Babylon Soundgarden, which brings music, friendship and entertainment together, is getting ready to offer an unforgettable festival experience to its participants on May 23 in Babylon Kilyos. Babylon Soundgarden will take place in Bayblon Kilyos for the first time this year. As soon as the participants enter Babylon Kilyos, the works of two important graffiti artists will welcome them. British street artist David Shillinglaw, who is inspired by mythological artifacts, and Brazilian Manoel Quitério, who believes that his works are the reflections of humanity and the objects of passion of humanity, will be at Babylon Kilyos on May 23.
One of the most famous graffiti artists in the world, London-based David Shillinglaw, also known as Dodie Boy, feeds on mythology and contemporary art. Standing out as an expert observer in terms of blending the old and the new, Shillinglaw and his works mirror the soul of Babylon. He puts a smile on people's faces with his works that combine bold and colorful lines with typography, and he is inspired by people while creating message-giving works. Shillinglaw, who mirrors the works of Picasso, will be the guest of Babylon Kilyos with his exclusive works themed "Peace, Love, Respect."
Besides Shillinglaw who will color the walls of the festival area, Brazilian artist Manoel Quitério, who stands out with his graffiti, lithography and sculpture works that he presents in the U.K, France, Germany and Brazil, will also be a guest in Bayblon Kilyos on May 23. The artist who previously displayed his works in Turkey will color up the giant board with "PEACE" written on it, and will leave the last letter to the creativity of the participants of the festival. The duo that meets on the common ground of humanity and its nature will color Babylon Kilyos all day as a part of Babylon Soundgarden.