Animated Buses by Artur Shirin in Kaunas, Lithuania

Our friend Artur Shirin, recently completed a series of unusual canvases on the streets of Kaunas in Lithuania. Hand-painting 5 old “Škoda” trolleybuses in the city centre, the Lithuanian street-artist created a series of animated murals that feature some of his signature illustrative imagery. Each theme is based on old items from Kaunas city that used to

Interactive Neon Mural #6 by Spidertag in Iisalmi, Finland

After creating a piece in the United States, Spidertag recently stopped in Finland to participate in the Upeart Festival. The Madrid street artist spent 5 days working on a brand new mural with neon cables with an assistant and locals on the streets of Iisalmi. Entitled “Interactive Neon Mural #6”, this nocturnal piece measuring 14

Artist Interview: Alex Senna

Starting from his beginnings in Sao Paulo, Alex’s monochrome vision has spread poetic scenes of everyday life on the streets of the world. His peaceful loving characters manage to arouse empathy and complicity, as if they were friends who have always been present in our neighborhood. We reached him for a chat, just returned from

“Kaos Garden” Okuda’s First Immersive Experience @ Amnesia Ibiza

Okuda San Miguel and Paco Osuna will represent, through avant-garde art and electronic music, their particular vision of ‘The Garden of Delights’ in an experience where the audience will be part of a great piece of interactive art. The premiere of the artistic proposal of Ink and Movement and elrow will be on September 28

Coverage: Kaws Museum Exhibition At NGV Melbourne

Earlier today, Kaws opened his new museum exhibition at NGV Melbourne. Take a look at all the exclusive images by Dean Sunshine below.

“You And Me” by IT’S A LIVING In Los Angeles

Ricardo Gonzalez also known as IT’S A LIVING visited Los Angeles earlier this month and spent three days painting a huge mural in Little Tokyo neighborhood. The message, “You And Me”, written in both English and Japanese, is meant to honor and highlight the importance of community, the idea that we should come together and

“You Have The Hole, The Whole Universe” by Deih in Casablanca, Morocco

Our good friend Deih just returned from an amazing experience with the good people from the “Sbagha Sbagha” Street Art festival in Casablanca, Morocco. Entitled “You Have The Hole, The Whole Universe”, this vibrant mural from Deih looks just like a giant comic page. As detailed as a traditional comic, the piece is another chapter

Pat Perry’s first mural in Sweden

Pat Perry’s firs mural in Sweden became an instant success in the rural village of Simlångsdalen. Prior to the project, Pat Perry traveled in the area around Simlångsdalen to get to know the location. The artist is interested in questions that relate to man’s relationship with the surroundings and has found much artistic inspiration in