Ukrainian artist Chzz just sent us some images from his latest mural which is located in the small town of Pryluky in Ukraine. The piece was created at a technical children’s school, they create in ships, aero-models, cars and a lot of interesting projects. His main idea was to show in parallel a technical and fantasy world. He painted
British stencil artist Penny is known for his super tiny and intricate works on anything from currency to items as small as a postage stamp. Penny is constantly pushing himself to create stencil works that are not only beautiful, but convey a message. Currently showing his work with Plastic Jesus at Krause Gallery in New York
Kenny Scharf is well known right back from 1980s where he shown his prominence as a New York artist. Kenny has not excluded himself from commercial collaborations and merchandising, and working as a public domain has expanded his reach as an artist. All over the years, he has has shown his multidisciplinary in clothing design, installations, sculpture, and video as
Easter Weekend marked the official opening of the inaugural Nuart Aberdeen event. After successfully beautifying the streets of Stavanger in Norway for over 15 years now, the organizers partnered with Aberdeen Inspired and Aberdeen City Council in order to bring their vision to the streets of Granite City. The 1st edition of the event produced
Italian based artist Etnik has just finished his latest wall by the name “DUEL” in Turin, Italy with a collaboration with Square23 Gallery. Painted during the Easter week and finished Tuesday morning, it took the artist 5 days to complete. Etnik used his signature imagery to represent the contrast between urban landscape and nature with floating geometric forms
Sabek, Spanish based artist, recently visited Napier in New Zealand to paint a corrugated wall for Sea Walls, Artists for Oceans public art project. Painting this wall Sabek is portraying overfishing, and how that affects the ocean and everything that inhabits it. Main character on this corrugated wall is the big blue whale, and Sabek painted it as
A year in the life of Spanish street artist Okuda San Miguel with a journey to places like Australia, Tahiti or Thailand. Alone or in company of fellow artists like Felipe Pantone or Remed. A vital experience for Okuda and his art!