Creença (Belief) Art Residency in Spain

Earlier this year our good friend Axel Void announced that he is working on a large art residency program somewhere in Catalunya, which would include around 50 international artists. A couple of months later Creença (Belief), is coming to its closing/opening date on 31st August when all the works created during the 2 months period

“Shoe Boxes” by Leon Keer in Lynn, USA

Our friend Leon Keer just sent us some images from his latest mural that was just reveled on the streets of Lynn in Massachusetts . Lynn was the shoe capital of the world by the turn of the 20th century, with about 234 shoe factories around the city. The painted shoeboxes are empty as shoe

“Error” by Michal Maka in Lynn, USA

The project that Polish artist Michal Maka painted for the Beyond Walls Street Art festival in Lynn, Massachusetts is called “Error”. This project is an attempt at painting related to the digital, analog error occurring in the era of image digitization. The work aims to reproduce various visual processes that are generated by incorrect data

“More Than Honey” By Onur In Austria

The father of Onur‘s girlfriend is a beekeeper, which inspired him to get concerned about the danger of bee death. Close to the family’s beehives, the artist discovered an abandoned factory site where he painted this piece, which is divided in two parts. Onur’s recognizable style is created with different materials – besides the classic

Pastel In Valencia, Spain

Argentinean muralist Pastel recently travelled to Europe and more precisely the city of Valencia in Spain. Wrapping up the entire Fermax building, the artist painted over 1600 square meters to finalize his artwork. Pastel created another of his signature floral-mural which will surely become a local landmark in the months and years to come. In

Snik in Stavanger, Norway for Nuart

UK Street Art duo Snik have kicked off this year’s Nuart Festival with an incredible hand-cut stencil drawing on influences from British art movement the Pre-Raphaelites. The piece, titled ‘Gone Believer’, is designed with the surrounding ivy in mind, which over time will grow back to create a living, breathing, organic artwork perfectly in tune

“64 tones of Buenos Aires” by Jorge Pomar in Argentina

Our friend Jorge Pomar recently wrapped up a new wall entitled “64 tones of Buenos Aires” in Argentina. For three months I talked with many people about a question that obsessed me: what is the song that represents Buenos Aires? Little by little, I listened and grouped the answers in a YouTube list. One day,