ROA |Muralist Street artist

ROA usually uses a minimal color pallet, such as black, white, but also creates works using vibrant colours depicting flesh and/or internal systems within the animals and birds.

ROA In 2010 came to particular notice in the UK when Hackney council threatened to paint over one of his paintings, a 3.5m high rabbit. The rabbit had been legally painted on the wall of The Premises Studios in Hackney Road, London.[1] A campaign was launched to keep the mural, by the building’s owners and local residents, forcing the council to change its mind.[4]

While exhibiting works at Perth‘s Form Gallery, ROA was commissioned by the City of Fremantle to leave his mark on Fremantle, in about 12 hours ROA created a 25-metre (82 ft) mural of a Numbat which he chose because it is a local endangered species.[5]

In 2011, ROA participated in the Cologne CityLeaks Festival and painted a mural in Ehrenfeld at Senefelderstrasse 5[6]

In August 2012 ROA took part in the See No Evil street art festival in Bristol, England, creating a two-storey high fox on the side of a building.[7]

In January 2014 ROA visited Dunedin in New Zealand and painted a tuatara mural on a building on Bath Street.[8]

ROA is a street artist from Gent, Belgium renowned for his giant paintings of black and white animals.

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ZARAGOZA 5°ASALTO MURAL PAINTING FESTIVAL

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ZARAGOZA  5°ASALTO - MURAL PAINTING FESTIVAL 

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