KIEV, UKRAINE STREET ART: “REVIVAL/RENAISSANCE” by SETH GLOBEPAINTER & ALEKSEY KISLOW

Internationally renowned French street artist Seth Globepainter, teamed up with one of Ukraine’s street art superstars Aleksey Kislow, to create a beautiful piece in the old Podil district in Kiev.

(From http://www.complex.com:)

The piece Renaissance, depicts a young, fierce-looking girl as the protector of a city. In her hand is a little boy, who is looking off into the distance. The girl wears traditional Ukrainian flowers in her hair and dons the same military jacket that the protesters in Ukraine’s Independence Square wore. No doubt a symbol of Ukraine, the girl and boy in the mural represent Seth Globepainter and Kislow’s belief of a better tomorrow.

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31jan15. Kiev, Ukraine.

5 thoughts on “KIEV, UKRAINE STREET ART: “REVIVAL/RENAISSANCE” by SETH GLOBEPAINTER & ALEKSEY KISLOW

  1. Hi Jacqueline,

    I am a student from the University of Victoria currently working on a research project looking at the impact of the Maidan Revolution on Ukraine, and I would like to ask permission to use one of your images of this beautiful mural as an example of the manifestation of the revolution in street art.

    Thank you,
    Emma

  2. Hi Jacqueline! I am a fashion designer from India! I would like to use your images for my moodboard/inspiration for a new collection at my Label Wyshkaa. Do let me know if thats alright 🙂

    Thank you,
    Akshaya R

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