Street artist LUDO is bouncing about Asia at the moment and recently emailed over some images of his works in the streets of Bangkok… such a photogentic city.
Fun fact: Bangkok currently holds the Guinness record for having the longest name of a place. Apparently “Bangkok” is just the short version because the city’s ceremonial name is “Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Yuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit”
theyhave a fullrockopera about a man who dedicated his whole life to building a time machine so he could go back in time to say goodbye to his wife on the morning of her fatal car accident but everything goes wrong.
Hi everyone!! I’m so happy I finally got this done!! After months of work it’s actually complete!! I hope you like it!!
I know it’s long but I really do hope you listen and watch (???) it, I worked so hard and I would really appreciate it if you did! I apologize for the inconsistent style, my motivation was fluctuation a lot with this! But now that it’s done and I’m happy with my art style I’ll be working on my comic and may be opening commissions ((if anyone would be interested that is.))
Ludo is a French artist known for pasting up black and white images with neon green accents on the streets on Paris and worldwide. His imagery often shows mutilated insects, animals, plants or different life forms with added mechanical parts. Strongly influenced by the skateboarding logos and punk imagery from the ’90s, his works comment on the way humans interact and interfere with nature. His limited color palette is a nod to DIY punk culture with its lo-fi, self-published zines and records, and certainly adds a feeling of rawness to his work. Read more on Hi-Fructose.
Ludo is a very talented French muralist from Paris, France. He creates absolutely unique street arts which shows technology meets with nature to forms a new order of hybrid organisms and his artwork highlights in monochromatic-green dripping. Ludo street arts tells us about what things are surrounding us and what affect us when it merges to form hybrid objects.