Recap: MURAL International Public Art Festival 2017 in Montreal, Canada

For the fifth time, MURAL International Public Art Festival has just wrapped up and we are very happy to bring you a quick recap! Festival that started on June 8th and finished 18th of June brought us some marvellous murals took place and enhanced an already impressive and well-rounded route of artwork from the Quartier des spectacles

‘Veľké Oči’ by Fin DAC in Bratislava

As stated on our last Fin DAC post, the Irish artist assured us that his street work for 2017 was about to increase… so here he is with what he thinks may be his largest mural to date. ‘Veľké Oči’ was painted over the course of 5 days for the annual Bratislava Street Art Festival

“The last winter” by Dulk in Churchill, Canada

The growing melting of the Arctic, caused by global warming, threatens the survival of polar bears. Polar bears need ice to walk, hunt and breastfeed their young. If there is no ice there is no rest, no food, and death begins to persecute them. The melting of the blocks forces them to swim for hundreds of

Ador & Semor Collaborate in Nantes, France

French street art duo Ador & Semor just teamed up on the streets of France to paint for the project Parade Balade et Distortion in the lovely city of Nantes. As usual with Ador and Semor, they created a large scale piece of work which is showing one of their signature comic-like bird-character carrying with him

“The popler” by Etnik in Mantova, Italy

Italian based artist Etnik has just finished his latest work for Without Frontiers festival, called “The popler” which is a tree that is important for the city, and the commercial in the past. The popler tree is floating and was created in artists signature style, avoiding geometric elements representing the urban landscape. Check out more

French Kiss Crew and Okuda team up for Paris Olympic 2024 bid

The City of Paris has been transformed into an arty Olympic park to support its bid for the 2024 Olympic Games.  Urban Art being one of the key cultural components of Paris, a 90 meters long collective work inspired by the Olympic rings has brought together graffiti artists from the French Kiss crew including Lek, Sowat,

“To build a home” by Snik in Goosegate, Nottingham

It has been quite a while since we last heard from our friends Snik on Streetartnews, but they are back with a new street art piece by the name of “To build a home”. It is a 4 layer hand cut stencil piece located in Nottingham, United Kingdom. Their first mural in Nottingham has been supporte by