Tristan Eaton “Strange Future” An Exhibition of New Works Opening 10/3/19 NYC

STRANGE FUTURE is an exhibition by painter & muralist Tristan Eaton who is known for his maximalist collage and illustrative pop art style. The exhibition features a wide range of new works including large assemblages of spray paint on canvas, skateboard grip tape, auto body paint and laser etched textures.

“A Residency That No One Asked For” by Ludo in Greece

Ludo just returned from a self-organized residency in Greece a few days ago. Traveling around the beautiful countryside and coast, the French artist brought to life a series of new pieces that no one asked for. Born in 1976 in Paris, Ludo, began during his teenage years to express himself in the streets of his

Gary Stranger Paints a 350m Square Mural in London

The first ever London Mural Festival (LMF) will take place across London in September 2020. The festival sets out to use London as a vast canvas, painting a minimum of 20 new large-scale murals across the city, accompanied by a weekend of activity at Here East and Hackney Wick in East London. The weekend will

Tomokazu Matsuyama Takes Over Iconic Houston Bowery Wall

Japanese contemporary artist Tomokazu Matsuyma “Matzu” has just completed his 1,300 square foot mural at the iconic Houston Bowery Wall. Matzu and his unprecedented team of 12 assistants created an eye-catching mural with an incredibly detailed fine art technique of layering Japanese and American imagery with contemporary textile design that reflects New York City’s global

“Engeika” by Fin DAC in Berlin, Germany

It’s been a summer of firsts for Fin DAC. Following on from his virgin foray to Mexico, Fin DAC went back to one of his favourite haunts, Berlin, to paint (surprisingly) his first ever large mural there. And, as he has been doing more and more over the years, this one was much more about the integration

“SALT” by Paul Walters in Christchurch, New Zealand

Oi YOU! were asked to come up with a concept for a wall in the centre of Christchurch, Ōtautahi in Māori, in an area that has come to be know as the SALT district during the rebuild after the earthquakes. Once we’d realised that a three dimensional image was going to best fit the building’s

“Stardust” by RoamCouch in Fukushima, Japan

After painting several pieces in Tokyo, Japanese street artist Ryo Ogawa, better known as RoamCouch, recently stopped in Fukushima to participate in the local art event “Hirono Art Camp”. The stencil-master spent 4 days working on a brand new mural in a public park. The local kids joined the event to stencil and spray paint