Does the world as we know it need a hard reset? International street artist DENIAL explores this question with his newest collection of visual subversions for Control Alt Delete, his inaugural exhibition at Melbourne’s Vs. Gallery. CONTROL+ALT+DELETE examines the current corporate power structures that seek to control our thoughts and lives and, ultimately, our wallets.
Australian adventure painter, Anthony Lister, unveils a candid and personal insight into his life as he challenges conservative Australia, whilst battling his own demons. Watch slack-jawed as he takes on the law and loses. Stare in amazement as he fails at parenting. Clutch your pearls as he unleashes raw fury on walls and bears all
French artist Ludo just returned to the streets of Paris in France with a striking fresh new piece. Entitled “R.I.P Banking System”, Ludo probably created the first large crypto-currency artwork. The piece is straightforward and shows a blooming Bitcoin flowers over funerary stones from the British pound, the US dollar, the Japanese yen, and the Euro.
French artist 100TAUR just completed the largest mural in Toulouse, after a continuous five weeks under extreme weather conditions. More details and pictures after the jump.
Interesni Kazki Waone bring us his distinctive visual universe of symbolic, complex and dreamlike nature which he has painted all over the world in the last decade – in the form of either monumental mural compositions created in the public space, canvas paintings and other mediums “The Planetary Motion” will be available in color as
It’s quite clear that our Irish friend Fin DAC was keeping his cards close to his chest with regards to his biggest project to date: a 4,000 square feet rooftop mural hidden in plain sight at Wynwood Walls. During the whole stay in Miami, the artist only posted pictures of a small mural/wall (located at Lulu Lab
Barry McGee has launched his second show with Cheim & Read in New York, accompanied by a catalogue with an essay by Katya Tylevich. For his new show McGee has assembled hundreds of artwork and his characteristic painted objects into a multi-room installation. The gallery’s ‘dome room’ comprises a series of shelves and pedestals, displaying ceramics