“ALL IN ALL WIN” by Marina Capdevila in Bergamo, Italy

Marina Capdevila just sent us some images from her first big wall ever. This mural was painted for DOMINADOMNA, a festival focused on female creativity through multidisciplinary projects as theater, music, cinema and art in Bergamo, Italy. “ALL IN ALL WIN” was painted on the facade of Guido Galli Institute. This mural is a reflection on the contraversies of

“The Falls” by David De La Mano in Montevideo, Uruguay

Our good friend David De La Mano has just sent us some images from his latest artwork which was created on the streets of Montevideo in Uruguay. Called “The Falls”. This is yet another monochrome signature style piece by the artist that is on the streets of Montevideo. Take a look at more images below of the

Interview: Plastic Jesus

Over the past four years Plastic Jesus has been using Los Angeles as his playground to showcase his witty brand of street art.  Originally  a photojournalist from the UK, Plastic Jesus moved to Los Angeles and taught himself how to cut stencils.  Known for his in your face stencils and large sculptures Plastic Jesus has

Murals in medieval town of Civitacampomarano, Italy by Gola Hundun

Recently Gola Hundun visited Civitacampomarano, almost abandoned town in the heart of Molise region in Italy to paint countless murals all over it. Civitacampomarano is populated by only 400 people, and it is an amazing medieval town where it looks like the time stopped during the 70s. Recently the town was bitten by an unexpected landslide which was

Brandalism & Medicom Toy’s unveil three Banksy Collaborations

Two years ago, UK anti-advertising output Brandalism and Medicom Toy joined forces to create a special toy collaboration that featured Banksy‘s “Flower Bomber” produced as a vinyl toy. Flash forward to 2017, and the two just unveiled a series of new collaborations that are inspired by three pieces created by the British Graffiti artist. “Bomb Hugger”,

Dirty Artworks by Nikita Golubev in Moscow, Russia

In his Moscow’s neighborhood, Russian artist Nikita Golubev aka Pro Boy Nick uses dirt found on trucks and vans to draw with his fingers ephemeral artworks. The spectacular results is clearly reminding us of the reverse graffiti technic. Seeing those dirty pieces, only rain will be able to erase these temporary artworks. The owners love

“PA_1277, 1278 & 1279” By Invader In Paris

Once again, the one and only Mr Space Invader unveiled a series of brand new urban invasions on the streets of his hometown, Paris in France! For Space Invader, the liberation of art goes beyond the confines of gallery walls. Taking a step further, he brings the video game Space Invaders into our physical world, materialises the