The Argentinean artist works with a restricted palette. Focusing almost exclusively on the drawing technique, Hyuro lights up controversies through her symbolic pieces. The mural above has been spotted in Atlanta for the Living Walls Project and got people talking. Working with the metamorphosis of a women from nude to escaping wolf Hyuro’s work caught the neighbor’s attention. The mural is located close to a Church and a Mosque which created a new debate on censorship.
Spotted in Bencason, France for the Bien Urbain Festival
Hyuro story telling skills highlights the relationship between humans, contemporary society, animals and nature. She is a member of the graffiti writer community. Her hunting murals gets us thinking about humanity.
Do you think her work should be censured?
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