Chicago’s PITR/Pizza in the Rain Completes “Paper Portraits” Project

  While 2017 promises a year filled with creativity and artistic surprises, Chicago’s Pizza In The Rain (aka PITR) has recently wrapped up a unique undertaking that has spanned most of 2016. As artists take their work to the street all over the world, the “Paper Portraits” project strived to encourage this street focused transition in

Recap: “Heerlen Murals” in Netherlands

Heerlen Murals organised a wide range of interventions and activities from August to December 2016 in and around the center of Heerlen, Netherlands. This year’s theme was called “There’s more than meets the eye” and it dealt with the diversity and the ‘do it yourself’-mentality of the artform. The artist were challenged to produce work that have either

Artist Interview: Joe Iurato & Red Bull’s Flying Bach Jan. 6-8 Washington DC

Classic meets Breakdance?  The show Red Bull Flying Bach visualizes & revives J.S. Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier with piano, harpsichord & electronic beats.  Now imagine this with the four-time breakdance world champions Flying Steps doing their thing on stage surrounded by life size stenciled cut-outs designed by New Jersey based street artist Joe Iurato.  In a

Inkman for Dubai Street Museum in UAE

Tunisian Calligraphy artist Inkman recently finished working on a large scale mural in the United Arab Emirates for the Dubai Street Museum project organised by Brand Dubai and curated by Rom Levy and Sanaz Askari. Painting on 2nd Of December Street in the district of Satwa, Inkman spent over a week in order to finish

Brandon Sadler in Atlanta

This wall was painted for the Atlanta BeltLine, through a grant in partnership with Brandon Sadler aka Rising Red Lotus and two other artists Sanithna Phansavanh and Peter Ferrari. If you’d like to see their portions visit there pages. As a metaphor for their collaboration on the project, they each painted an animal in their respective environment,