“Airhead” by SHOK-1 IN Hackney, United Kingdom
October 16, 2020
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Bristish artist SHOK-1 just worked on a new mural in collaboration with London Mural Festival. The said mural is located in Hackney, United Kingdom. It features SHOK-1’s unique spraypaint X-ray style. A cool blend of street and science, SHOK-1’s artworks have tremendous resonance with a wide range of demographics: from fans of pop culture, contemporary and…
“STRENGTH” by PEJAC in Cantabria, Spain
October 16, 2020
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Marking the historic moment in global history, a pandemic that strongly affected his homeland taking over 50,000 lives so far, Spanish artist Pejac recently created 3 interventions at University Hospital Marqués de Valdecilla in his hometown Santander. Entitled after the quality of being strong, much needed in the world we live today, and especially within…
Discovering Banksy – Part 1
October 14, 2020
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Over the past decades, Banksy have been one of the biggest (if not the biggest) names in the street art scene. Banksy’s rise to fame and notoriety was born from his controversial and often politically-charged stencilled graffiti works. Originally from England, Banksy’s work grew out from the Bristol underground art scene into a global phenomenon. While it…
“Pindorama” by Rimon Guimarães in São Paulo, Brazil
October 14, 2020
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Brazilian multi-disciplinary artist Rimon Guimarães recently worked on a new wall in Largo do Arouche, São Paulo. His artwork entitled “Pindorama” is 777 square meter mural. Pindorama refers to Brazil before colonization. the jaguar symbolizes the land in which we live in — the environmental awareness and strength. Its tail is a snake bringing the symbolism of…
Nafir “Emptiness Of You” Limited Edition Original Artwork Edition – October 22nd
October 14, 2020
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Iranian artist Nafir have collaborated with StreetArtNews for this series of limited edition artworks entitled “Emptiness Of You”. These artworks will be released by October 22, Thursday, 5PM UK time. It comes in 4 different editions and a unique one. The artworks will be priced at 590$ and will be available on StreetArtNews store. “Emptiness Of You”…
New Mural by Etnik in Turin, Italy
October 13, 2020
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Graffiti-artist Etnik is back with another big wall. This new mural is located in front of a school in Turin, Italy. The idea of this wall was born during the lockdown. Etnik with this paint wants to create a window with a fantastic landscape behind, for the children that will come back to school after 7 months of…
“Catanzaro ColorFul 2020” by Massimo Sirelli in Italy
October 12, 2020
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Italian artist Massimo Sirelli recently finished with his project “Catanzaro Colorful”. It is located on the breakwaters of the port of Catanzaro – this project aims to transform one of the most characteristic points of the city into a new “wing” of a large open-air museum. As Sirelli illustrated the details of the work, it…
Coverage: “NOBODY’S BABY” by Austyn Weiner at Carl Kostyál Gallery, London
October 7, 2020
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Talented multimedia artist, Austyn Weiner recently opened a new show entitled ‘Nobody’s Baby’ last Monday, October 5th, at Carl Kostyál in London. ‘NOBODY’S BABY’ is about independence; both forced and found. A growing into oneself when longing to grow into another. The desperation and desire for answers that do not exist. ‘NOBODY’S BABY’ is a…
New Murals by Mantra, Mohamed l’Ghacham, and Oli-B in Wevelgem, Belgium
October 5, 2020
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All About Things recently painted three new murals in Wevelgem, Belgium with street artists Mantra, Mohamed l’Ghacham and Oli-B. These works were derived from extensive neighbourhood participation; they have been talking with the residents for over one year prior to the first drop of paint. Through neighbourhood participation, they were able to create art which strengthens communities,…
“Concrete Jungle” by Xenz in Sandvika, Norway
October 5, 2020
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British street artist Xenz has created a colourful concrete jungle in Sandvika, Oslo. This project was commissioned by Sandvika By in collaboration with Bærum kommune, and produced by Street Art Oslo, the work took five days to complete. It was undertaken by the artist during a month-long stay in the Norwegian capital this summer. Despite…

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