JDL street art alias Judith de Leeuw is a 23 y/o street artist and is born and raised in Amsterdam, NL. In 2015 she started her first commissioned works, which also caused her to graduate in art & Design in 2016. ‘I started doing spray paint by the age of 15, on the streets, where i met graffiti related people that introduced me to a spray can for the first time. Now i own a studio where i work when i don’t paint murals, on the east side of Amsterdam.’ With a passion for realism, expression and public art a new artist was brought to life. With a already a great reputation as a street artist she managed to travel and paint all over the world.
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Rotterdam Street Art Museum collaborated with JDL Street Art (aka Judith de Leeuw) and Winne to create a 36 meter high flat building in front of Rotterdam Central Station. (Kruisplein). The process was captured and played over all the big commercial screens all over the city.
During the World Tiger Day, Judith de Leeuw, aka JDL Street Art, created a tiger’s eye of five by two meters with spray paint on the Leidseplein in Amsterdam. The street artist, together with the World Nature Fund (WNF) and Street Art Museum Amsterdam (SAMA), promotes awareness for tigers in the wild.
Every year the Dutch Street Art Awards nominates the most creative and skilled artists under the age of 25 in the Netherlands. This year’s winner was the youngest so far. Jury report: “It is difficult to make these portraits in gray tones, with such details in the process and adding so much emotion to it. As far as the jury is concerned, the convincing winner of the Young Talent Award is the female street artist who can carry on the tradition of the old Dutch masters.”
JDL Street Art, alias Judith de Leeuw, painted a 10m high mural in Heerlen of Myrthe Bolt in collaboration with Getting Up Street Art Foundation in 2017. The model started off her career at the model agency operating inside of the building. The artist conceived a detailed and impressive life story of the model and decided to create a temporary monument for the neighbourhood.
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Limited edition print. In collaboration with Carla van de Puttelaar, who made the photograph on which the painting was modelled. Signed and numbered by JDL.
Edition size: 20
Size: 70 x 45 cm
Type: giclée print
Characteristics: Hahnemuhle White Velvet 270 grs.
In stock: 13/20
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