“Hit the Lights” mural collaboration by Sebas Velasco & Telmo Miel in Rotterdam

Seb Velascos and Telmo Miel recently collaborated on a brand new urban art mural somewhere on the streets of Rotterdam in Netherlands for the Sober Collective. Entitled “Hit The Lights”, the new piece is impressive as ever and feature each artists’ distinctive imagery and signature styles. It’s always interesting to see collaborative pieces that truly

“Poesía” and “Magica” by Boa Mistura in São Paulo

This month, the good people from Boa Mistura have been back to the Favela of Vila Brasilandia, located in north São Paulo, Braazil to continue the project “Luz Nas Vielas”. In January 2012, the art collective painted a series of words strategically scattered in different alleys in the favela, known as “vielas”. They wrote “Amor, Beleza,

Artist Interview: Blek Le Rat

Blek Le Rat (born Xavier Prou) has been painting on walls longer than most reading this article have been alive. He’s influenced generations of graffiti writers, street/urban artists, and vandals all around the world. He studied fine art and architecture at Beaux-Arts in Paris, but the the confines of a studio or classroom couldn’t contain

“Wandering community” by David De La Mano in Montevideo, Uruguay

David De La Mano just finished working on another signature street art mural in the district of La Blanqueada on the streets of Montevideo in Uruguay. Entitled “Wandering community / Comunidad errante”, David De La Mano spent a few days working on this black and white piece showing a myriad of his trademark characters walking towards an

“Bright Future” by TwoOne in Melbourne

Japanese artist TwoOne is back in Melbourne from Berlin and recently completed a large mural in Richmond in a neighbourhood known for it’s Vietnamese influence… The impressive fifty metre long piece took about five days to paint and features the water buffalo which is the national animal of Vietnam as well as the tiger which is

“Costanoans” by Pastel in California

Argentinean muralist Pastel just sent over some brand new images of his latest artwork which was recently completed somewhere on the streets of San Leandro in California. Entitled “Costanoan”, the piece’s title targets a type Native American people from the Northern California coast. When Spanish explorers and missionaries arrived in the late 18th century, the Ohlone inhabited

“Swallow” by Ludo in Roubaix, France

Prolific French artist Ludo just returned from Northern France where he spent a few days working on what may be his largest piece to date on the streets of Roubaix. Painting for the “La Condition Public Museum”, the Paris-based muralist brought to life this superb new piece entitled “Swallow”. 20 meters high by 36 meters wide,