This stunning 5 story high mural is on Main St. in Winnipeg.
Clandestinos is the heart & art union of Shalak Attack & Bruno Smoky.
It seems when it comes to love, they have both of their hearts sewn into one.
Read about them on Shalak’s Website
I just love the buffalo on the hat brim!
I also love the change of texture on the wall.
You can also visit Shalak on Instagram or Bruno Smoky on Instagram
Visit Clandestinos Art on Facebook
Photos taken by Resa – October 27, 2016
32 thoughts on “Art from the Heart of Clandestinos”
Wow, so beautiful and symbolic 🙂
I agree! I was absolutely hypnotized when I was shooting it. 😀
The buffalo on her hat are wonderful. Beautiful work.
I just adore those buffalo. Street Art never ceases to amaze me.
Fascinating work of art on a very large scale. Impressive is not even an enough word for it, it is grandiose and most special indeed.
I was super intent on capturing this mural on my trip to Winnipeg. Shalak is my fave street artist. Of course, there are so many amazing murals in Winnipeg, I was like a kid n a candy store! xo
First I thought beauty, but then I noticed the heart … powerful.
Powerful is an appropriate word for this splendid piece, Frank. 😀
I’m so glad you like outdoor murals & street art!
I do enjoy them, but you are the own responsible for raising my awareness and appreciation for them!
Stunning imagery !
I totally agree with you!
Beautiful. I like the close up of the paint on bricks. Makes it look like a mosaic at that point. I visited Graffiti Art Programming Inc and learned more about what they are doing – cool!
I understand what you mean about the mosaic effect. I think this is why I like heavy brickwork. Texture becomes a mosaic feel.Thin I’ll take another look at Graffiti Art Programming Inc. 😀
This is one of those murals, one look is not enough – seeing the symbolism is very powerful. It’s a work of dignity, heart and amazing talent. Stunning Resa!
I am so thrilled to have seen this special work of art in real life, and to have captured it for my collection, and for all and anyone who comes here to see Street Art!
Wow, that heart!
They are truly in love… whatever else they may have meant!
That is a gorgeous mural. What great art they make together.
It’s as fairy tale as a romance can be. Love rules!
That is magnificent example of art and like you, I love the buffaloes. The sheer size of it is impressive.
My time away from Toronto was very productive…. in terms of murals & family. There’s some great works coming up! Now back to some $ earning time.
I don’t think I’ve seen such a big mural as this one in person. It must be even more beautiful away from the camera’s lens! Great feature.
In Winnipeg there are some giants of Street Art. It’s always a thrill to see these pieces. Usually it is very difficult to shoot them, as finding a place far enough away lands one in the traffic.
I got lucky with this one, as there was a big field.
I got sort of lucky with Nellie 🙂 . I would have liked to have stood in the middle of the traffic, but standing between 2 large parked cars gave me enough opportunity to capture some nice shots. 😀
Beautiful, and the longer you study the more details come to life. It took me a while before I saw the bison:)
There is a lot of love in the details! 😀
Wow, Resa… mending hearts, in more ways than one! 🙂
I like the buffalo too. 🙂
heya are very cool!! 😀
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Wow! This is so wonderful and so huge. I’m in awe of such artists.