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“GO FAST, PLAY MUSIC!” by Deih in Oropesa del Mar, Spain

Street artist Deih currently worked on a new mural entitled “GO FAST, PLAY MUSIC!”.  “SPEED ALWAYS FEELS GREAT, AND STOP ME FATAL” mentioned Deih. This wall is a tribute to his natural environment: movement. The mural was produced in collaboration with Rampuda Urban Art Festival in Oropesa del Mar, Spain wherein several well known artists created murals in different... | Read More

“#PRLOVE” and “MANATEE” by ROA, in Puerto Rico

Internationally renowned artist ROA is painting his animal murals in a roadtrip across Puerto Rico. He has completed over 15 murals and has just finished his largest on the Isla de Cabras; an infant manatee with an adult skeleton.

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“Stay Tuned…” Group Exhibit at WOAW Gallery in Hong Kong

WOAW Gallery presents its inaugural group show “Stay Tuned…” at their new gallery space, 9 Queens Road Central, Hong Kong. This exhibition is curated by a long-time friend of the gallery, Sasha Bogojev from Juxtapoz Magazine. The exhibition is viewing from 9th April –9th May, 2021.

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“Lucky Buddy vs RIP Banking System” by Ludo in Paris, France

French street artist Ludo is back with a new mural in the streets of Paris. His new piece is entitled “Lucky Buddy vs RIP Banking System” which is an upgraded version of the piece Ludo made back in 2017.

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Ben Frost – Open Studio & New Artwork

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Australian pop artist Ben Frost is throwing open the doors to his Melbourne studio this week. With over 100 new artworks on display, this is the first time his new workshop has been open to the public.

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Discovering Banksy – Part 6

Since the past decades, Banksy’s art thrived from the graffiti community in his home city, Bristol to a worldwide phenomenon. His stencils – with their recognisable style and often bearing searing political statements – have unexpectedly appeared in various cities across the globe.

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“Keep Your Eyes Open” by Atelier Louves and TAVU in Brussels, Belgium

“Keep Your Eyes Open” is the latest collaboration by artistic duo Atelier Louves and TAVU. The impressive mural is located at 70, Chemin Des Deux Maisons, 1200 Woluwe Saint Lambert, Brussels, Belgium.

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New mural by Tristan Eaton in Dallas, Texas

World renowned artist and designer, Tristan Eaton used The Stack as his larger than life 8,500 square foot canvas to paint a mural concept that pays homage to Deep Ellum’s roots and its future. Tristan’s vision behind this empowering mural was inspired by Dallas’ first Black architect William Sidney, the music scene, native fashion icon – Jerry Hall, and the Texas armadillo. In... | Read More

Coverage: “Domesticity” Group Exhibition at Volery Gallery, Dubai

Last March 15th, Volery Gallery opened Domesticity, its inaugural exhibition curated by Sasha Bogojev Curator and Contributing Editor at Juxtapoz Magazine. The group exhibition presents a selection of all-new, previously unseen, original works by 17 international artists. The presentation revolves around the exploration of interior spaces as the fated environment for mankind.

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Coverage: “Domesticity” Group Exhibition at Volery Gallery, Dubai

Last March 15th, Volery Gallery opened Domesticity, its inaugural exhibition curated by Sasha Bogojev Curator and Contributing Editor at Juxtapoz Magazine. The group exhibition presents a selection of all-new, previously unseen, original works by 17 international artists. The presentation revolves around the exploration of interior spaces as the fated environment for mankind.

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