Large-scale and bright street art by Polish artist Natalia RakPictolic
Natalia Rak is a young and charming artist from Poland. Her street art works absorbed Natalia's bright nature and became an ornament of many cities not only in the artist's homeland, but also abroad.
Natalia became interested in painting at an early age. After high school, she entered the University of Fine Arts in Lodz, where she learned to work with various techniques and materials. And only in 2009 she was really captured by the street art movement, Natalia began to take part in various group exhibitions, as well as go to festivals in other countries.
Natalia's works immediately attracted attention, and not only because there are not so many women artists who are engaged in large-scale painting in her homeland, in Poland. Her futuristic works are very colorful and expressive, they are full of metaphors and create a mood of mystery.
By the way, Natalia visited Moscow, where she also left her "trace"in the form of a cupid at 2 Fadeev Street.
The scale of Natalia's works is amazing — large and bright paintings occupy entire walls of high-rise buildings, but her street art style is even more amazing: juicy, rich colors fascinate the viewer, and beautiful images look so mysterious that you want to look at them again and again.