Mina Hamada & Zosen

Birth placeLouisiana & Buenos Aires Birth date1981 & 1979

Mina Hamada is a Japanese painter, whose work is characterized through abstract and organic shapes in soft, bright and warm colours on a monochrome background in flat and soft forms harmoniously balanced, while a very special rhythm share her good vibes. The artist works self-concentrated and investigates unknown fields of painting from the unconscious and improvisation. She has lately focused her work on big mural pieces.

She usually works with Zosen, whose work is characterized by its neon colors and geometrical shapes mixed with other symbols, creating his own mythological world. He began painting grafitti when he was 11 in Argentina, when he would paint the names of his crew. At the age of 12 he moved to Barcelona where he continued practicing grafitti. In Barcelona he was very much influenced by the Punk movement and the “So it yourself” culture, and finally graduated in visual arts and design in the school of la Llotja.

Nowdays he keeps doing grafitti, which combines with projects of murals and working as a teacher of Street Art and Public Space. He also does illustration, performance, video, and fashion design, being the founder of the brand “Animal Bandido”.

Their work has been exhibited all over the world, from Eruope to Asia and also Latin America and the United States.

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