David de la Mano in Montevideo, Uruguay

Returning to his origins, monochrome style master and a good friend of ours, David de la Mano, has just finished a personal project of his in an abandoned house around 20km from the centre of Montevideo. Artist is resuming to work in peripheral places, and these series of murals inhabit the house in the process of collapse…...

Retrospective: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: Os Gemeos in Mumbai

Elusive British street artist Banksy just officially acknowledged his “You Loot, We Shoot” mural that recently popped up in New York City as part of his mini trip in the United States of America. The stenciled artwork shows a business man in suit from the NYSE ( New York Stock Exchange ) quickly fleeing with...

“You Loot, We Shoot” by Banksy in New York City

Elusive British street artist Banksy just officially acknowledged his “You Loot, We Shoot” mural that recently popped up in New York City as part of his mini trip in the United States of America. The stenciled artwork shows a business man in suit from the NYSE ( New York Stock Exchange ) quickly fleeing with...

Artist Interview: Sea Creative

Starting from 2000, Sea released his flat colorful characters on the streets of Europe and in fascinating abandoned sites across Italy. His linear full-detailed style goes beyond real imagery, stretching to graphic design and experimentation. Those “big eyes” figures rise from a flat background where the words stop being meaningful in order to become decorative...



The Crystal Ship: OakOak in Ostend, Belgium (Part I)

French street artist OakOak is currently in Ostend, Belgium where he was invited to create several new site specific urban art pieces for the locals to enjoy. Hailing from Saint Etienne, France. He transforms mundane objects using cleverly placed, humorous doodles. He is inspired by the cartoons such as The Simpson’s, Futurama, and Calvin and Hobbes....

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The Crystal Ship: Work in Progress by Telmo Miel in Ostend, Belgium

Telmo Miel is also in Ostend, Belgium where they just started their wall for The Crystal Ship Street Art Festival. Telmo Miel is a Dutch artistic duo, best known as muralists and image makers while combining spray painting styles with classic Realism, Abstraction and Surrealism. Telmo and Miel currently live and work in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Check...

“El saludo” by Hyuro in Requena, Spain

Our friend Hyuro just sent us some images from her latest mural which was just completed somewhere on the streets of Requena, a municipality in eastern Spain, in the province of Valencia, located on the left bank of the river Magro. This wall is located next to the main Theater of Requena and is entitled...

PEJAC in New York City

Pejac recently visited NYC for the first time with a goal to spread his concerns about human relationship with nature through two new public interventions in Bushwick and Chinatown. Due to city’s size, density, public transportation infrastructure, and location, The Big Apple has been battling major environmental issues over the years, mirroring the problems of...

Alexis Diaz in Hong Kong For HKWalls

The one and only Alexis Diaz just wrapped up an impressive piece on the streets of Hong Kong for the always excellent HKWalls Street Art Festival. The Puerto Rican muralist spent about a week geared with black ink and his tiny brushes to create this ultra-detailed street art piece. The result with Alexis is once...