Zagreb gets first street art studio

The first studio of street art was opened in Zagreb on Monday, and it will be an open-door atelier for independent and innovative arts.

The street art studio, called "Lapo Lapo", is located in the main Ilica Street and it will include well-known street artists such as Miroslav Petkovic and Boris Bare.

Petkovic is a graffiti art pioneer from Zagreb, while Bare is a member of the "Pimp My Pump" group which has become famous for painting and embellishing old street water pumps.

The studio will promote the work of artists from Croatia and the region including Lonac, Stipan Tadic, Lunar, Kolektiv R2D2, Djuvedj, 2Fast, Nikola Zorotovic and Marko Zubak.

Last update: Mon, 21/12/2015 - 23:58

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