Stroke Munich 2011

Here are photos of the live installations from Stroke 2011. All in all it was heaps of fun – haven’t painted under such time weather and medium constrictions in front of an audience and it was great talking to visitors interested in my piece, or meeting some of today’s amazing young urban artists such as Paulina (or Pau) Quintajornet , Larovodemadera, Inti and Charquipunk, all from Valparaíso in Chile. I regretfully did not manage to photograph their installation, so I hope you visit their links to get an idea of how beautiful their work is. I was seriously blown away. Moof and I had a great time. I think we have to work together on a collaborated piece soooon…I got lots of large format paper in my studio. Here are moof’s and my installations:

© Norberto Soares 2011
moof's pièce de résistance
me at work, photo courtesy of © Norberto Soares
my fox maiden up close, © Hazel Ang 2011

daniel had to actually finish the top part of the painting for me…I was too short.

So proud of him
finished © Hazel Ang 2011

And here a few of the highlights:


5 thoughts on “Stroke Munich 2011

  1. Picture of Daniel finishing the top = ❤ That's so awesome!
    (Too bad Js is only a little bit taller than me–I sure could've used a taller man for the top of my
    thingie!) Yeah, it was a sweet weekend– and my sunburn has finally peeled away! We've got to collab soon….

  2. Sorry to comment bomb, but yeah, the piece that Paulina and her crew worked on really was incredible!!!! Also loved the piece behind me that the Brazilian guys were working on =)

  3. wow, looks amazing, ill be working on a collaborative mural soon, and im quite nervous, this post has really inspired me tho, thanks!!

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