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[PHOTO] Croatian Mural on World’s Most Beautiful in 2016

Work by Croatian street artist Lonac (photo: Widewalls)

One of the Croatia’s leading street artists has been included on a list of the World’s Most Beautiful Murals of 2016.

Leading urban and contemporary art publication, Widewalls, have included top Croatian street artist Lonac on its annual list of the world’s best murals.

The Zagreb-based artist, who has forged his name around Europe also with a number of impressive murals, including his ‘beating heart’, was included on the list for his Nitpicking mural in Rijeka.

More and more street artists are blowing people’s minds with some epic murals on walls all over all over the world.

Street art continued to gain popularity in 2016 and there has been a rise not just in the profile of this form of creative art, but also in the number of dedicated festivals and exhibitions.

Lonac – Nitpicking

Lonac – Nitpicking

One of the most beautiful murals of the year belongs to Croatian creative Lonac, who authored this masterpiece for MMSU Rijeka – Spajalica festival in his homeland. Titled Nitpicking / Pimplovanje, it is a breathtaking portrait of a man focused on the model of a ship. We honestly can’t stop looking at it – writes Widewalls.

Lonac in action (photo credit: Lonac)

Lonac has just finished a monster mural in Florida, USA.

Lonac’s mural in Florida which he recently finished (photo by Silkfatblues)

 

Mural by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra painted of the late David Bowie in New Jersey also on the list (photo: Widewalls)

Check out the murals which made the best of 2016  here.

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