Martin Whatson for Dubai Street Museum in UAE

Norwegian artist Martin Whatson recently visited the streets of Dubai for the Dubai Street Museum organised by Brand Dubai and curated by Rom Levy and Sanaz Askari. Juxtapozing the curated theme of “The Past”, Martin spent a few days working on this large mural showing the traditional art of picking dates from Palm Trees. The

“The Union Jack” by REKA in London

Our friend James Reka just sent us some images from his latest artwork which was just completed on the streets of Shoreditch in East London. Entitled “The Union Jack”, the Australian artist painted a British themed wall showing fragments and elements of the aftermath of Brexit. Reka has been painting that same wall over and over

Temple Children ‘Revitalize Hilo’ Project

    TEMPLE CHILDREN ‘REVITALIZE HILO’ from TEMPLE CHILDREN on Vimeo.   A new vision of how arts and sustainability can make a change, that is Temple Children. An organization founded by Melbourne artist David ‘MEGGS’ Hooke and his partner Miya Tsukazaki, recently launched a creative platform that combines their life passions – food, art, and the

Waone Interesni Kazki’s mural for Art(Re)Public Festival

  Waone’s recent mural titled “Danger of Extinction” is dedicated to raise awareness about the North Atlantic whales. His mural was part of the festival Art(Re)Public in the city of Jacksonville, Florida.   A 3-day long mural and art expo, from November 11-13th, 2016, marked the inaugural participation of Art (Re) Public with PangeaSeed Sea

“La Petite Mort” by Faith 47 in India

“La Petite Mort” is the newest intervention by South-African artist Faith47 which took place around the streets of India. The lotus, while rooted in the mud, blossoms on long stalks floating above the muddy waters. This ability for something so strong and pure growing out of dirty water is symbolic of our struggle despite the

“Vergiss” by Fin DAC in Tucson, Arizona

We caught up with Irish artist Fin DAC recently and he informed us of some more of the artwork locations from his US tour: a 3 month trip zig-zagging around from state to state and city to city painting murals wherever he could. Somewhere in the middle of that tour, he spent a few days


    Our friends at PangeaSeed are pleased to announce the latest print of the ongoing Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously – Vol. 2 print suite by guest artist Nychos (Austria). The highlighted species of this edition is the threatened Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus Albacares).   “With it’s speed and beauty, the yellow