Zosen and Mina Hamada

Patchwork mural

Bring your patches to this large mural of patchwork and stories

Patchwork is an artistic technique that consists of assembling pieces of material of different sizes and colours so as to make a new article. This workshop proposes the creation in a group of a giant patchwork that covers the walls and floor, using cardboard and paper instead of material. Each participant will design and create with different techniques and materials the pieces to form part of a collective mural.

Zosen and Mina Hamada
Zosen and Mina Hamada are two visual artists who come from Argentina and Japan, respectively, and who currently reside in Barcelona. Given their passion for colour and free shapes, their artistic repertoire includes murals of various formats, paintings on material, illustration, serigraphy, and the self-publication of books. Their joint works can be found in various cities of America, Europe and Japan.

© Big Draw, la Festa del Dibuix