Banksy’s Identity May Have Accidentally Been Revealed By Goldie

Goldie recently appeared on Scroobius Pip’s weekly Distraction Pieces podcast and may have accidentally revealed that the British artist could be Robert Del Naja from Massive Attack. “Give me a bubble letter and put it on a T-shirt and write ‘Banksy’ on it and we’re sorted. We can sell it now,” said Goldie. “No disrespect to

Mural Festival 2017: 1010 in Montreal

Our good friend 1010 has just visited Montreal for the fifth edition of MURAL International Public Art Festival where he has brought to life one of his unique and as always impressive 3D murals. Using clever colour gradients as well as playing with shadows, Polish-German artist covered the whole side of a building in colourful dark layers. Take a look below for

“John the Baptist’s Head” a sculpture by Szymon Ryczek in Lodz, Poland

A fifth artistic realisation as part of UNIQA Art Łódź project, organised by Łódź Events Centre, has been produced in Park Staromiejski (Old Town Park). This time it’s a scultpure showing John the Baptist’s cut-off head. The sculpture has been created by Szymon Ryczek – a graduate of the Faculty of Graphic Art and Painting,

Mural Festival 2017: Onur in Montreal

Onur has just spent a few days over in Montreal for the fifth edition of MURAL International Public Art Festival where he has painted his first wall with special fluorescent paint that glows in black light… It looks like a lightbulb that has been on and has just been smashed, creating a glow that comes from hot glass. Based

Stinkfish unveils new pieces in Toulouse & Paris in France

Our friend Stinkfish just spent a couple weeks in France where he travelled around the country in order to bring his magic to the streets of Toulouse, Lurcy Levis and Paris. The Colombian superstar brought to life some of his signature stencil-based imagery with a series of striking portraits. As usual with Stinkfish, his art pieces

Second wave of invasion by Invader in Versailles, France

Invader just returned to Versailles in France for a second wave of invasion bringing his total to 5 pieces in the small city located in the suburbs of Paris. After leaving his mark on the ocean floor as well as in outer space, thousands of mosaics and over 70 invaded cities later, Invader’s work is being

Monkeybird in Grenoble, France

French duo Monkeybird just wrapped up an impressive piece of work in southern France for the Grenoble Street Art Festival which took place last week. Based out of Bordeaux, the two artists using symbolic anthropomorphism in their artworks ( wild animals in urban areas ). They started in 2010 and use stencil, collages, spray painting, drawing, carving, silkscreen