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Banksy unveils new pieces in Paris, France

While we last heard from him a few weeks ago in New York City, Banksy is now in Paris where three new pieces have just been uncovered and potentially more are yet to be found.

For his first ever stop in Paris, the British artist created another series of striking stenciled pieces which are tackling the issues of racism, antisemitism, immigration and more. The pieces are technically... | Read More

Graff on Tour(s) with Lek & Sowat

After having archived and referenced  graffiti on the French national monuments as traces of history and archeology for decades, the Centre des Monuments Nationaux (CMN) is dedicating its 2018 cultural season to historical graffiti with a series of exhibitions and events called “Sur les murs, histoire(s) de graffiti“ on nine of its thirty national monuments... | Read More

‘The squirrel house’ by TEN in Norway

Our dear friend and Street Artist Riccardo Ten Colombo, aka TEN, has just completed a new mural in West Norway where he was invited to participate at Moving Mountains festival, in the Kvinnherad community.

This year’s event was Hardanger fjord’s first street art festival and it included many workshops, murals, films and street installations by local and international... | Read More

Artmossphere 2018 Biennale Artists Open Call

the good people from Artmossphere has announced an open call for artists from all over the world.

You can until June 24th send your custom applications that will be reviewed by an international jury of experts. The selected artists will then be flown over to Moscow, Russia to create their artworks.

To take part in the year’s biennale, You should submit your portfolio and... | Read More

“Jerusalem Syndrome” by Elna in Israel

Our friend Elna just sent us some images from his latest artwork “Jerusalem Syndrom” which was just completed as the title states in Jersualem, Isreal.

The Israeli artist brought to life another beautiful illustrative piece featuring a gazillion details that will keep you hypnotized for a long long time. Make sure to give him a follow on Instagram to be kept up to date with... | Read More

Mina Hamada & Zosen Bandido in Corbeil-Essonnes, France

Our friends Mina Hamada & Zosen Bandido teamed up with the good people from Gallery Mathgoth to work on a new project in the city of Corbeil-Essonnes, France.

The Argentinean-Japanese artist duo painted 5 walls over the course of 6 days, quite an impressive feature! The project entitled “Spring Colours” was imagined to celebrate Spring’s arrival, the growth and... | Read More

“Sleeping Beauty” Millo in Helsingborg, Sweden

Italian artist Millo created this eery installation in the orangery of the Sofiero Castle in Helsingborg, Sweden.

Sofiero castle was built in 1874 and soon it became the favorite summer residence of the King Gustaf IV Adolf. Before passing away he decided to left Sofiero residence to the city of Helsingborg so that the general public could enjoy it as much as he had. Nowadays the... | Read More

“Glocal” by Telmo & Miel in Cascais, Portugal

Our friends from Telmo & Miel just sent us some beautiful images from their latest large scale mural in Europe.

The Infinito Festival in Cascais Portugal had a theme in mind they wanted to work with, which the artists saw as an opportunity. The festival’s idea was to create something that represents local elements as well as Global elements. Therefor the theme name was... | Read More

Murone in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

While we last heard from him a few weeks ago in Europe, Murone is now in Asia where he just wrapped up this beautiful new work.

Painting on the streets of Kaohsiung in Taiwan, Murone brought to life another of his signature and vibrant abstract murals which will surely be enjoyed by the local residents for years to come.

As usual, more images are below so go ahead, take a look... | Read More

Bikismo in Werchter, Belgium

Puerto Rican superstar Bikismo just sent us a series of images from his latest artwork which was just completed in Belgium

In town for the latest edition of the North West Wall Festival, Bikismo was given an unusual canvas built with shipping containers. As usual with Bik, the result outstanding and simply pops out of the “wall”.

The piece shows some of his signature... | Read More

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