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Splash and Burn Presents REWILD from Street Artist ESCIF, Indonesia 2019

...Splash and Burn, Sumatra 2019. Photo Credit Ernest Zacharevic ESCIF, ‘RHINO’ Splash and Burn, Sumatra 2019. Photo Credit Ernest Zacharevic ESCIF, ‘Scorpion’ Splash and Burn, Sumatra 2019. Photo Credit Ernest...

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Street artist VHILS Joins the Splash and Burn Project, 2018

...now is act on the dark side of globalisation, which is really the reason we are here doing Splash and Burn.” Vhils Vhils, Splash & Burn 2018. Photo Credit Nicholas...

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Splash and Burn : An Activist Art Campaign, Sumatra 2017

...Credit Strøk Bibichun, Splash and Burn, Sumatra. Photo Credit Hype Media Bibichun, Splash and Burn, Sumatra. Photo Credit Hype Media Gabriel Pitcher, Splash and Burn, Sumatra. Photo Credit Ernest Gabriel...

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Street Art with More Impact, Recap of 2019

...a connection through art. Photo Credit aptART AUGUST REWILD was the latest campaign from creative initiative Splash and Burn, and Spanish artist ESCIF. Splash and Burn use Art as an alternative platform projecting critical...

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Street Art with More Impact, Recap of 2017

...for the mountain. MAY May saw the release of Splash and Burn’, an environmental campaign addressing the impact of the Palm oil industry through Art, curated by Ernest Zacharevic and...

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Ernest Zacharevic is Sending out a SOS, Sumatra’s Oil Palm Plantation 2018

...early 2017 Ernest Zacharevic curated a series of unique art projects in and around Sumatra as part of Splash and Burn​, an art initiative run with Sumatran Orangutan Society SOS...

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VukovART Street Art Festival, Croatia 2021

...Woodland from Germany, Victor Splash from Russia, Artez from Serbia, Kerim Mušanović from Bosnia, Herzegovina from Croatia and Marion Ruthardt from Germany! Jana Brike from Latvia painted a big blue...

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Get ready for NUART Festival 2018! Stavanger, Norway

...We had to smoke out, spray, burn, weed, find every possible way of treating rebellious nature, so disastrously inventive.” Artists invited to grow wild this year include; AFK (NO), Alice...

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