Last February, Barcelona-based artist Zosen was invited to paint in Jerusalem. The mural is located in a public market in the industrial neighborhood of Talpiot. Despite their playful aesthetic, Zosen’s paintings are known to speak out against the social injustices he perceives. The multi-colored, two dimensional characters, though naive at a first glance, criticize the corruption of
London based artist Michael John Hunter just finished spectacular piece entitled “Broken Wrestler”. The sculpture is based on his old scuffed up toy WWE action figure. “As you can see the toy the sculpture is based on has a lot of wear and tear. These elements are then replicated in a larger scale for the final
Roa’s latest show, ‘Annihilation’ is on now at Backwoods Gallery, Melbourne, but due to current circumstances, the exhibition is only available for viewing by appointment only. However, as a special treat for StreetArtNews fans, we have loads of pictures of the install and artworks to share with the rest of the world. Stay tuned to
The Amsterdam-based street artist known as FAKE has created a mural, and free downloadable print of his new piece entitled “Super Nurse”. FAKE’s intention for this project is to raise awareness, and as a thank you to all the healthcare and medical professionals risking their health currently battling COVID-19 worldwide.
Our friend Bordalo II just sent us some fresh images from the latest installation he completed in Lisboa, Portugal. Commisssioned by the Associação Mutualista Montepio, and placed in the very city center, on the corner between Rua de Santa Justa and Rua de Carmo, the Portuguese artist unveiled this solid 5×5 meters piece which is
Jerusalem based artist duo (and brothers), Gab and Elna, also known as Brothers of Light just finished their piece entitled “Brothers”. It is another billboard project created during their residency stay in Mexico City. Growing up, they became involved in the skate scene and were exposed to the diversity of Jerusalem’s streets, which influences their
French artist Ludo is back with another piece in his favorite city. The artist made the mural to mark what the world is experiencing at the moment – the virus outbreak, quarantines, confinement, the list goes on. This piece features Ludo’s trademark skull-grape design together with his signature shade of green. Take a look below at