several stages, the first one was the six giant walls that you can see in the video below.
This project claims to open the street art and graffiti culture to a wider audience, not just insiders or amateurs. The organizers want to introduce the movement in a social and artistic dimension, through serious and legitimate ways.
Here's the video and pictures of six walls made, you can also follow the project on the site Galeria Urban Forms.