Over the last week, spanning three to four days the iconic Village Underground, regularly home to incredible and large-scale murals has received its latest coat of paint, this time from Sardinian born artist Tellas. To be honest it was kind of felt that anything would be a little anti-climatic when Joel Artista’s work that previously adorned this wall was replaced, and while this piece isn’t as immediately impressive, it has a completely different tone, making less of a direct statement and taking on a more tranquil peaceful absorbing quality. Tellas’ work is based on the representation of non-urban aesthetics, creating works that embody a personal and intimate vision of the components of natural landscapes. This wall was curated by the Howard Griffin Gallery
Tellas at work on his piece in the week.
The intricate finished wall.