The Krah & Milo Tchais Hit London

April 19th, 2010 | By | No Comments »

Here’s a look at the latest street art collaboration from London’s own The Krah and Brazilian artist Milo Tchais.

The Krah first started painting the streets and the subway trains of Athens in 1997, but his graffiti and street-art can also be seen in the streets all over Europe and places such as Tokyo and Bangkok. Since then The Krah has also exhibited in galleries both in London and internationally, as well as holding many group shows alongside artists such as Os Gêmeos, D-face, Sickboy and Swoon, which may explain a thing or two about his latest collaboration.

The piece which can be seen sprawled across the front of London’s Red Gallery (same building as the iconic Foundry) also shares it home with a number of other prolific street art masterpieces.  Artists such as Part2ism (seen below) and Roa are all known to have left their marks there.

Part2ism

Photos courtesy of Unusualimage and The Krah

Via Juxtapoz


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