Artist Interview: Travis Fish

Contemporary American artist Travis Fish has been a rising name in the global art scene. Originally from Wisconsin, Travis lives and works in New-York City. Travis Fish paints catchy motifs, shirts, pants, luxury sweatshirts and portraits as if he had put them on his large format canvases in no time. His art seems childish, naive,

“ROGER DELIVRANT ANGELIQUE” by 100taur in Montauban, France

French artist 100taur just worked on a mural painting done in collaboration with the City of Montauban and the Ingres Museum. The mural is the 2nd part of the trilogy around the work of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. For little background on the artwork, Roger delivering Angelique is a painting painted by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres in 1819, inspired by a

“Gestures of a Square” by Li-Hill in Dalston, East London

Street artist Li-Hill recently a mural entitled “Gestures of a Square” at Gillett Square, a unique and important public space in the heart of Dalston, East London. Physically, it is a granite open space flanked by jazz bars, cafes, food outlets and a host of other activities. Culturally, the square is the co-presence of people – people

“Beyond the Sea” by Millo in Monopoli, Italy

Internationally known Italian street artist Millo  was invited as artist-in-residence in Monopoli, Italy for the 5th edition of PhEST, international festival of photography and arts – Totally Outdoor. In the past few days he painted a graffiti mural on a city wall (12 meters wide and 9 metres high) nestled among the old town, the bay and the

“RESILIENCE” by Sabek in Galicia, Spain

Madrid-based artist Sabek is back with a new mural for the sixth edition of Rexenera Fest. Rexenera is an international public art festival in Carballo that brings together the best urban artists there are in Galicia, Spain and international scenes, transforming the town into an open air museum. Sabek shared his work together with the words