eL Seed in Ajman, UAE

Arabic Calligraphy artist eL Seed recently completed a beautiful new piece with NA7Tdesigns in Ajman, UAE for the Ajman Mural Project. Painting in downtown, the French-Tunisian artist brought to life another of his signature pieces which will surely be enjoyed by the locals for years to come. Big, bold and unmissable, they present a fresh take

“The Poacher” by Dulk for Pow! Wow! Long Beach in California

Dulk aka Antonio Segura Donat has just sent in some images of his latest wall that he painted in Long Beach, California. Known for his murals of extinct animas and global warming – this is another mural touching on the subject of poachers, with the mural being called “The Poacher”. ​Modern-day poaching is no longer about taking one

Low Bros x Nelio x Kid Cash in Berlin

French artist Nelio recently visited Berlin with an intention of doing a collab piece with the local artist Kid Cash. After visiting Low Bros studio, Berlin-based art duo decided to join the project so they contacted Murales who provided them a wall for this spontaneous action. It was about 5 years when Low Bros first attempted

Adorned wall of Kyiv gymnasium by JAZ in Kyiv, Ukraine

Argentinian artist Franco Fasoli aka JAZ has recently spent 7 days adorning a wall of Gymnasium #267, situated at Verbytskogo Street in Darnitsky district of Kyiv, Ukraine. It was created by JAZ within the framework of Mural Social Club: Back to School! 2017 social project. Usually, JAZ art-works depict animals in their nature environment, which are mirror reflection of each other. Kyiv gymnasium

Why Do We Love Art?

Do you view graffiti as art? No? Before you dismiss it as random scrawling by disenfranchised souls striking out against civilization, pause to think about the work of street artists who paint on the side of buildings like Banksy, Alexandre Farto (aka Vhils), or Tavar Zawacki? Their work is far from whimsical or profane. Street

Lu Yorlano in Córdoba, Argentina

Up and coming visual artist by the name of Lu Yorlano has just sent in some pictures of her latest works from the streets of Argentina. Being in constant in constant research, learning and reinvention and main inspiration being mother nature, with its patterns, unique beauty and power Lu has transformed multiple walls, rooms, stairways into

RONE The Omega Project Melbourne

Rone has just launched The OMEGA Project and totally transformed a quaint abandoned house in Melbourne into a temporary exhibition only open for viewing for just seven days before being demolished. Seven female portraits appear like ghosts – one in each room, inviting the onlooker to leave their reality and immerse themselves in the immediate surroundings