Around the world with Pixel Pancho, Sten Lex and more…

In April and May a lot of art has been going up around the world thanks to some of our favorite Italian street artists.

 

Pixel Pancho

Pixel Pancho in Puerto Rico | Image courtesy Pixel Pancho on Behance

Pixel Pancho in Puerto Rico | Image courtesy Pixel Pancho on Behance

 

Hailing from Turin, Italian street artist Pixel Pancho has brought his massive robots, inspired by 1950s sci-fi and Japanese anime, to the Americas.  First, he visited San Juan Puerto Rico for the Santurce Es Ley festival.  Then, it was off to the Museo del Chopo in Mexico City where, as part of the Concreto exhibition put on by Street Active Lifestyle Magazine, he created both a sculpture and a mural.

 

Pixel Pancho in Mexico City | Image courtesy Pixel Pancho on Behance

Pixel Pancho in Mexico City | Image courtesy Pixel Pancho on Behance

 

Detail of Pixel Pancho in Mexico City | Image courtesy Pixel Pancho on Behance

Detail of Pixel Pancho in Mexico City | Image courtesy Pixel Pancho on Behance

 

Pixel Pancho in Mexico City | Image courtesy Pixel Pancho on Behance

Pixel Pancho in Mexico City | Image courtesy Pixel Pancho on Behance

 

Sten & Lex and Ciredz

Italian street artist duo Sten & Lex created one of their signature pencil stencil portraits for the Katowice Street Art Festival in Poland.  Italian artist Ciredz was also there and contributed a standout minimal greyscale piece.

 

Sten & Lex in Poland | Image via Sten Lex Facebook Page

Sten & Lex in Poland | Image via Sten Lex Facebook Page

 

Ciredz

Ciredz in Poland

 

Jaz and Moneyless

Raised in Tuscany, Moneyless aka Teo Pirisi is known for his geometric sculptural interventions and pared-down black and white walls. He teamed up with Argentinian artist Jaz in Berlin for a piece that combines their two distinct styles.

 

Jaz and Moneless in Berlin | Image via Streetart News

Jaz and Moneless in Berlin | Image via Streetart News

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