In Australia, this young street artist has embarked on the realization of murals and stylized frescoes! After graduating with a bachelor's degree in illustration in 2014, Kitt keeps on creating new productions: walls, or on the ground, his works are remarkable!
of the parkings the skateparks, the artist Kitt Bennett paints gigantic illustrations on an unconventional surface: floor ! The street art really makes sense here, literally. Much more appreciated by being observed from above, these paintings represent people, objects, even skeletons who wriggle in their tight space, as if they were fallen from the sky. Pure poetry, illustrated in an original way that breaks the codes; nothing better to give a coup de frais to street art!
Based in Melbourne, Kitt uses large paint cans and put on rollerblades to cover the large areas that he has to repaint. He then adds the shading, then passes another clearer layer over the places that need to be highlighted, and finally, add some fine contours and the shadow of the character, with the ultimate goal of creating this illusion of depth.
On his website, the artist explains that his work is "often motivated by a concept, which must explore the subjects of individuality, the existence and the mysterious phenomena that surround us all": all thisinspired create.
To see even more of his paintings on the ground, but also his other creations on more traditional surfaces, do not hesitate to follow him on his Instagramwhere there is more than 36 000 followers. And if you want even more creative murals at street corners, go for a ride on our goods on tributes to comics in Brussels, or 3D illusions on the walls.
Imagined by: Kitt Bennett