“Dilemma” by David de la Mano in Montevideo, Uruguay

Monochrome style master and a good friend of ours, David de la Mano, has just finished a mural called “Dilemma” on the streets of Montevideo. The artwork was done for Festival de Arte Urbano de Montevideo II, and most of the walls painted during the festival were of the women’s prison in the neighbourhood of La Comercial,

Reka – “SCARLET”

Australian contemporary artist Reka returns to his hometown of Melbourne to present ‘SCARLET’, his first new solo show in 4 years. A brooding mix of Berlin nightlife, Japanese Shibari rope bondage and post-cubist figurative studies, this is one of his most mature exhibitions to date. Influenced by his graffiti background and techniques, as well as

Banksy on Coney Island Avenue in New York City

Elusive British street artist Banksy just confirmed a new street piece that appeared a few days ago on Coney Island Avenue in Brooklyn. Dubbed “The Whip” and as usual with Banksy, the stencil goes straight to the point. It shows a business-man whipping a group of people using a whip depicted as a stock-market graph. If

“Le colosse aux pieds d’argile” by Monkeybird in Paris, France

French duo Monkeybird just wrapped up an impressive piece of work in Paris for a collaboration between Nanterre University and the Musée du Louvre… This project born for the 50th anniversary of May 1968 (Nanterre University it’s was a crucial place for the philosophy of May 1968). The goal for this project was to use art piece from


From the 17-24 MARCH 18 an old car workshop in Wilhelmsaue 32 in Wilmersdorf, Berlin, is being transformed by over 60 Berliners – a week before the demolition.  With some of the proceeds, the AWO Kita Kinderwald day care center is being established for children. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7NuQWEUMUk Featuring artists: ONUR / WENU / FINO / LOOMIT

“Chrome Rabbit” by Bikismo in Dubai, UAE

Our friend Bikismo recently spent some time in the United Arab Emirate where he was invited to paint for the Dubai Canvas 2018 event. The Puerto Rican muralist spent a few days working under the intense heat to create some of his signature imagery for the locals to enjoy. The end-result is once again very

“Grandma’s Garden” by Pastel in Buenos Aires

Argentinean muralist Pastel just sent us some images from his latest artwork which was just revealed somewhere on the streets of Buenos Aires in Argentina. Entitled “Grandma’s Garden”, Pastel brought to life some of his signature plant-based imagery for the locals to enjoy. The idea of a garden-form, characteristic of housing typologies in residential neighbourhoods,