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“Don’t wake the dreamer” – by DEIH

By Anca dArc on September 22, 2016

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22He loves Japanese imagery, their symbols, their stories full of accidents and catastrophe. Also, the dark and unknown side of our existence, any kind of science fiction, the cyberpunk, the steam punk.

Spanish street artist DEIH is from Valencia. He is 35 years old and has been painting in the streets for the past 21 years. Dehi works as an illustrator, 2d animator and muralist. He also does comics and some video work.

Deih’s sources of inspiration come from all media, the music he listens to, the books and comics he read, the artists that he follow. He loves Japanese imagery, their symbols, their stories full of accidents and catastrophe. Also, the dark and unknown side of our existence, any kind of science fiction, the cyberpunk, the steam punk.

Painting for the Lollapalooza Music Festival, the Spanish artist worked his magic in order to paint this beautiful artwork entitled “Don’t Wake The Dreamer”.

More on DEIH – follow his Instagram account.

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He loves Japanese imagery, their symbols, their stories full of accidents and catastrophe. Also, the dark and unknown side of our existence, any kind of science fiction, the cyberpunk, the steam punk. He loves Japanese imagery, their symbols, their stories full of accidents and catastrophe. Also, the dark and unknown side of our existence, any kind of science fiction, the cyberpunk, the steam punk. He loves Japanese imagery, their symbols, their stories full of accidents and catastrophe. Also, the dark and unknown side of our existence, any kind of science fiction, the cyberpunk, the steam punk. He loves Japanese imagery, their symbols, their stories full of accidents and catastrophe. Also, the dark and unknown side of our existence, any kind of science fiction, the cyberpunk, the steam punk. He loves Japanese imagery, their symbols, their stories full of accidents and catastrophe. Also, the dark and unknown side of our existence, any kind of science fiction, the cyberpunk, the steam punk. He loves Japanese imagery, their symbols, their stories full of accidents and catastrophe. Also, the dark and unknown side of our existence, any kind of science fiction, the cyberpunk, the steam punk.

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