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Hisham Echafaki New Mural in France

London based artist Hisham Echafaki spent some time in Burgundy, France where he painted a new mural depicting a gigantic Ibera turtle.

Initially known for his intricate surrealist compositions with trompe l’oeil effects and three dimensional paintings, the contemporary artist braved the intense canicule to paint this hyper realistic turtle. Strong advocate and protector of the fauna... | Read More

Victor Garcia Delgado & Cristian Blanxer in Spain

Victor Garcia Delgado & Cristian Blanxer recently completed this beautiful new piece on the wall of an old Muffins Factory from Alfamén, a small village in Spain.

Entitled “Wisdom Is Better…”, the artistic duo brought to life a very strong piece which will surely be enjoyed by the locals residents for years to come. The piece is also complimented by an excellent... | Read More

“Home” by Pøbel in Teriberka, Russia

“家” (“Home”), is Pøbel’s latest piece in Teriberka. More than 100 people in Teriberka have been forced to move from their homes. This is one of many beautiful buildings scheduled for demolition this year. Many locals have already been relocated to Kola and their neighbouring town, Lodeinoe. This makes way for development in tourism, and these vacant houses... | Read More

Coverage – ASVP Solo Exhibition “Super Matter” at GR Gallery LES, NYC

GR Gallery is pleased to present “SUPER MATTER”, a cutting edge solo show featuring the urban art collaborative duo ASVP, revealing for the first time a completely new body of artworks. The show will unveil 18 fresh works including paintings, prints and site specific installations, expressly designed for this event and manufactured to throw the viewer into a mesmerizing cosmos defined... | Read More

Cranio Creates “Jungle” Of Colorful New Works In Chicago

Brazilian artist Cranio (also known as Fabio de Oliveira Parnaiba) has been busy in Chicago!

While in town to celebrate the opening of his solo show “Jungle” at Vertical Gallery he’s put up a handful of colorful murals featuring his trademark blue Indian characters.

Cranio – Berwyn Public Art at Lavergne’s Tavern

The... | Read More

Banksy in Clevedon, UK

Elusive British artist Banksy just revealed a new street piece in the city of Clevedon, a beautiful Victorian seaside town overlooking the Severn Estuary in the United Kingdom.

While technically very simple, this stenciled street sign could have a lot of different interpretations. One of them being: the youth are burdened by carrying the weight of the old folks. The young have to deal... | Read More

“A Trip Around The Stars” by Zed1 in Montegranaro Italy

The last mural painted by Zed1 for the Veregra Street Festival in Montegranaro is entitled “Un viaggio per le stelle”, a trip around the stars.

Zed1’s walls aren’t simple drawings. They transform into imaginary illustrated fairy-tales that are capable of giving us the keys of multiple ways of understanding. His characters animate in front of our eyes, narrating fables that... | Read More

“Careless Whisper” by D*Face in Seattle

D*Face recently spent some time in Seattle, USA where he was in town for his latest solo exhibition at Treason Gallery.

The British street artist had enough time to create two new murals which will surely be enjoyed by the locals for years to come. The largest one is called “Careless Whisper” and features some of his signature images. The second mural is a tribute to... | Read More

Anti-War Mural by Eron in Cevo, Italy

Italian artist Eron has just painted a new piece of his series ‘Soul of the Wall’ on the façade of the former school building in Cevo, Camonica Valley, Italy for the Wall In Art project.

Created to commemorate the history of the village, as well as to bear witness to the tragic nature of war, the mural is the poetic fusion between painting and optical illusions inspired by the... | Read More

“No Matter the Wreckage” by Telmo Miel in Norway

Dutch artist duo Telmo Miel latest mural is painted in the heart of a small beautiful town called “Refvik”. This small place on the West Coast of Norway has endured a lot of disasters in the past. Wildfires, Storms, Nazi Invasions and Shipwrecks are part of their history.

This all started back in the days when a Captain cursed this town after his Ship sinked in front of the... | Read More

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