WEDNESDAY WALL OF FAME!
Today we introduce you to Feoflip from the Canary Islands.
Beforehand a skaterboy always carrying around a spraycan in his backpack. From 2001 onwards the night and the clandestine interventions become the modus operandi for his alter ego. Embedded in a style influenced by science fiction, comics and “surrealismo”, each piece builds on itself and becomes a bottled message which will stop in whose imagination drifts have time to stop and contemplate.
In August 2015 he passed Lisbon, along with Dasoda (and left some wonderful pieces behind. From graffitispray to paste-up to … he creates allegories, featuring emotions and nonsense that reflect a dehumanized society because of technological change, a kind of social criticism.
Feoflip says his, “creatures still mutate and carry a strong message that is only visible for those who attempt to understand the piece”. As former part of the Basura Visual Collective (means: visual trash) he became more and more aware of his surroundings and recycle art is one way to explore art in public space.