For the past 10 years, Julio Torquetti aka Buyu has been painting walls with his crew Keep It Real, as well as running Collors, a graffiti and tattoo shop in São Paulo.
His unique style consists of animated faces of children in different scenarios. Coupled with his creative style of lettering, they bring a lively dynamism to his pieces everywhere. Buyu has made two trips to India. First appearing for Mood Indigo 2015 and then Techfest 2016 at IIT Bombay where he worked on the epic piece - 'A Space Expedition'.
Shiro began painting graffiti in 1998 in Shizuoka, Japan. A truly international graffiti artist, she has exhibited works in Australia, China, Germany, India, Japan, The Netherlands, New Zealand and the USA. Shiro is also the designer and owner of the clothing brand ‘BJ46’.
Mimi, her iconic and robust female character is inspired by Hip Hop and Buddhist culture. Through her art, Shiro tries to make her cute alter ego immortal by presenting her in different places.
Thiago Furtado is originally from Florianópolis, a Brazilian island. He is known in the urban art scene as Valdi-Valdi and has been doing graffiti since 2006.
His fascination for the coastal culture and the costumes of the Portuguese and the Spanish matched perfectly with the values of street art. It was through his street works that his art acquired an identity.
His work has been showcased in New York, Barcelona, Milano, Mumbai, New Jersey, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and other cities across the globe.
Key Detail is a Belarusian artist who works with paintings, drawings and illustrations. He studied architecture in Minsk, Belarus and currently lives and works in New York, USA.
Key Detail has been painting on the streets of Minsk since the early 2000’s and has developed a unique style of bold curves and colours in his pieces. Today, he is one of the elite artists from Belarus and has showcased his work extensively in New York and some European countries like Germany, Austria and The Netherlands.