“Open To The Public” Alex Chinneck unzips a building in the UK

“Open To The Public” is Alex Chinneck latest surreal installation which just opened its door in Kent, United Kingdom. His newest work shows a giant zip opening the walls of a 1960’s building. The new installation pays homage to the building’s history of leather and textile factory. The piece took two months to be completed....

Jason Tetlak uses Beastie Boys as inspiration for world’s largest 3D painting

On July 24th, artist Jason Tetlak was officially recognized by Guinness World Records as having created the largest hand-painted 3D mural in the world. Tetlak’s mural resides in the Jacksonville neighborhood known as Brooklyn and features images of the internationally recognized music group the Beastie Boys. “The location was a big part of the inspiration...

“Phone Culture” group exhibition @ San Francisco’s Park Life curated by Yarrow Slaps

Phone Culture was thought up by artist/curator Yarrow Slaps, who is 27years old and San Francisco native. While visiting New York last summer, he was out of his element in a big city and found himself often people watching. Listening to passing conversations while walking down the lower east side/bedstuy streets, he began thinking the...



Tankpetrol in Bratislava, Slovakia

Polish Street Artist Tankpetrol recently finished working on a new mural for the latest edition of the Bratislava Street Art Festival in Slovakia. The artist uses both, free hand and stencils as his his medium, which he usuallyentangles with carefully placed background details. His works are highly detailed and central figures in his work are...

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“L’Arzdora” by Hyuro in Cotignola, Italy

Our friend Hyuro just sent us some images from the latest murals she created in Italy on the streets of Cotignola. The structure and composition of a family in Cotignola during the Eighteenth Century was marked by the lack of privacy, due to a multigenerational family life, with a codified and accepted hierarchical structure and...

“Emergence” by Daniel Popper in Portugal

The piece by Daniel Popper is entitled “Emergence” and it celebrating our inner nature. It symbolises a femenine multi cultural shamanic figure with three entrances into the womb . The inside of the female statue is covered with lush greenery emerging from the chest. The inner central part of the sculpture provided an intimate meeting space for...

Soda latest intervention in Santa Croce di Magliano, Italy

After a careful study of urban spaces in Santa Croce di Magliano for his work, SODA has created three artworks within three days. Materials, shadows and geometries have influenced the design of his latest street art pieces. In this way, the artworks have been able to dematerialize the walls and to open a dialogue with...

“Dengju” by Fin DAC in Paris, France

Personal circumstances have kept Irish artist Fin DAC away from the streets for much of this year but he’s back… with a bang. 10 long days in Pantin, Paris as part of ‘Ete Du Canal’ have resulted in ‘Dengju’: not just a mural but a kind of reinterpretation of a building. Taking his lead from...