Galician Wildlife

The Valencian artist Dulk shows in this mural his sensitivity for the animal world, a constant in his creations that contain a message of environmental commitment. Galician Wildlife is a representation of part of the native Galician fauna, with special attention to some threatened species of Carballo's area. In particular, the mural refers to some species from the Razo-Baldaio protected area, where several birds in danger of extinction live. 
Dulk has a peculiar style where the protagonist is the drawing and the intense colors. His work has a meticulous and welcoming aesthetic, in which there is a certain critical and sarcastic look behind the cruel situation to which we are subjecting nature. The current work of Dulk is characterized by an obsessive tendency to the representation of nature, where his characters star parallel stories between the strong and the weak, the superior and the inferior.
This artwork is part of Rexenera Fest 2015.
Created on December 31, 2014
Rúa Inxeñeiro Barreira, 8, Carballo, España
Hunted by Sara P. Lantes.

Marker details

Date created2014-12-31T23:00:00.000Z
Camera usedNikon D800
Marker typeartwork