“October” by DIMITRIS TAXIS in Volos, Greece

Dimitris Taxis is keeping active in Greece where he has just finished a mural for Urban Act project, this time – in a coastal port Volos City. Artwork is located on a housing complex for workers at Nea Ionia district, which is mostly occupied by workers and immigrants and is a very poor district… In front

Coverage: Stroke Art Fair 2017

After an unexpected change of location, Stroke Art Fair returns in 2017 to the upgraded facility of the Zundapphalle docks in Munich, Germany, an historic venue, theater of glorious pieces left by street heroes such as Roa and Os Gemeos. The huge interior space houses dozens of artists and galleries, over a thousand paintings from

“Balance” by Artez in Jesenice, Slovenia

Artez is successfully continuing his European mural tour, with the latest stop being in Jesenice, an industrial town in between mountains in Slovenia. The artist has spent 6 days painting the mural named “Balance” on a 200 square metre wall for “Festeelval” art festival. Temporality of human life is caught in the shape of a candle. Living

“Herehia” by FinDAC in Papeete, Tahiti

It has been a while since we last heard from our Irish friend FinDAC on StreetArtNews, because as we all know FinDAC usually steers clear of mural festivals/events, but recently he has broken with that tradition to travel all the way to Central Southern Pacific to take part in the 4th edition of Ono’u Street Art and

WiseTwo with two largest murals to date in East and Central Africa

Project that took two weeks was commissioned by IBIS Styles Hotel (the first in the region) to have both sides of the building covered, which made this project what it is: largest murals ever painted in the East and Central African region, all done by globally recognised Kenyan artist by the name of WiseTwo. Artists murals

“Little Uhlan” by Mark Maksimovich, Alex Novitsky and AMOK in Śrem, Poland

Since late September the “Little Uhlan” adorns a block of flats in Śrem, Poland. This mural painting represents a boy on a rocking horse with a traditional polish pattern “Leluja” as background. Little Uhlan is a continuation of the mural series started in Śrem by Mark Maksimovich (MARKOSS) and Bartosz Wągrowski. Last year, the artists

“Kindred” by Sabek in Washington, DC

Sabek has recently spend some time Washington, DC where he pained beautifully coloured mural named “Kindred” for the District of Columbia. After 5 days of hard work on this brick wall, the message behind this mural falls along the lines of that we may fall in the opposite ends of the spectrum, but beneath the stereotypes