The feeder.ro online gallery expands its graffiti art collection with the 4th new canvas painted by Aeul. The series consists of four characteristic pigs made by Aeul, inhabiting different contexts. You are invited to read and discover more about the canvases titled “The Crying Pig“, “Street merchandise“, & “Time“.
The canvas is titled “Time & Space” (Timpul și spațiul) and depicts the author’s vision of a remote future. After invading the whole world, Aeul‘s pig started travelling into distant galaxies, searching for other creatures. The thunderbolts could suggest that this pig can travel close to the speed of light. With a skilled hand and a vast imagination, Aeul can compress a fascinating story on the canvas’ surface using only a few colours and brush strokes. His lovely character engages the viewer in an interior dialogue whispering utterances on time and space.
Aeul – Time & Space (Timpul și spațiul), spray paint on canvas, 50 x 50 cm – shop here
Aeul – Time (Timpul), spray paint on canvas, 50 x 50 cm – shop here
Aeul – Street merchandise (Marfă de stradă), spray paint on canvas, 50 x 50 cm – shop here
Aeul – The Crying Pig (Porcul care plânge), spray on a found canvas, 50 x 50 cm – sold
In our online shop/gallery, you can discover more original works by Aeul:
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) – SOLD
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
You can find a selection 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)