Brazilian collective Bicicleta Sem Freio recently stopped by here in Turin, Italy where they spent a few days working with us on “Providence”, their new limited edition hand-pulled screen-print for Mission To Art. This lovely edition was produced as part of the “JustKids EuroTour” organized by JustKids. The tour took the Brazilian artists across Europe to produce murals in Italy, UK and Germany.
“Providence” is an edition of 35, it measures 50 x 70cm, 8 layer hand pulled screen print on Hahnemuhle 350gsm paper. The print comes signed and numbered by Bicicleta Sem Freio. The print will be exclusively available in Streetartnews store on Thursday October 16th at 6PM BST for £120 each.
As you probably have seen on Instagram we started the street art residency with Bicicleta sem Freio, the brazilian collective that are featuring their bold colors and tropical vibes in every piece.
“Art, design and rock ’n’ roll. It might sound as a cliché but this is the simplest, most honest and coherent way of trying to explain this power trio of illustrators that answers to the name _Bicicleta sem Freio_ (Bicycle Without Brakes in English).”
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