About two and a half years ago, a street art from Belgium called Dzia started painting murals and is already starting to get recognized and appreciated for his amazingly complex animal street art. He uses geometric lines in his unique style that really make the paintings pop out. This is especially true if the paintings are in abandoned locations. The artist usually paints in Antwerp, his hometown but some of his works can also be admired in other cities across Europe.
His works range from street works and taxidermy to sculpture and paintings. Dzia also created the Krank copyzine.
Dzia said that he was attracted to art ever since he was a little child. His entire family was very creative and his uncle was an artist. He had this passion all throughout his teenage years and eventually headed out to study art in Antwerp at the Royal Academy.
He said that after graduating, he really wanted to put his pieces on walls. He focused his attention on creating a unique style of art by making use of geometric lines and other abstract figures to create different animal shapes.
His work is appreciated all over Europe and the handmade copyzine called Krank is filled with artists that try to make their works known. Dzia started the Krank copyzine and the price of each issue depends on the costs of production. However, it comes out every four months, regardless if there are problems in the way or not.
The artists that can be found inside Krank are the people that Dzia supports, admires and even defends. In order to create Krank, Dzia got a lot of help from different artists like him. The copyzine is truly amazing and it isnâ€™t intended only for people who admire graffiti and street art, but also for those who appreciate art altogether.
The geometric animal street art by Dzia is truly amazing.