Nuart Aberdeen street art festival / 12-15 April 2018
The line-up for Nuart Aberdeen street art festival has been unveiled, and what a line up it is! The walls of Aberdeen will be soon covered in new street art masterpieces.
After the success of the first Nuart Festival in 2017, this great urban art event in Scotland returns in April. Artists from Portugal, Argentina, Norway, Lithuania and the UK are among those taking in the festival from the 12th to the 15th April 2018.
This year the theme is ‘A Revolution of the Ordinary’.
Street artists including Bordalo II, Bortusk Leer, Ernest Zacharevic, Hyuro, Milu Correch, Phlegm, Snik, Nimi, RH74 and Dr. D have been confirmed, after The Glöbel Brothers, Elki and Carrie Reichardt were announced in February.
We are all eagerly awaiting this exciting event. Stay tuned for more information and news about Nuart Aberdeen…coming soon.
For more informations visit Nuart Aberdeen website
Nuart Aberdeen Line Up
Bortusk Leer is a Slovenian artist, best known for his joyful monsters on the streets of London and Amsterdam.
Ernest Zacharevic website
Ernest “ZACH” Zacharevic is a Lithuanian-born artist combining fine art techniques with a passion for creating art outdoors.
Bordalo II website
Bordalo II is very famous street artist from Portugal, renown for his monumental 3D artworks made from recycled waste.
Hyuro is an Argentinian-born,based in Valencia, Spain.
Milu Correch website
Milu Correch is a very famous female artist from Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Phlegm is a British, Sheffield-based, muralist and artist who first developed his illustrations in self-published comics.
SNIK are an artist duo based in the United Kingdom and with over a decade’s experience painting walls inside and out.
Nimi & RH74
Nimi and RH74 are a Norwegian street art duo who have worked together on several Nuart projects to date.
Bergen-based, South African born artist Nimi grew up in England and has been an integral part of the Norwegian street art scene for over two decades.
The Glöbel Brothers
The Glöbel Brothers, otherwise known as Ciaran Glöbel and Conzo Throb, are a Glasgow-based duo whose public artworks revive the long and venerable tradition of sign painting.
Carrie Reichardt website
Carrie Reichardt is a contemporary artist, who works from a mosaic-covered studio in London
All photos by courtesy of the artists