Street merchandise, a new canvas painted by AEUL

2021 Aeul - Marfă de stradă

Despite these challenging times, that we are all experiencing for almost a year, we have good news for you. After invading the streets of Bucharest, the omnipresent creature made by Aeul overran the shop/gallery. Two of his artworks found their homes in the current month, and now a new canvas is available.

Aeul is a remarkable graffiti writer who doesn’t follow a conventional path or trend, as he creates his own distinct universe. He can easily combine brush painting techniques with his spray painting skills, developed in more than a decade of graffiti. Moreover, he lets his imagination run rampantly free, and the results are magnificent. You are invited to discover a new canvas made by Aeul that depicts his well-known character painted in white, in contrast with a chaotically tagged background, a nod to the walls bustling with tags you can find on the streets of Bucharest.

The artwork, titled Street merchandise (Marfă de stradă), is a mixed media painting, created by Aeul using spray paint and acrylics on a 50 x 50 cm cotton canvas – shop here 🎁

In our online shop/gallery you can discover:
The Pianist at the End of the World (Pianistul din capătul lumii) by AEUL (painting, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30 cm) – SOLD
The Painter’s Night (Noaptea Zugravului) by AEUL (painting, acrylic on canvas, 30 x 30 cm) – SHOP HERE
The Tear of the Wish (Lacrima Dorinței) by AEUL (painting, mixed medium on canvas, 50 x 40 cm) – SHOP HERE
Evolution of states painted during feeder sound live by AEUL (painting, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 150 cm) – PRICE ON REQUEST
The Crying Pig (Porcul care plânge) by AEUL (spray on a found canvas, 50 x 50 cm) – SOLD

You can find some of the piggy-dogs by exploring the Un-hidden Romania map and also enjoy them as published in the Un-hidden Street Art in Romania Book, which can greatly help you to discover independent art in public spaces and guide you around!

Words & photos by Cristina Popa (random / nwt) & Andrei Racovițan (ubic)

1 thought on “Street merchandise, a new canvas painted by AEUL”

  1. Pingback: Discover 4 new graffiti art paintings on canvas by AEUL •

Leave a reply (we review all comments)