Komafest: Closing in on the grand opening (Part two)

The grand opening of Komafest is scheduled for tomorrow, and the works have popped up everywhere in the town these last couple of days. Some heavy wind – not unbeknown for people from Vardø  – has hit the island giving the artists difficult working conditions. But it’s coming along nicely.

This batch of pictures is of french guys Horfe and Ken Sortais work – huge colorful grafitti breathing real life into  many run-down buildings, along with danish Husk Mit Navns several huge cartoons with a theme from the town. Vhils has created a nice portrait of an old fisherman from Vardø, located only a stone throw from his dock. Conor Harrington has also  I’ve put a few of them up here, with more coming up.

See more pictures: Komafest: A Street Art Festival in Vardø (Part one)

You can find many more pictures of Komafest in the Facebook group “Vardø, streetart og byhistorie” or by following Komafest on Facebook.

Pøbel (NO)

Roy Hardin (NO/Vardø)

Vhils (PO)

Conor Harrington (IE)

EB Itso (DK)

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Husk Mit Navn (DK)

Horfe (FR) and Ken Sortais (FR)

The peoples wall

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