ROA for Wide Open Walls in Gambia

Wide Open Walls is an Art Safari project that began in October of 2010 that involved 1000 cans of paint and 8 artists working over a two week span in a small village in Gambia. These are a few of the works created by global graffiti artist ROA, who hails originally from Ghent, Belgium. I’m a huge fan of his illustrative style.

To read more about Wide Open Walls and their current projects, visit their blog.

To see more photos of ROA’s work check out his flickr gallery, or peruse his stuff on unurth.com.

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2 comments
    • Agreed – I want to post more on this story eventually and showcase a few more artists. What they’ve accomplished is nothing short of incredible.

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