30 Brazilian Street Artist you should know

30 most exciting Brazilian Street Artist RIGHT NOW  

We don’t want to say who is “best or better”, the numbers have no influence on the list. We “Street Art Brazil” just want to share this list of street artist you should know. We never believed that has the best in terms of art.

The criteria we used for choose these 30 street artists. Who is more active on the streets. Who is doing  more murals and street pieces not related to commercial works or brands.

We would like to promote those artists who are working like independent on the streets and not only on canvas, events, and commission walls. Of course other list criteria we used to choose these street artist is the style.  We selected street artist who have more unique style each are easier to be recognized among others.

The last reason is we didn’t choose any individual or label then as a “street artists” for those who are self proclaim to be Graffiti writers saying that what they do is Graffiti and not Street Art. Because there are a few names who are very active on the streets and have a respected name and style that we would make then to be included on our list.

So if your favorite “street artist” is not included on this list. Before you criticize this list make sure to know the difference between Graffiti  and  Street Art . Also if your favorite “street artist” is not just painting at vila madalena, doing commercial work, painting only for events, brands, indoor and commission walls .

This list is made it by people who really love street art and know what is really going on in the streets of Brazil.

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1. Rimon

1.Rimon

https://www.flickr.com/rimon

2. Zéh Palito

2.Zéh Palito

 https://www.flickr.com/zehpalito

3. Magrela

3.Magrela

http://www.magcrua.blogspot.com.br

4. Wes Gama

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https://www.facebook.com/wesgamabarroso?fref=ts

5. Treco

5.Treco

https://www.flickr.com/treco

6. Medo

6.Medo

https://www.flickr.com/cruzcredo

7. Paulo Ito

7.Paulo ito

https://www.flickr.com/pauloito

8. Enivo

8.Enivo

https://www.flickr.com/enivo 

9. Alex Senna

9. Alex Senna

https://www.flickr.com/alexsenna 

10. Nove

10.Nove

https://www.flickr.com/digitalorganico 

11. Daniel Melim

11. Daniel Melim

https://www.melim.art.br

12. Ethos

12. Ethos

http://www.claudioethos.com.br

13. Galo

13.Galo

http://www.galosurreal.com

14. Shn

14. Shn

https://www.shn.art.br

15. Rodrigo Branco

15.Rodrigo Branco

https://www.flickr.com/rodrigobranco

16. Thiago Alvim

16.Thiago Alvim

http://thiagoalvim.blogspot.com.br

17. Saci Loves You

17. Saci Loves You

http://sacilovesyounow.tumblr.com

18. B-47

18.B47

https://www.b-47.com.br

19. Feik

19.Feik

https://www.flickr.com/feik_ip 

20. Lelo

20.Lelo

https://www.leloart.com

 

21. Alto Contraste

21. Alto Contraste

https://www.flickr.com/altocontraste 

22. Mateus Bailon

22. Mateus Bailon

http://www.mateusbailon.blogspot.com.br

23. Fredone

23. Fredone

https://www.flickr.com/fredone-fone 

24. Dedablio

24. Dedablio

https://www.flickr.com/dedablione 

25. Sinhá

25. Sinhá

https://www.sinhacrua.tumblr.com

26. L7m

26. L7M

https://www.facebook.com/Streetart.L7m?fref=ts

27. Leiga

27. Leiga

https://www.sexysujo.com.br

28. Izolag

28. Izolag

https://www.izolagArmeidah.com

29. André Morbeck

29. André Morbeck

https://www.facebook.com/andremorbeck/timeline

30. Gustavo Ansia

30. Gustavo Ansia

https://www.flickr.com/72761301@N06

Graffiti and Street Art

Graffiti writing and Street Art are often confused with one another. Both are subversive art movements where work is displayed in public rather than a gallery setting. While graffiti writers place their work in public, generally speaking they are not so interested in the public understanding their work. Usually they want to speak to other graffiti writers. Street artists want everyone to view and be engaged by their work. They are trying to make a statement. Graffiti writing and street art are closely related contemporary art movements, however, they differ in terms of technique, function and intent.

The main difference between graffiti writing and street art is intention. Graffiti writers are not so interested in the general public understanding their artwork. They are primarily concerned with other graffiti writers who can decipher the coded tags and appreciate the style of letter, techniques and color pallet.

Graffiti has many rules, tips, materials types, a history and a style that is easily recognizable.  Street Art on the other hand not have rules and this history old as graffiti . Street artists are just mostly different their skills and history have evolved differently for different reasons, a brush or a computer might be there skilled trait. For Graffiti its almost always spray paint like 95%.

The strength of street art is its ability to captivate people as part of their day-to-day experience. With graffiti writing, the audience becomes part of something personal and subversive. Although similar artistic movements in terms of venue, street art and graffiti writing are each distinguished by technique, function and audience.

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