“Dengju” by Fin DAC in Paris, France

Personal circumstances have kept Irish artist Fin DAC away from the streets for much of this year but he’s back… with a bang. 10 long days in Pantin, Paris as part of ‘Ete Du Canal’ have resulted in ‘Dengju’: not just a mural but a kind of reinterpretation of a building. Taking his lead from

“The Cabinet of curiosities” by Liqen in Munich, Germany

Spanish artist Liqen just wrapped up an impressive new piece in Germany on the streets of Munich. This cabinet of curiosities is a compendium of motifs, rarities and objects that have appeared in Liqen’s mind during practically all his life, his own concerns, as a reminder of those times of observation and drawing with special

Coverage – JR’s Solo Exhibition “Horizontal” @ Perrotin Gallery, NYC

The one and only mysterious photographer we know as JR is back in NYC with a solo show at Perrotin Gallery in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.  As usual JR has transformed the space into his personal playground converting the gallery into a conduit for social change and awareness.  Using his trademark black and white photo

“A New Beginning” by Deih in Spain

Our friend Deih just sent us some images from his most recent mural which was just completed in Northern Spain. Painting on the streets of lovely Navarra, the Spanish artist brought to life some of his signature street art with this artwork entitled “A New Beginning”. As usual with Deih, his illustrative-work is unique on

Twinkle Twinkle Little Guys Art Project by Kila Cheung in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, the most common and most neglected light comes from road warning lights. Warning lights are found everywhere in the city where thousand of construction works are in progress every day. Amber Au and Kila Cheung worked together for the Twinkle Twinkle Little Guys 30 days project in the summer of 2017. Kila

“Like giving flowers to a fish” by Telmo & Miel in Saint Denis, France

Last week Telmo & Miel were in France, near Paris to paint a mural for ‘Street Art Avenue Grand Paris’. It’s a new project in the outskirts of Paris where the organizers try to create a urban art gallery, with murals located next to ‘Canal Saint-Denis’. This creates a special way to view the gallery;

1010 in Mannheim, Germany

1010 – The name, the word, the numbers. It all sounds as mysterious as the artist himself, who by choice tries to stay anonymous. Most readers today are spoilt with a gamut of information when they read an article about a contemporary artist. And the lack of information makes 1010 the artist, and his art work even more intriguing and appealing. Over recent

Banksy unveils new pieces in Paris, France (Updated)

While we last heard from him a few weeks ago in New York City, Banksy is now in Paris where three new pieces have just been uncovered and potentially more are yet to be found. For his first ever stop in Paris, the British artist created another series of striking stenciled pieces which are tackling