- Title: AZ RSML: DISRUPTION
- Creator: Add Fuel
- Date Created: September 2016
- Location Created: Haugesundsgata 17, 4014 Stavanger, Norway
- Type: Mural
- Rights: ©Nuart Festival, ©Brian Tallman Photography
- Medium: Paint
- Art Genre: Historic / Decorative
- Art Movement: Street Art
- Art Form: Painting
- Support: Wall
- Depicted Location: Private building
Add Fuel: A Fusion of Tradition and Modernity
DISRUPTION in Stavanger, Norway
Add Fuel, a trained graphic designer, has crafted an artistic identity rooted in the exploration of tessellations and symmetry. His style is globally recognized, blending traditional Portuguese azulejo patterns with contemporary pop-culture motifs or local designs reflective of the country where he creates.
Celebrating Cultural Heritage Through Art
In DISRUPTION, situated in Haugesundsgata 17, Stavanger, Add Fuel masterfully incorporates the rich ‘Rosemaling’ patterns derived from the Rogaland region of Norway into his mural. By reimagining these traditional motifs, he weaves a tapestry that bridges past and present, offering a vibrant reinterpretation of cultural heritage.
The Intersection of Art and Tradition
Through the fusion of historic tessellations with contemporary elements, Add Fuel’s work breathes life into urban walls. His murals, pulsating with modernity and an unmistakable nod to the past, create captivating visual narratives that resonate with the essence of the locations they adorn.
Street Art as a Vessel for Heritage
Add Fuel’s creations go beyond mere aesthetics; they serve as conduits for heritage preservation and storytelling. DISRUPTION stands as a testament to his ability to capture the spirit of a place, infusing walls with an evocative blend of history, tradition, and modernity.
I am a mural enthusiast and a fervent admirer of street art. Rather than creating murals myself, I am passionate about collecting them. My love for street art knows no bounds. I am dedicated to curating and cherishing these artworks that grace the streets. My collection stands as a testament to my profound appreciation for this form of artistic expression.
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