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A few weeks ago, we gave readers a small taste of the many, enormous murals that went up at We AArt Festival in Aalborg, Denmark (see our coverage of Aryz, Escif and Kenor’s walls here). The festival was envisioned as a way to bring more public art to the mid-sized city and featured international artists with a penchant for large-scale work that Hi-Fructose readers will recognize. Interesni Kazki, a duo from Ukraine known for their storybook-like murals, split up and tackled two separate walls. Puerto Rican artist Alexis Diaz typically draws inspiration from the natural world for his depictions of hybridized creatures. His piece for We AArt depicts a skeletal horse encased in an armor of tree branches with an ink-like technique atypical of outdoor work. Other artists included Jaz, Liqen, Don John and Fintan Magee. Check out photos of the murals below.

Photos by Henrik Haven and Allan Toft. See more on Hi-Fructose.

Join us on Saturday October 4th in Vancouver as Vans celebrates the launch of the Fall 2014 Vault By Vans Collection and brings you a very special evening and art exhibit with Vans artist and Vault by Vans designer Taka Hayashi with music by Vans skate legend Ray Barbee!! For more info, check out the Vans Canada FB page. 
Join us on Saturday October 4th in Vancouver as Vans celebrates the launch of the Fall 2014 Vault By Vans Collection and brings you a very special evening and art exhibit with Vans artist and Vault by Vans designer Taka Hayashi with music by Vans skate legend Ray Barbee!! For more info, check out the Vans Canada FB page

Boxes of Death 5, featuring 50 coffins by 50 artists, begins its tour opening Friday, Oct. 3rd at the Antler Gallery in PDX then heads to SFO, LAX, and SEA.  Spawned from Kane Quaye, a famous coffin maker from Africa, the artist roster includes world renowned painters, illustrators, graphic designers, motorcycle builders, tattoo artists, assemblage masters and print makers such as Dennis McNett, Benjie Escobar, Camille Rose Garcia, David Cook, Max Schaaf, and more! 

Photographs courtesy of Boxes of Death