The 10 Most Popular Street Art Pieces of March 2016

After a short break, its time to resume our always highly-anticipated monthly ranking for the ten most popular Street Art pieces of March 2016. As usual, this ranking is solely generated by our readers and the page views recorded on our server. Taking the first spot this month is a brilliant piece by the Italian superstar

Studio Visit: Paul Insect

Paul Insect graciously allowed us a quick peek into his studio to show off what he has in store for his pop-up London solo show “It’s Only A Dream” with Allouche Gallery on April 8th, 2016. For this exhibition, Paul Insect again pushes his own boundaries with a refreshed focus & expanded subject matter including some brilliant bird

“Perception” by eL Seed in Cairo, Egypt

In his new project ‘Perception’, eL Seed questioned the level of judgment and misconception society can unconsciously have upon a community based on their differences. In the neighborhood of Manshiyat Nasr in Cairo, the Coptic community of Zaraeeb collects the trash of the city for decades and developed the most efficient and highly profitable recycling system on

Blu is erasing all his murals in Bologna

Less than a week before opening of “Street Art: Banksy & Co. – L’Arte allo Stato Urbano” exhibition in Bologna, Italy, Blu and his friends from XM24 and Crash collectives, started buffing and erasing all of his murals in Bologna. As a protest against the rich and powerful who take street art off the street,

Artist Interview: Hula

  Hula is quickly becoming a master of the female form, the images of his bathing women enjoying the warm Hawaiian seas or the ice lands have travelled the world wide web. We reached Sean for a nice chat about the role of Nature in his paintings and his recent experience at Pow! Wow! Hawaii

Invader in Clermont-Ferrand, France

Invader recently spent some time on the streets of Clermont-Ferrand in France where he just created 31 new invasions. In town for a screening of Art4Space at the Festival International du Court Métrage de Clermont-Ferrand, the French artist once again unveiled some of his signature pixelated imagery. The largest piece from this invasion is a huge

Artist Interview: Nick Walker

Everyone’s favorite “vandal” is back in NYC making trouble again.  The infamous Nick Walker not only has several gigantic murals all over New York City, but recently opened a month long solo show at The Quin Hotel.   The new exhibition curated by DK Johnston includes not only classic Nick Walker imagery, but also featured