“We Live Here” by RoamCouch in Gifu, Japan

Japanese street artist Ryo Ogawa, better known as RoamCouch, spent 2 full days working on a brand new piece entitled “We Live Here” on the streets of Gifu, Japan. This gorgeous stenciled art was created as part of his project “Emotional Bridge Project”, the purpose of which is to revitalize his lovely hometown using street

Artist Interview: D*Face

However vast and boundless the movement has become, it is not possible to talk about street art without mentioning D * Face. His unmistakable style has colonized the streets of the world, maintaining that genuine approach he started to paste up simple stickers on British street lamps 20 years ago. We caught up with Dean

“Parisian Ketchup” & “Nature(Netflix)Morte” by Ludo in Paris

Strolling through the streets of Paris, you might stumble upon these new pieces from Ludo. His unmistakable imagery tells you right away when you spot one of his artworks in the city of lights. With “Parisian Ketchup” and “Nature(Netflix)Morte”, the French street artist created satiric artworks based on two mega commercial brands. While most of

Banksy new street piece on Marsh Lane, Bristol

Banksy recently returned to his hometown of Bristol in the UK where he just unveiled this brand new stenciled artwork in Barton Hill. Located on Marsh Lane, BS5, the elusive British artist created this image of a young girl using her slingshot to throw red flowers on the wall. Interesting detail is that some flowers spilled

“Imaginary City” Embraces The History of Norway’s Nuart Festival

Premiered during Nuart Aberdeen 2019 a little under one year ago, Imaginary City by MZM projects‘ Kristina Borhes and Nazar Tymoshchuk brings us an exclusive look inside the philosophy of one of the world’s first and oldest “Street Art” festivals – Nuart. Organized annually since 2001, with Nuart Aberdeen added to the mix since 2017,

POW! WOW! Book Signing & Release

Since its founding in Hong Kong in 2009, the POW! WOW! mural festival has grown into a global leader in the street art movement. Thousands of internationally renowned contemporary, street and graffiti artists have contributed to the project, creating large scale works of public art throughout the United States, Japan, Korea, Rotterdam, Israel, Guam and

JR Unveils Massive Outdoor Mural In Domino Park, His Largest To Date In Ny

The Brooklyn Museum unveiled the renowned French artist JR’s new massive outdoor mural in Domino Park in Williamsburg. This the latest mural in a series of murals he has made cross Brooklyn in connection with his Brooklyn Museum exhibition, JR: Chronicles currently on view. For this mural, titled “The Chronicles of New York”, he photographed