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Preview: “The Social Paradox” @ London’s Calio – November 23rd

Tomorrow in East London, our friends from Calio are opening an exciting group show at Stolen Space Gallery with iHeart, Joe Iurato, The London Police, Madsteez, Martin Whatson, MauMau, Millo, MyneandYours, Nafir, WordToMother.

Based on “The Social Paradox” theme, the exhibition is a show focusing and highlighting people’s over reliance on technology and social... | Read More

Stinkfish in Saint kitts and Nevis Islands

Our friend Stinkfish recently spent some time in the Caribbean where he brought to life some of his signature stencil-based imagery.

Painting on the beautiful Saint Kitts and Nevis Island, the famed Colombian muralist worked with local school students to create these collaborative artworks.

Take a look at more images after the break and keep checking back with us for the latest... | Read More

“Capturing the message – protest, graffiti and art” – Photographs by Rennie Ellis and p1xels

Photographs by Rennie Ellis and p1xels: “Capturing the message – protest, graffiti and art” draws on the comprehensive body of work of documentary photographer Rennie Ellis, who documented life of the 1970s and 80s. Juxtaposing his imagery with p1xels’ contemporary street photography, the exhibition encourages debate about imagery and messaging in the public domain and how... | Read More

“Ora Ora” – Shohei Otomo at Backwoods, Melbourne

Son of the legendary Katsuhiro Otomo – Japanese author, illustrator and creator of cult classic Anime AKIRA – Shohei Otomo is cut from the same cloth as his father. With intense concentration, he produces ballpoint drawings of semi-imagined figures and situations, blending the old guard sensibilities and pop-culture of Japan with his own dystopian take on life in the country and... | Read More

“The Social Paradox” Group Exhibition @ London’s Calio

Later this month in London, the good people from Calio will be opening a brand new group exhibition entitled “The Social Paradox”, a show focusing and highlighting people’s over reliance on technology and social media.

Calio is a unique and brilliant personal calendar that makes it easier for you to create and share events with friends, and keep everything in one... | Read More

“BOOK ADWENTURES” by Wow Wall Studio in Srem, Poland

Artist group Wow Wall Studio continues to create amazing murals on the streets of Poland, this time – right in front of a public school, at the heart of old city of Srem. Theme of this artwork is the journey into fantastic literary world, which would encourage the children to read books. After consultation with the conservator of monuments, artists have chosen the colours to adapt to... | Read More

Two new murals from Ethos in Switzerland and USA

It has been quite a while since we last heard from Claudio Ethos on StreetArtNews, but he is back with two new murals in two different continents – Europe and USA. First mural was done in Long Beach New Jersey for Whitechapel project, and the second is a collaboration piece with Wes21 in Switzerland named “The Cow on Alps”.

 

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New Works from E. LEE in Chicago & Bloomington, IL

Chicago based American Artist E. LEE has stayed busy this season with two new street works. The first, titled “Mounted”, is 12 x 35 feet and located in Bloomington, Illinois.

E. LEE tells us “Two years ago I had a vision of big gold frames all in a row, with horses sticking their heads out like stalls in a stable. When @lsglandon and @kyleglandon asked me to do a... | Read More

“People’s Power Now” & “Wisdom” by Ludo in Paris

Our friend Ludo is back on the streets of his hometown with the fresh pieces that just popped somewhere around the lovely city of Paris in France.

Entitled “People’s Power Now” & “Wisdom”, the famed French artist once again brought to life some of his signature oversized artworks which are now going to live on the streets of Paris for weeks to... | Read More

Preview: Vinz Feel Free Solo Exhibition “INNOCENCE” @ The Marcy Project, Brooklyn, NY

The Marcy Project Gallery in Williamsburg Brooklyn is proud to present “INNOCENCE”, a solo exhibition by street artist Vinz Feel Free this Saturday November 4th.  Flying in from Valencia for his premiere Brooklyn solo show, the wild-life street surrealist debuts a 20- piece collection of new works featuring his uniquely original nude photo-painting hybrids for... | Read More

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