“Amers Perdus” by Michel Lauricella and Jean-Dominique Ferrucci in Paris, France

Michel Lauricella and Jean-Dominique Ferrucci are back with another paste-up on their home, Paris streets. Located on Rue des 2 Avenues, this piece is dedicated to migrants and it took the artists two long, rainy and cold nights to put up. We wanted to make a work about migrants. Because migrants are a symptom of

Kevin Ledo and Paola Delfin in Miami

Being artist friends, it’s bound to happen that a collaborative mural is going to come up. Kevin and Paola have been friends for quite a few years now and they hang out whenever the stars align and they are in the same city. They met in Cancun for the WAD mural festival almost 4 years

“On Game” by Gio Pistone in Pinerolo, Italy for StreetAlps festival

Gio Pistone is an Italian artist who has been active for many years, both working locally and on an international level. She has been drawing ever since she was a child as she was born in a house with a lot of musicians and artists, and that is how it all started. From the moment

Lu Yorlano and El Lolo in Córdoba, Argentina

Our good friend Lu Yorlano has just sent in some pictures of her latest collaboration work in Córdoba with her colleague El Lolo. They have been painting murals together with their collective project called “Sapo Rojo“, but until now they haven’t shared a wall to paint on! El Lolo and I have been painting some collective

Da Mental Vaporz Print release

Boom! Eye alert ! Members of the Da Mental Vaporz crew have released a series of limited edition prints through a new Print house in Lyon called  Remontee Mecanique So get your favorites images from Blo, Bom.K, Brusk, Jaw, Lek, Sowat and and Gris1 to come. More pictures below

Video: Banksy x Danny Boyle “The Alternativity”

The story of how Britain’s favourite artist Banksy teamed up with Britain’s favourite film director Danny Boyle to put on a moving nativity play at The Walled Off Hotel in December 2017. This exciting arts documentary film offers an alternative take on the nativity story. The unique, hour-long film follows the production of a contemporary

Hense – The Jaunt

Creating artwork from an early age, Alex Brewer quickly took on the moniker Hense and gained notoriety for his graffiti. Combining a street culture point of view with abstract compositions and vibrant colours, Alex uses playful lines and a wide variety of shapes in his work, always focusing on the relationship between those elements and