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“Personal Radiography” by Cristina Daura in Barcelona for the 12+1 Project

Cristina Daura is an illustrator from Barcelona with a particular style, an approach between classic comics and Fauvism. She studied illustration in La Massana, complementing her studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art (Baltimore). After spending several years with jobs that did not make her happy, she decided to embark on what filled her the most: drawing comics and illustrating in... | Read More

“Martine in the forest” by Telmo Miel in Versailles, France

Street Art duo Telmo Miel just dropped a brand new mural in Versailles, France thanks to the people from the Quai36 project. The piece is entitled “Martine in the forest” and features the artists impeccable technique.

The reflection is on nature, its place in our cities and our relationship with it. About the protection of our planet and questioning the concept of... | Read More

Vhils’ scratches the surface of Denmark

The Out in the Open project aims to bring art out of the gallery and into the streets, making it available to the many rather than the few. Launched by KIRK Gallery in 2014, it has been bringing some of the World’s most recognized urban artists to the cityscape of Aalborg, Denmark, for large scale murals.

Adding another mural to the project the gallery is happy to unveil Alexandre... | Read More

Fresh Flowers by Ludo in Paris

Ludo just dropped a series of new pieces somewhere on the busy streets of his hometown Paris in France.

Geared up with his artworks and glue, the French artist once again brought to life two oversized mutant flowers. The thorns are replaced with human-made barb-wire. Ludo has been mixing up nature and human-made weaponry or tools for the past decade on the streets and in the... | Read More

“Bombing walls and painting bridges” Mau Mau Exhibition @ Chicago’s Vertical Gallery

Our friend Mau Mau returns to Vertical Gallery with first-ever U.S. solo art show

“Bombing walls and painting bridges” features the newest work from Mau Mau, who made his Vertical Gallery debut in mid-2017 with the collaborative exhibit “Foreign Policy,” co-headlined by his co-conspirator Beejoir. Mau Mau will attend the “Bombing walls and painting bridges” opening... | Read More

“Edward Bruce” by ACHES in Dundalk, Ireland

ACHES was just invited by the good people from Seek Dundalk to paint for their first ever festival.

As usual with ACHES, the piece is technically incredible and shows an image of “Edward Bruce”, the disputed last High King of Ireland.

Painted on Francis street in Dundalk, a couple of feet from where he was crowned High King of Ireland in 1315. Bruce died in the Battle... | Read More

“Process of Acceleration” by Li-Hill in Grenoble, France

Canadian artist Li-Hill just wrapped up “Process Of Acceleration”, a large new mural in France for the Street Art Fest Grenoble Alpes.

Based on research about Grenoble, this piece speaks about the technological and environmentally focused innovation hub that Grenoble has become. How the geographic setting of Grenoble amid the mountains and rushing rivers, allowed for the... | Read More

PEETA in Mannheim, Germany

PEETA recently stopped in the lovely city of Mannheim in Germany to create a new piece for the Stadt Wand Kunst Street Art Festival.

Supported by the good lads from Montana Cans, PEETA brought to life another of his surreal optical illusion. The technique is simply stellar and it looks like the artwork was built into the house.

Peeta, also known as Manuel Di Rita, is a graffiti... | Read More

Coverage: “IKIGAI” StreetArtNews Summer Group Exhibition, Tokyo

Last week in Japan, StreetArtNews opened its Summer Group Exhibition “IKIGAI” at Basement Ginza in Tokyo.

Ikigai is a Japanese concept that means “a reason for being.” The word “Ikigai” is usually used to indicate the source of value in one’s life or the things that make one’s life worthwhile. The word translated to English roughly means “thing that you live... | Read More

James Bullough in Sweden for Artscape Festival

James Bullough just sent us some images from his newest artwork which was recently completed in Sweden for the always excellent Artscape Festival.

The piece is inspired by the Celtic Fairytale of Niamh Chinn Óir, the fairy queen of the magical land across the sea. Known for her beautiful golden hair and white horse the story tells of her doomed love affair with a mortal man and... | Read More

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