More Than 70 International Artists Descend on Cincinnati for BLINK, a Massive Mural and Light Festival


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Oct 20, 2022

Grace Ebert

Max Sansing. All pictures by Halopigg, courtesy of BLINK, shared with authorization

For the initial time since 2019, the biggest public art and light competition in the U.S. introduced a spate of new functions to Cincinnati. Additional than 70 artists from all over the planet collected in mid-October for BLINK, a four-day event that spanned 30 blocks throughout the Midwestern town. In attendance were fairly a couple of artists featured formerly on Colossal, including Max Sansing (formerly), PichiAvo (beforehand), Shantell Martin (previously), Nespoon (formerly), and Religion XLVII (earlier).

We have gathered some of our most loved performs developed during this year’s event—you’ll find Martin’s signature line-drawn figures encircling a cityscape, PichiAvo’s vivid amalgam of artwork background and graffiti, and a new fragile lace structure from Nespoon—although it is well worth heading to BLINK’s Instagram to take a peek at the light-weight projections, immersive initiatives, and other murals, as perfectly.


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Shantell Martin

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