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Monumental Graffiti & Street Art Exhibition “Beyond The Streets” Comes To Brooklyn In June

“Beyond The Streets”, the exhibition of graffiti, street art that debuted last year in Los Angeles announced today that it will head to the art form’s epicenter: New York, on June 21st.

The show celebrates society’s most pervasive mark makers and rule breakers with a sprawling showcase of work by more than 150 artists from around the world.

The exhibition will... | Read More

“Dedale” by Pantonio in Vannes, France

Portuguese Artist Pantonio recently travelled to the city of Vannes, a walled town in the Brittany region of northwest France.

DéDalE (a maze in French) is a city project settled in a former public services building abandoned since the end of 2016. Located in the very heart of the city, in the county of Morbihan, in Brittany and next to the marina, this building by the sea used to be... | Read More

“Gold Mine” a Prison project by Pejac in Spain

Determined to continue the conveying of his extraordinary views and art in the most peculiar places, from Al-Azraq refugee camp in the deserts of north Jordan to abandoned factories in Croatia, Pejac recently completed a series of interventions within the oldest prison in Spain, the Penitentiary Center of El Dueso.

Located at the entrance of artist’s hometown of Santander,... | Read More

“Gray Habitat” by David De La Mano in Berlin

Long time world traveller David De La Mano is now in Berlin where he was invited by the good people from Urban Nation.

Painting for the “One Wall” mural project curated by Yasha Young, the talented artist brought to life one of his over-sized shadows in the streets of Berlin. Entitled “Gray Habitat”, the piece was painted using black and gray ink against a white... | Read More

Titanes Project: Okuda, Bicicleta Sem Freio & Hell’o in Spain

The first wave of the Titanes Project has started around the Madrid region in Spain! The Titanes Project is seeing the creation of a series of giant murals on unused silos in the province of Ciudad Real. As well as its importance in terms of cultural heritage, the project aims to encourage social inclusion through art.

Okuda, Bicicleta Sem Freio and Hell’O just completed their... | Read More

“Rainbow inc. Tower Bridge” by RoamCouch in Tokyo, Japan

After painting a piece in Hawaii, Japanese street artist Ryo Ogawa, better know as RoamCouch, wrapped up a brand new mural on the streets of Tokyo, Japan. Entitled “Rainbow inc. Tower Bridge”, this breathtaking work of art is the sequel to “Rainbow inc.”, which initially helped to earn him his reputation. It was one year in gestation and one month to create the stencil sheets by hand... | Read More

“Pecho/Espalda” by Elian in San Juan, Argentina

The one and only Elian is back with a brand new full facade that was just finished in San Juan, a valley city east of the Andes Mountains, in west-central Argentina.

The finished piece is 30 x 6 meters monster and can be seen on the Contegrand Cultural Center.

Specializing in Abstract works, the Argentinean artist is an expert at color matching and this new piece will surely be a... | Read More

2501, Luca Barcellona, Rancy and Zedz in Milan, Italy

The project POLI Urban Colors has seen it at work, on the inner and adjacent walls to the Campus Bovisa-Durando of Politecnico di Milano, 2501, Luca Barcellona, Rancy and Zedz.

Alongside them were 20 Politecnico students, selected from a call, who got the opportunity to assist them and take advantage of a valuable training experience, and to create either a personal or collective... | Read More

Recap: The Crystal Ship Festival 2019 in Ostend, Belgium

The Crystal Ship Street Art Festival 2019 has wrapped up another series of impressive murals which were created in the city of Ostend in Belgium.

For the fourth year in a row, the organizers and curator Bjørn Van Poucke brought a stellar line-up to the Belgian’s coast city. This year contenders included:

Case Maclaim (DE) – Crystal Wagner (USA) – David Walker (UK) –... | Read More

Pilpeled in Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Isreali artist Pilpeled just emailed us a bunch of images from his latest mural that was just completed somewhere on the streets of Venice Beach in Los Angeles.

Working in black and white, Pilpeled created some of his signature imagery with this series of young cheeky children wearing native-Indian headwear . As usual with Pilpeled, the monochrome gives a great contrast to the piece... | Read More

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