POW! WOW! Hawaii celebrated its 10th anniversary in Hawai‘i in 2020. At this time, it surpassed a total of 50 festivals worldwide. Since its inception in 2010 in Hawai‘i, POW! WOW! has grown into a global network of artists and organizes gallery shows, lecture series, schools for art and music, mural projects, a large creative
Peruvian artist Henry Chram reached us with these beautiful new murals that were just created in the city of Huaraz, the capital of the Ancash Region, North Perù. During his no-stop travelling activity, the muralist has painted delicate and silent portraits of girls hidden by flowers, on the walls of private or abandoned homes. Take
A new 1000m² mural only visible from the skies was created by TAVU & LOUVES at See U, the the largest temporary occupation in Belgium. When everyone is talking about change and transition at the social, economic, political and ecological levels, the next step, the next decisions and the next years will be decisive. This is
A new installation by artist STIK has been unveiled in Central London. The digital artwork revolves around the historical Piccadilly Lights, the largest public screen in Europe and depicts a group of young people holding hands as a symbol of hope and solidarity both locally and internationally during the Coronavirus Lockdown. The artwork was created by STIK for Young Westminster Foundation as
In recent weeks our friend WRDSMTH dropped new inspirational words on the walls of Los Angeles. The current pandemic situation, which has also become dramatic in California, has not prevented him from finding the will to inspire his neighbors with optimistic views. WRDSMTH came up with three new stencils influenced by the quarantine period and
Seattle based artist WISEKNAVE just finished a new mural depicting a crushed traffic cone in Pioneer Square. This particular spot where he decided to paint is the location of the accident last August, wherein a dump truck barrelled down the Subway shop. Check out the images below!
Scottish artist KMG has been spreading some much needed positivity in these strange times with two new pieces in London. Via a friend, KMG was approached by Brotherhood Media, who are owners of billboards for music marketing all around London. Brotherhood Media had the excellent idea of using their billboards for something more than just