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KAI “Attack” Limited Edition Print – Available July 7th

Japanese artist KAI have collaborated with ArtPort for his latest limited edition screenprint entitled “Attack”.  Attack comes in an edition of 50 and measures 50 x 50 cm.

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Kai is a self-taught artist who started creating art in October 2021. He paints... | Read More

KAI “Attack” Limited Edition Print – Available July 7th

Japanese artist KAI have collaborated with ArtPort for his latest limited edition screenprint entitled “Attack”.  Attack comes in an edition of 50 and measures 50 x 50 cm.

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Kai is a self-taught artist who started creating art in October 2021. He paints... | Read More

“Mr. Günter, The Cat Show” exhibition by Javier Calleja in Tokyo, Japan

After passing through Almine Rech Paris with “This Is Your Lucky Day” and his recent collaboration with Hypebeans, the prestigious coffee shops in Hong Kong and Seoul, on June 25 Javier Calleja arrived in Tokyo to inaugurate a new solo exhibition curated by Nanzuka, “Mr. Günter, The Cat Show”.

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LGBTQ+ Mural by Eva Hansen Sjøvold in Oslo, Norway

Eva Hansen Sjøvold (21) has painted Norway’s first LGBTQ+ mural as part of Løkka-Lykke street art festival in Oslo

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Held in the central district of Grünerløkka, Løkka-Lykke announced itself on the street art scene in 2021 with... | Read More

“Abeona” by Rona Smith in Paddington, London

Commissioned by JCDecaux, sculptor Rona Smith has created Abeona, a major new 50ft cast bronze artwork in the heart of Paddington, inspired by the architecture of travel. The permanent sculpture will be unveiled in a private ceremony on Monday 27th June 2022.Rona Smith says, ‘Since public transport networks play such an integral role in our daily lives, I found inspiration for Abeona... | Read More

“Abeona” by Rona Smith in Paddington, London

Commissioned by JCDecaux, sculptor Rona Smith has created Abeona, a major new 50ft cast bronze artwork in the heart of Paddington, inspired by the architecture of travel. The permanent sculpture will be unveiled in a private ceremony on Monday 27th June 2022.Rona Smith says, ‘Since public transport networks play such an integral role in our daily lives, I found inspiration for Abeona... | Read More

“Pasta, Panda, Beretta e Mandolino – Made in Italy” by Urka in Turin, Italy

Street artist Urka just worked on his latest mural located at Parco Dora, Turin, Italy. The mural entitled “Pasta, Panda, Beretta e Mandolino – Made in Italy” was made in collaboration with artist MrFijodor.

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“Urban Break” Street Art Fair in Seoul, South Korea

URBAN BREAK, was known as the “hip and hot exhibition” last summer and was visited by more than 40,000 people even during the peak of COVID-19 in 2021 is coming back this summer. URBAN BREAK 2022 will be held at COEX Hall B in Seoul for four days from July 21st to 24th, 2022 plans to solidify its status as Asia’s largest urban & street art fair with a stronger artist lineup and... | Read More

“Rendición” by Koz Dos in Trnava, Slovakia

Venezuelan street artist Koz Dos have recently worked on a new mural in Trnava in the event of Slovakia Street Art Festival.

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Koz Dos  is active in the streets as well as internationally organised events. He combines graffiti style walls mixed with realistic faces... | Read More

“WELCOME” by Pejac in Aberdeen, Scotland

For his latest intervention, Pejac chose the entrance of a building in the very centre of the city of Aberdeen (Scotland). This property was specifically chosen because it hosts many charities as well as homes for vulnerable residents facing social exclusion.

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