The princess and the frog
Last week, I had the privilege of traveling again to the beautiful region of Brittany, France, and more precisely to the charming city of Saint Brieuc, to create my latest work of urban art "The Princess and the Frog" for Shake Art Festival.
Before exploring the details of my mural, I want to thank the curators of the TSF Crew for the excellent organization of the festival, you have welcomed us with open arms and we have felt at home.
In my new work. "The Princess and the Frog" reinterprets the classic tale that we all know. In my version, the protagonist is a woman with red hair, growing out of a magnificent rose. I wanted to give this princess a delicate yet strong appearance with its own sparkle.
The frog that chases her in my work represents the tireless pursuit of our dreams and goals, always trying to achieve them no matter what the difficulties. In addition, the frog also alludes to change and transformation, inviting us to overcome our fears and turn them into opportunities to grow and evolve.
I have been delighted to share this experience with exceptional French and international artists. Living with colleagues from all over the world is always enriching, since it allows us to share techniques, ideas and stories, and together.