Street Art on Kyiv Subway Trains

09.09.16
Street Art on Kyiv Subway Trains

Photo: ArtUnitedUs Facebook Page
Art United Us is an international art project bringing the urban beauty of street art to Kyiv. This project stands behind two Kyiv subway trains turned into moving pieces of graffiti art.

Spanish street-artist Okuda is the creator of the most recent graffiti on a subway train that operates the red line of Kiev subway. Now locals and Kyiv guests can easily enjoy the work of world famous street artist who created similar bright and spectacular works in numerous cities around the globe.
Read: Murals on the streets of Kiev

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Photo: ArtUnitedUs Facebook page
Okuda’s work can be classified as pop surrealism with a clear essence of street art or urban art. His artwork is composed of geometric prints and multicolored whimsical architectures that help blend with grey bodies and organic forms.
Okuda concludes that his major accomplishments include freedom to travel around the world creating his best works of art alone, work, and sharing experiences with other artists from different cultures.

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Photo: ArtUnitedUs Facebook page
His works can be seen in streets and galleries around the world: India, Mali, Mozambique, United States, Japan, Chile, Brazil, Peru, South Africa, Mexico and the European continent among others.

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Photo: ArtUnitedUs Facebook page
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Kiev Metropoliten trains are becoming more and more bright and colorful. Although many consider the spray-painted pieces a nuisance, graffiti has been gaining recognition from the art world more and more as a legitimate form of art and Kyiv is not lagging behind on a contemporary street art scene. World famous street artists come to the capital of Ukraine in order to create the distinctive urban art interface of Kiev.

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