Art toy street art 3


1 in stock

Art toy street art 3


1 in stock

This unique piece is inspired by urban art and the contrast of colors often seen in the artists home city of Bogota. Simple and charming, this piece will draw one in with the remarkable ability to change tones depending on the perspective Chameleon paint covers the vinyl toy which is sealed with a polyurethane varnish. It’s distinctive style instantly intrigues and draws one in for a closer look.

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A perfect addition to modern, contemporary, or even eclectic interiors. This piece is inviting and fun with its toned down design that still inspires countless interpretations. A fun an fresh piece to join a modern collection and draw attention in the common spaces of a home or establishment.


Original artwork, Polyester and acrylic chameleon paint on art toy
  • Size of the work: 28cm x 16cm x12cm / 11.02 x 6.30 x 4.72″
  • Shipping origin: Colombia



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Erika Marcela Villarreal Castro | Colombia

Erika Marcela Villareal Castro is an architect and urban artist who has been practicing Graffiti/Muralism since 2008. Castro’s work is inspired by the aesthetics of basic geometric shapes and bright colors, as well as the conceptually tied to the recovery of public spaces – most of which use autonomous resources and collaboration of those in the sector to intervene. Her work is characterized by its diversity without a single style but still complementary. She has taken part in many events, workshops, publications, festivals, and exhibitions both inside and outside of Colombia with private organizations and galleries.


Callegrafia Vol.1. Bogotá, Colombia.
Latin American Street Art “Special Latin Americans”, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Callegrafia Vol.2 “Guarichas”, Bogotá, Colombia.

The Mickey Inspired Exhibition, Beat Bop Gallery, Bogotá, Colombia.
Permanent Exhibition at The Office Gallery, Bogotá, Colombia.
Permanent Exhibition at Galería Espacio En Blanco, Bogotá, Colombia.

The Street Doesn’t Stay Quiet,
The Office Gallery, Bogotá, Colombia.

Street Art, Galería Controversia, Bogotá, Colombia.