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“NON PLUS ULTRA” by Gonzalo Borondo in Salamanca, Spain

Gonzalo Borondo recently presented his new sculptural work entitled “NON PLUS ULTRA” at the Salamanca Facyl Festival in Spain that can be visited from the 22nd of September to the 31st of October. In this installation, Gonzalo Borondo reflects on the concept of limits. The installation has been conceived as an experiential path in contact with a limit, a transparent labyrinth of... | Read More

“There Was A Fault” by Seth Globepainter in Grigny, France

Seth Globepainter recently finished his last wall entitled “There Was A Fault” for sixth edition of Wall Street Art Festival of the Grand Paris Sud. The mural is located at the heart of La Grande Borne in Grigny, France. “There Was A Fault” represents a child who seems to push the walls so that nature takes back its rights. A fault is then created, cracking the wall... | Read More

Artist Retrospective: Martin Whatson

Martin Whatson (b.1984) is a Norwegian street artist best known for his calligraphic scribbles in grayscale voids. Over the past decade, Martin has developed an unmistakable aesthetic combining abstract movement with figurative stencilled compositions. His works can be seen to mirror the rise and fall of the streets, as he symbolically recreates the urban environment, then vandalises it to... | Read More

Mural by Mr Cenz in South London

London based graffiti artist Mr Cenz just worked on a mural for London Mural Festival that is taking place this September 2020. The breathtaking wall is located on Selhurst Park Stadium – home of the Crystal Palace Football Club. According to Mr Cenz it was an honour to create something special in an area close to his heart and with strong personal connections.

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“Dualismo” by Vesod in Campobasso, Italy

Italian Artist Vesod recently worked on a new mural for the 7th edition of Antonio Giordano Urban Art Award (Premio Antonio Giordano) in Santa Croce di Magliano, Italy. The artwork, entitled “Dualismo”, has been made on the facade of a private building in the heart of the village. The composition offers a real oneiric vision, where architectures, female bodies and machines merge together... | Read More

“EU-TOPIA” by Etnik in Imola, Italy

Urban artist Etnik recently worked on a new wall for Restart Urban festival in Imola, Spain. The mural entitled EU-TOPIA represents a mix among Etnik big open architecture shapes and an internal machinery which represents the floating beating heart of the city. It is a collaboration between Etnik and Diste, a young artist based in Turin.Etnik is considered as one of the most active and... | Read More

“ANHELO” by Sabek in Vigo, Spain

Spanish artist Sabek just finished another mural entitled “Anhelo” in Avenida Atlántida, Vigo, Spain. This mural was created for Vigo Cidade de Cor, an Art festival in public spaces held in the city of Vigo.

Sabek is recognized internationally for his large-scale murals depicting clear, black, almost stamp-like figures usually inspired by nature and animals. His subjects... | Read More

“ANHELO” by Sabek in Vigo, Spain

Spanish artist Sabek just finished another mural entitled “Anhelo” in Avenida Atlántida, Vigo, Spain. This mural was created for Vigo Cidade de Cor, an Art festival in public spaces held in the city of Vigo.

Sabek is recognized internationally for his large-scale murals depicting clear, black, almost stamp-like figures usually inspired by nature and animals. His subjects... | Read More

Interactive Neon Mural #9 by Spidertag in Söderhamn, Sweden

After 9 months of silence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Spidertag is finally back on the streets of Sweden to participate in a street art festival called “Take Tomorrow Back”. In order to celebrate the city’s 400th anniversary, the Madrid based street artist wrapped up a brand new neon light creation on the streets of Söderhamn.

Entitled “Interactive Neon Mural #9”, this... | Read More

“Rock Climber” and “Passé” by Martin Whatson in Aalborg, Denmark

International artist Martin Whatson is back on the lift after Covid19 forced him to take a long break. During the last few days there has been many trips up and down the 18 meters high wall of downtown Aalborg where the artist has just finished his mural as part of the sixth edition of the mural project “Out in the Open” of Kirk gallery.

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