Interactive Neon Mural #9 by Spidertag in Söderhamn, Sweden
September 17, 2020
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After 9 months of silence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Spidertag is finally back on the streets of Sweden to participate in a street art festival called “Take Tomorrow Back”. In order to celebrate the city’s 400th anniversary, the Madrid based street artist wrapped up a brand new neon light creation on the streets of…
“Opera” by Edoardo Tresoldi in Reggio Calabria, Italy
September 14, 2020
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Italian scenographer and sculptor Edoardo Tresoldi recently presented Opera, his new public art permanent installation last September 12th on Reggio Calabria’s seafront, promoted and commissioned by the local Municipality and the Metropolitan City. Opera was created to celebrate the contemplative relationship between place and human beings through the language of classical architecture and the transparency of…
Brandalism Take Over 100 UK Billboards
September 4, 2020
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Environmental activist groups from the ‘Brandalism’ network have installed over 100 parody car advert posters on billboards and bus stops in England and Wales. The guerilla artworks featuring brands such as Range Rover, Ford, Volkswagen, BMW, Citroen, Lamborghini and Vauxhall were installed without permission in Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds, London and Exeter. The billboard posters criticise…
“Shattering” by Leon Keer in Helsingborg, Sweden
September 3, 2020
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Dutch pop-surrealist artist Leon Keer is back with a new 3D mural in Helsingborg, Sweden for the 4th edition of ArtStreetHbg (ArtStreet Helsingborg). The towering mural features china teacups that are about to tumble out of its shelf. Each teacup was painted with a different scene intended to draw attention to the dangers and effects of…
“Two Figures Behind Glass” by Fintan Magee in Ipswich, Australia
September 3, 2020
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Australian artist Fintan Magee has recently finished another mural in Ipswich, Australia. This work depicts two rail-workers behind beveled glass. The Arctic glass pattern in the painting was common in middle-class Queensland homes in the 1960s and was used in French doors and windows. “Some of my earliest memories of Queensland architecture was my father’s…
“TAIÑ MAPU” by INTI in Aalborg, Denmark
September 1, 2020
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Chilean visual artist INTI had recently worked intensely on a new mural in Aalborg, Denmark as part of the 6th edition of the mural project ‘Out in the Open’ by KIRK Gallery. The mural entitled “TAIÑ MAPU / Our Land” is about the relationship between Denmark and Chile and how both countries are very focused at…
Canyon Castator “A Clean Break” Print Release – August 19th
August 14, 2020
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Contemporary artist Canyon Castator will be bringing us his distinctive visual universe of symbolic, complex and dreamlike scenery which he has created. Carl Kostyál & StreetArtNews collaborated with Canyon to create out this limited edition print entitled “A Clean Break”. This artwork will be released this August 19, Wednesday, 5PM UK time. This screen print comes…
Artist Interview: Travis Fish
August 5, 2020
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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
August 5, 2020
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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…
‘Subway Art Breakthrough’ by Lek & Sowat
July 25, 2020
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French graffiti artists Lek & Sowat have unveiled the second phase of their artistic intervention called ‘ Subway Art Breakthrough’ on the tunnel boring machine ‘Koumba’, building an extension to the underground tube line 14 in Paris. (more…)

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