While we last heard from him in Las Vegas a few days ago, Pixel Pancho flew straight to lovely sicily for the FestiWall Street Art Festival.Painting on the streets of Ragusa, the Turin-based muralist brought to life some of his magic imagery with this robotic themed image showing a couple of famers and their oranges.
Pixel Pancho and his unique robots were also in Downtown Las Vegas for the Life Is Beautiful Festival which took place last week-end.Invited by JUSTKIDS, the globe-trotting Italian muralist was given the opportunity to create a large-scale piece which is now sporting some of his signature robot-inspired imagery.Reconvene after the jump for more detailed images and
StreetArtNews is in sunny Las Vegas for the upcoming Life Is Beautiful Festival to cover the Art pillar curated by JustKids.Our buddy, the Italian street artist Pixel Pancho is the first to start his piece in Downtown Las Vegas which should be completed by tomorrow. As usual, Pixel is going big with some of his
Pixel Pancho is now in North America where he just started his US tour in New York City and the trendy district of Brooklyn.After several days of work riding his cherry picker in the sky of Bushwick, the popular Italian street artist created this signature artwork showing a beautiful lady robot wearing a dress made
Pixel Pancho is currently in Ravenna, Italy where he was invited to paint a preview for the upcoming 2015’s edition of the Subsidenze Street Art Festival.The Turin-based muralist created a large-scale mural entitled “The Last Kiss” of which we released a screenprinted edition a few months ago. The piece shows a lovely robotic couple kissing
Our friend Pixel Pancho recently stopped by the city of Arce in Italy where he was invited to work his magic on the side of a building.In town for Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival 2015, the Italian muralist brought to life this sensual artwork which is mixing, robotics, flowers and the representation of a woman.Continue
After a beautiful mural in North Africa, Pixel Pancho flew straight to North America where he was invited to paint a large building.Working on the streets of Jersey City, the Italian muralist brought to life this superb artwork which is featuring some of his signature robotic imagery combined with a brownish background pattern and flowers.
Tellas “Under The City”
Edition of 35 – 2016