Created and Sold by Fluke

Murals by Fluke seen at Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens - Chromatic Flow Mural
Image credit: Ashop Productions and Chop'Em Down Films

Chromatic Flow Mural

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As part of the 2019 Miami Open international tennis event from March 18th to 30th, Fluke painted a 2358-square-foot mural on the Hard Rock Stadium’s west side of the grandstand.

Entitled Chromatic Flow, this mural presents two women, painted hyper realistically, that are intertwined in a dynamic and surreal decor of ribbons and large strokes of paint. True to his style, Fluke inspired himself by Miami and its football team, the Dolphins - whose home is on the site - and used a range of bright colors such as turquoise, orange, magenta and blue. His tag, referring to his graffiti background, is integrated in transparency through the different layers of the work. The production lasted two weeks, with Fluke being assisted by Montreal artist Five8. Curated by Goldman Global Arts.

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Meet the Creator

Fluke is a Canadian street artist born in 1983. Now a predominant figure in the international urban art scene, he started painting at the age of nine under the mentorship of the fathers of Montréal graffiti. In his work, Fluke merges street art and contemporary imagery using unconventional methods and techniques that distinguish themselves by their extreme realism and vivid colors. The “ribbons” and giant brushstrokes found in his art are a nod to the graffiti letters and textures that tie him to his roots as an artist. His work can be admired across the globe from the United States to New Zealand, Hong Kong, France, and Canada.