This week we check in on Chicago’s prolific Don’t Fret. As usual DF has been busy creating, and this week he opens a solo show “O God, There’s Noises I’m Going To Be Hungry For” in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn. Fresh off the release of his killer new monograph ‘Life Thus Far’ DF has been working
After dropping a stunning piece in Finland, Madrid based street artist Spidertag flew to Thailand and completed a distinctive neon light creation entitled “Interactive Neon Mural #7”. He showcased this innovative public art which enables the public to interact with it. Specifically, participants can change the colours of the lights by using their mobile phones
French artist 100Taur recently sent us some images from this sweet new piece that was painted somewhere on the streets of Montauban, a commune in the Tarn-et-Garonne department in the Occitanie region in southern France. 100Taur’s work is halfway between innocence and horror. He explores the concepts of difference and imperfection by creating fantastical half
Auster Spray presents a documentary series that will take us to get to know the Graffiti and Street art talents of the wonderful Latin America continent. The first chapter starts with Colombian stencil artist STINKFISH, who has traveled around the world painting incredible murals and recording his travels through photography.
Italian street artist Zed1 recently finished this large new mural entitled “The Way To The Sea” at Monticello Conte Otto in Vincenza, Italy. The artwork created for this mural celebrates the life and the research of happiness through the enthusiasm and the propensity to find ourself. A young woman holds a bottle to her chest,
These 2 new murals focus on climate crisis and the fight of indigeneous people to save their lands and have been curated by Stephen Donofrio for Greenpoint Innovations. Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada chose again to speak out for social issues and minorities. At the center of the eye is Planet Earth, with the Amazon as the pupil and Chile
A few hours before New Year, Ludo took his last stroll of the decade in his hometown of Paris. And what a better way to end the decade than to drop a series of new artworks. By using pencil and oil paint, Ludo combines black, white and signature neon green to create vegetal and robotic