The third edition of FestiWall, the southernmost public art festival in Europe – just kicked off on September 24th and will run for an entire week, until Saturday September 30th, with the main purpose to beautify the city and transform the community. Turning Ragusa, Sicily into an open-air museum where walls and artists will
Spanish based artist Sabek has been invited by Colorba festival to Buenos Aires where he has painted a mural called “Caballo Chúcaro” – of a horse that prefers dying rather than being ridden, based on an old story from La Pampa. It took the artist 4 days to paint this mural with all the fun in Argentina! Check
Lu Yorlano has just sent in some pictures of her latest work in Argentina, but this time – it’s coming from the streets of San Juan for a mural festival called “Maaanso”. It took the artist three days to paint on a massive 27 metre long wall located at the back of a local cemetery entrance.
Earlier this month, David de la Mano was invited for Vision Art Festival in Crans, (Valais) Switzerland where he has painted a mural called “Skyline mountain” on an apartment building, above a post office in the heights of Swiss mountains… Not just a black & white piece – this time incorporating some red figures. Take a look at
Born in Zürich in 1969, artist by the name of REDL developed a passion for drawing from an early age. When the hip-hop culture and particularly graffiti grew in Europe during the early eighties, he was immediately fascinated by this new form of creative expression and sprayed his first painting in 1983. Since 1994, REDL has
David de la Mano was invited for Urban Nation in Berlin earlier this month where he worked next to Deih to create yet another monochrome signature style piece on the streets of Berlin. The artist didn’t lack on detailing out the mural – every single detail can be seen once up close on each one of the figures featured
Rustam Qbic recently visited Shanghai, China, taking part in the Color, Way of Love, Art + City Project there. For this occasion he painted a new large mural titled “Dreams” showing constant progression and evolution of his visual language and technique. Persistent about creating works that carry universal messages and celebrate life, youth and the future, Russian