RONE unveils “Empire”, a stunning project in Melbourne

Rone just launched his latest project EMPIRE after twelve months in residence at the decaying Burnam Beeches property on the outskirts of Melbourne. The immersive art installation filled with fourteen portraits will be open to the public for a brief period soon before the building is totally revamped. Finding the friction point between beauty and...

Huge intervention by Jorge Rodríguez Gerada in Santa Coloma, Spain

Artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada creates a monumental heart at the Parc dels Pins, in Santa Coloma de Gramenet (Barcelona,) and the city’s multiculturalism beats through its veins. The inspiration for this project came when thinking of Santa Coloma de Gramenet as an essence, a heart, a CŎR where different stories, different hearts live together. A united...

RoamCouch in Honolulu, Hawaii

Japanese street artist Ryo Ogawa, better know as RoamCouch, recently flew to Hawaii to participate in POW! WOW! HAWAII 2019. After one month of preparing a hand-cut stencil, he spent 3 days working on the Hawaiian version of “When You Wish Upon A Star -Hawaii” on the streets of Kaka’ako. “I have gained inspiration from...



“Golden Future?” by Shepard Fairey in Honolulu

Shepard Fairey aka Obey Giant is currently in Hawaii where he was invited to paint in Honolulu by the good people of POW! WOW! Worldwide. The American street artist and his crew brought to life a beautiful new piece which is entitled “Golden Future?”. The artwork was created to address global warming and preserving the...

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Video: Ella & Pitr “Heavy Sleepers”

French artistic duo Ella & Pitr are well known for their signature huge sleeping giants they have been painting all over the world since 5 years. They finally decided to create a short clip, with most of all the “Heavy sleepers”, as a family portrait and a new step into their work. Their were amongst...

Gina Kiel in Whangarei, New Zealand

Another rad new piece coming straight from New Zealand with Wellington-based artist Gina Kiel which just completed this large mural on the streets of Whangarei. Gina’s piece is about opening up, sharing our internal colours as peaceful communication to foster connection with one another. “Tuia te muka Tangata” is to weave the threads of humanity, the theme...

Nuno Viegas in Leiden, The Netherlands

Nuno Viegas just sent us some images from his latest mural which was just completed somewhere on the streets of Leiden in Netherlands. Nuno Viegas, also known as Metis, is a Portuguese artist which presents us a contrast between the visually aggressive and sometimes dirty reality of the graffiti subworld and his peaceful and clean representation...

“Selenaia” by Fin Day in Whangārei, New Zealand

Our travelling Irish friend Fin Dac has just been in Whangārei in the north of New Zealand for the latest Street Prints Festival ‘Street Prints Manaia. Working to a theme of ‘Weaving the Threads of Humanity’ Fin chose to depict a model/muse of dual ethnicity/heritage: Maori and Filipino. The ‘spilt’ image shows traditional clothing from...