This dynamic piece of art, recreates the colours and density of the jungle.
The entrance depicts a Gorilla in his habitat, behind the swamp and species more green that lead us to the view of birds and fierce energy depicted by high contrast of colours. The spray can application can be appreciated in its’ details, that expose the experience of the artists and the passion of this collaboration between Shalak & Smoky.
- Title: Selva (Jungle)
- Address: 1608 Dundas St W
- Artists: Clandestinos Crew
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Clandestinos is Toronto-based crew Consisting of husband and wife team Shalak Attack (Elisa Monreal) and Bruno Smoky (Bruno Revitte).
Smoky got his start as a graffiti artist in 2004, painting walls in the Brasilândia district of São Paulo. Shalak is a Canadian-Chilean visual artist who graduated Concordia University with a BFA in Studio Arts and studied Fine Arts for a year at the Universidad Autónoma Benito Juarez de Oaxaca, Mexico.
Both have worked with various youth groups and NGOs to engage at-risk youth in the arts. Clandestinos has taken part in mural festivals in Sweden, Chile, Germany, Manitoba and ArtBasel in Miami.
This artwork is proudly hosted by The Baby G, 1608 Dundas St West.
Hosts ensure a long life to the artworks by acting as their custodians. If you would like to know more about the Dundas West Open Air Museum hosts program then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.