Elad Greenberg

Elad Greenberg

Painting

Biography


started his way as a graffiti writer back in 2009, at the age of 14 after coming across a few pieces in the boarding school where he grew up. Very quickly the art became a replacement for some bad habits as he became dedicated for the art of style writing, and painting walls on a regular basis.

For most of the time, he stayed very traditional and strict about his graffiti, he didn't like the more modern influences and remained pretty old-school. In recent years the urge for something new grew up in his mind and he began exploring some other mediums and styles, bringing his original essence on to the canvas with a more contemporary, abstract style, and also experimenting with oil painting for the first time, hence his piece "riders of the storm"

Works

Wild Ballet, Painting by Elad Greenberg

Wild Ballet

Painting,
21 × 29 × 0.5 cm
Human Legacy, Peinture by Elad Greenberg

Human Legacy

Painting,
100 × 130 × 5 cm
The Great Escape , Peinture by Elad Greenberg

The Great Escape

Painting,
180 × 130 × 5 cm
Smoke yourself, Peinture by Elad Greenberg

Smoke yourself

Painting,
100 × 130 × 5 cm
RIP Stan Lee, Peinture by Elad Greenberg

RIP Stan Lee

Painting,
100 × 100 × 3 cm
Concrete Jungle, Peinture by Elad Greenberg

Concrete Jungle

Painting,
100 × 130 × 5 cm
Abstract Acid, Painting by Elad Greenberg

Abstract Acid

Painting,
180 × 70 × 3 cm
Blood, Painting by Elad Greenberg

Blood

Painting,
90 × 130 × 5 cm
Walk the Walk, Peinture by Elad Greenberg

Walk the Walk

Painting,
100 × 140 × 5 cm
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