If you were to visit Buenos Aires and take a long stroll through the streets, you’d be delighted to see some of the most beautiful street art created by the talented artist Fio Silva.
She transforms boring gray city walls using colorful murals depicting birds and other critters decorated with floral or abstract ornaments, giving them an otherworldly vibe.
This roaring kitty and a flock of birds are chilling on a wall in Turnpike Lane in London.
“Free Like a Bird” — such a classic concept, and it’s executed exquisitely here.
Three birds taking flight on one of the buildings in Berlin.
In her works, Silva accentuates the movement of the depicted animals, focusing on that brief moment when the bird takes off or flaps its wings, which is why her murals always look so dynamic. She was able to find deeper meaning in the movement, aka the absence of peace, which is something not every artist can achieve.
Here’s a majestic eagle in some abandoned place in Greece.
Amazing flamingos decorating a wall in Oranjestad, Aruba.
This condo in Pathos, Albania, has never looked better.
Initially, Fio Silva’s stunning murals were decorating the streets of Buenos Aires, the city she grew up in, but now they’ve spread all over the globe! Well, for now, it’s just Europe, to be exact. The murals can be found in a couple of cities in Germany, Spain, Albania, but that’s still very impressive. In addition to street art, Silva does a lot of graphics design, easel painting, and interior decoration. In other words, she’s a busy bee!
A gorgeous giant swan mural in Belsh, Albania.
If you’re reading this from Kosovo, make sure to find Fio’s eagle mural and snap a selfie!
This mural is the expression of a friendship between Argentina and Mexico.
You can find Fio’s masterpieces on her Instagram page, but for now, the following pictures should be enough. Enjoy!