Wild Drawing’s Cerebral, Multi-Surface Murals

by Andy SmithPosted on

Greece-based artist Wild Drawing has a knack for creating absorbing, off-kilter murals on multiple surfaces. He also tends to use otherwise nondescript elements of structures and recontextualizes them, matching hues and creating depth otherwise not present on his enormous canvases. The artist often implements cerebral themes, offering universal, approachable work on walls across the world.

A biography some insight on WD’s background: “WD (Wild Draw­ing) was born and raised on Bali, Indone­sia, and has degrees in Fine Arts and in Applied Arts,” his site states. “He started off as street artist in 2000 and from that time he spends most of his time to work in the streets, even though he never stopped work­ing in his stu­dio. Cur­rently he lives and works in Athens, Greece.”

See more of WD’s recent work below.


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