Day in the life of a street artist: MadC
Via Google Cultural Institute:
MadC, folks. This woman’s work is amazing.
Claudia Walde, known as MadC, is a graffiti artist from Germany who is known for her large scale outdoor artistic works.
MadC started her artistic trajectory as a teenaged graffiti writer, and has since then developed her creative endeavors into various fields such as graphic design, writing and fine art. She has studied at both Burg Giebichenstein – University of Art and Design, Halle and Central Saint Martins College, London, and carries a master degree in graphic design. MadC is also author and designer of two books on street and graffiti art Sticker City – Paper Graffiti Art (2007) and Street Fonts – Graffiti Alphabets From Around The World (2011) (both published under her birth name).
Her major international breakthrough came however in 2010 with the production of the work that has become known as the “700-Wall” – a 700 square-meter work along the train line between Berlin and Halle. This painting is most likely the largest graffiti mural created by a single person, and it was finished in four months.
Her style is so fresh, so clean. Watching her work is truly an inspiration.
This video is via Google Cultural Institute, and well worth watching if you have even a passing interest in thae art of the can: