In the latest Walrus TV artist feature by Upper Playground, German street artist Hera discusses everything from her childhood, to her views on art. Taking her name from the Greek Goddess Queen, she’s inspired by mythological creatures and the high drama of her namesake. Hera enjoys the disposable nature of street art because her tastes change from day to day. Each of her pieces is like her child and she tries to find “good homes” for them on the street. As you hear the artist speak about her craft, you see her painting one of her trademark pieces – half Bambi, half girl – a true expression of innocence.
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