When no strength to hide feelings of taste and want to tell the world about it, come to mind most crazy ideas about how to do it. Campo Viejo, a project of the Spanish wine from small picturesque province of La Rioja in northern Spain, decided to pass through the taste of paint street art. Thus was born the platform Streets of Colour, for which artists Remed and Okuda and painted the streets of London, Madrid, Brussels, Oslo and other cities.
Street art has no frames and borders, so to reflect the bright and rich taste of grape Tempranillo, which formed the basis of wine from Rioja, was chosen this form of art. And not for nothing, look how cool it!
Streets of Colour by Street Artist Remed and Okuda for Campo Viejo:
Sculpture of a dove in the vineyards in Logrono, Spain
Vineyards in Logrono, Spain
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Remed and Okuda, Toronto, Canada
Remed and Okuda on the background work for Campo Viejo Reserva Art Series in Mexico City.
Remed and Okuda immediately recognizable by precise geometry and a combination of bright colors. Remed strives for simplicity and harmony of color and form, and Okuda brings contradictions in drawing, adding a sense. Therefore, they were chosen for the project Streets of Colour, and he street art – for the transfer of bright flavor of wine from Rioja.