Over the past couple of weeks we have been following the works in progress from the international participating artists to the 2018 Edition of The Crystal Ship in Ostend, Belgium, curated by Bjørn Van Poucke. With over 50 murals and interventions throughout the city, it’s the largest mural festival in Europe and open air museum.
This coming May Bank holiday EndoftheLine will host a fantastic 3 day weekend festival in the heart of Shoreditch filled with live art, music, and over 80 artists painting their unique styles and collaborating on walls from Brick Lane to Cheshire Street. The unique venue at the heart of the festival is the Nomadic Community
A crazy All-Star street art collaboration just went up this week in Europe, Germany for the first edition of the Berlin Mural Festival. Herakut, Onur and Wes21 are crazy and brought to life a stunning piece of work. The piece reads “As Long As You Are Standing, Give a Hand To Those Who Have Fallen”.
Alex Brewer, also known as HENSE, is an American artist, best known for his dynamic, vivid and colorful abstract paintings and monumental wall pieces. The piece create 3D focal points. bold blocks of color appear as giant, singular brush strokes. stripes of blue, seem to have been drawn and dripped haphazardly from a building-sized bucket.
Greek Artist Dimitris Taxis strikes again with another brand new wall titled ‘Les Baguettes’. He was invited for his very first time to Morocco for the 4th edition of JIDAR Street Art Festival in Rabat organized by the Association Boulevard L’EAC and the National Museums Foundation. This edition took place from 16 to 22nd
Felipe Pantone recently linked up with the good people from Impermanent Art to work on a new mural on the streets of Los Angeles in California. Considered today as one of the rising stars of international street art, Felipe Pantone, “child of the internet era” as he says himself, exceeds the notion of outdoor spaces
Andrea Casciu is back to leave his unmistakable sign with a new mural work entitled “Pietra Sonora” in Fiorano Modenese. Andrea’s work is a tribute to the famous Sardinian artist Pinuccio Sciola, to whom has been dedicated a larger project entitled “The Stones Tell”, made it with the intention of enhancing the works already present