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Banksy pays tribute to Basquiat in London, UK

Elusive British street artist Banksy is back on the streets of London with a series of new pieces that were unveiled around the Barbican centre, a performing arts centre in the City of London and the largest of its kind in Europe.

Just a few days prior to the opening of a new exhibition featuring the legendary Jean-Michel Basquiat at the Barbican, the one and only Banksy creating a... | Read More

NeSpoon unveils a new mural in Boras, Sweden

NeSpoon has been invited to participate in No Limit Festival in Borås, Sweden and she has just sent in some shots of her progress that took from 6th untill the 9th of September. In addition to the mural, NeSpoon also had an idea to decorate the streets with some smaller artworks around the streets of Borås. Total preparation took 4 days as this was a hand-drawn and hand-cut stencil,... | Read More

Kraser Tres in Kiev, Ukraine

Finding himself in Ukraine, Kraser had the opportunity to work on this big mural on the streets of Kiev for Art United Us project that he completed not too long ago. As usual, featuring great selection of colours and shapes, the artist creates one of his whimsical tales – this time it’s of a bear!

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Graffiti and Its Reflection on Culture

There is a book called “Graffiti Lives: Beyond the Tag” written by Baruch College Sociologist, Gregory J. Snyder, that argues that graffiti writers can’t be understood when looked at as simply people who vandalize and wreak social disorder. They also need to be viewed as members of a subculture that is diverse and who use the experiences they have to build careers that are... | Read More

“Against Overlapping” by Elian in Cologne, Germany

This wall by Elian is located in Müllheim. Cologne, Germany and was created for the CityLeaks Festival.

The main idea of the piece was to not force the neighbor into a specific moment of interpretation, but to ignore the idea of masterpiece and get confused with other possibilities. The main tool was to not generate a complex composition, without author features; searching for the... | Read More

CURA Festival Wrapped It Up Its First Edition in Belo Horizonte

CURA wrapped it up its first edition in Belo Horizonte, Brazil where the line-up featured five national artists and one international: Thiago Mazza and Priscila Amoni, from Belo Horizonte; the Acidum Project from Fortaleza, formed by the artists Tereza Dequinta and Robézio Marqs; and the Spanish artist Marina Capdevilla that is visiting Brazil for the first time.


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“It won’t be collapse” by Mino di Summa in Stigliano, Italy

Artist by the name Mino di Summa has just sent in some shots of his latest mural in Stigliano, one of the most evocative regions of Italy: Basilicata. The artwork named “frana non sarà” (It won’t be collapse) been completed for appARTEngo street fest.

Crumble consciously, but never stop hoping. A face and body abandoned with serenity, awareness and hope, during a natural... | Read More

Deih “Info Generation” Hand Finished Print Release – September 14th

It’s back to school time! To kick-off the new season, we’ve worked with our friend Deih to create a new edition that pretty much summarize the social paradox we are in. Entitled “Info Generation”, the Spanish artist brought to life this unique artwork which he described with the following words:

We invented language to describe the world. To make it visible even... | Read More

“Keep me” by Millo in Finland

Italian artist Millo recently spent some time in Finland where he was invited to create for Upea Art Festival in a small town by the name of Jyväskäla, located around 350 km North from Helsinki. The city is surrounded by an amazing nature, lakes and forests everywhere. Inspired by it, the artist named the mural “Keep me”…

I feel very inspired and I wanted to... | Read More

David Mesguish sculptural installation in Sweden

French artist David Mesguich has been invited for the 2017 edition of the Openart Biennale in Orebro city, Sweden, where he placed an illegal street installation, a monumental female sculpture titled “Sorry not Sorry” between a large parking wall and an advertising billboard in the city center.

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