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Huariu, tribal street art in black and white

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Claudia Fuggetti
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al 8

Portuguese street artist Huariu, born in 1992 has been active in the street scene since 2014. His passion began at the age of eight, when he discovered the world of graffiti, then he began to reproduce faces taken from photographs to reinterpret them with his style.

His attraction to other cultures has brought him closer to figures apparently very far from him: aborigines, Arabs, Hindus, Buddhists, and Africans, have become the main source of inspiration for his works. Huariu is the kind of artist who does not try to give a particular meaning to his works, on the contrary, he believes that they should be “read with the heart”.

Diversity is celebrated and valued, for street art that uses black and white to highlight the equality between the ethnic group.

Follow Huariu on his Instagram profile, which you find here.

Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
Huariu, street art tribale in bianco e nero | Collater.al
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