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Greek visual artist Christos Tzaferos, also known as Simek and part of the duo Blaqk, just sent a few images of his latest work for the Black Circle Festival, an annual street art/post-graffiti festival that each year hits the new location, mostly desolated and abandoned places.
The following pieces were painted in collaboration with Seikon (image above) and Szyman (last image below) and it follow Simek’s characteristic geometric abstract style that incorporates the surrounding architecture to his pieces.
I am just loving this first piece with Seikon, specially the little detail in the right upper corner, a detail that resembles the context of the piece itself and works as a comment to its own existence.

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Simek and Seikon. Black Circle Festival 2016, Ukraine. Detail.

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Simek and Seikon. Black Circle Festival 2016, Ukraine. Detail.

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Simek and Szyman. Black Circle Festival 2016, Ukraine.

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Simek. Black Circle Festival 2016, Ukraine.

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Simek. Black Circle Festival 2016, Ukraine.

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Simek. Black Circle Festival 2016, Ukraine.

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Simek. Black Circle Festival 2016, Ukraine.

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Simek. Black Circle Festival 2016, Ukraine.

Author: Fran

Founder and editor of Urbanite. Street Art lover who after the finishing her MA thesis on the muralist movement in the 1920-50s, developed a fascination for street art and graffiti that eventually led to collaborations with different art blogs, including the creation of this one.