Working under the nom de plume Mr. June, artist David Louf has been active in street art since 1985. In recent years, his work consists mainly of gigantic wall paintings that challenge the perceptions of the viewer.
Mr. June’s works can best be described as an exciting combination of multi-layered geometric art, graffiti culture and an optical illusion. He makes a clever use of the already existing forms of the buildings or objects and gives them an additional purely visual dimension.
The artist recently did a 130-feet dome in North Carolina and a 3D mural in Berlin by request of Urban Nation. His upcoming projects will be done in Aruba, Amsterdam, and China, and he is preparing studio works for a solo exhibition at Art Basel Week.
See some of the stunning architectural pieces by Mr. June below.
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After 6 days nonstop paintin.. at @emiliosofmorrispark best pizza in town…this was a real challange to reach some parts off the wall, because of the amount of obstacles… but.. great week here in #thebronx #nyc #mrjune #abstractgraffiti thanx to the great paint!! @kobrapaint