There are numerous paintings by Bulgarian street artist Dimitar Mekhandziiski (aka Stern) in Plovdiv Bulgaria. Here are some of the ones that I saw in April 2017.
below: A dragon hand puppet on the end of a blue arm and another man in a red hoodie, looking down on the stage as a man walks past.
below: The making of a wooden puppet?
below: The crocodile (alligator?) has a blue glass heart between its jaws. Be careful! Is that a grenade inside the crystal?
below: Empty chairs and a table in front of a mural… a pink creature beside another ugly creature with green skin, beady eyes, and a very long tongue. Inside the window next door is the face of a strangely beautiful character with long hair, pink eyes, and blue skin. In its hand (with watch on its wrist) is a flaming torch.
below: Riding the dragon (crocodile?) and wearing a mask.
below: In contrast to his other work, this frog and these mushrooms look much more realistic.
There are two very large murals in Paris by South American street artist INTI. INTI was born in Valparaíso, Chile and he takes his name from the Quechua word for ‘the Sun’.
The first mural is a tall one on the side of an apartment building on Avenue L’Italie near Rue Du Tage in the 13th arrd. Its title is “Our Utopia is Their Future”.
The second INTI mural is also in the 13th arrd. This time it is a very large horizontal mural on a fence. It’s also difficult to take a picture of the whole thing! It seems to be a doll dressed in a patchwork of colours and patterns filled with symbols. His knees are wooden masks and he has two gold charms attached to his belt.