A series of new pieces by C215 in Rwanda
August 14, 2015
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French stencil artist Christian Guemy aka C215 is currently touring through Rwanda where he already left several new pieces.C215 travelled to Rwanda to paint stenciled portraits of people who saved lives during the ’94 Rwandan genocide , where Hutus slaughtered more than a million of Tutsis. These portraits aim at showing the French politicians how…
Invader starts a new series of invasions in Tanzania
January 25, 2015
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Invader is now in Africa where they just landed in Tanzania to work on an unknown project alongside with Vhils.Struggling to find spots in the bush, the French street artist finally managed to find some locations to host his newly created African-themed invasions. Invader also collaborated with Vhils on a quick “Street Piece”. While this…
Shepard Fairey creates a giant portrait of “Nelson Mandela” in Johannesburg, South Africa
September 23, 2014
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After Berlin in Germany, Shepard Fairey flew straight to South Africa to work on a massive mural somewhere on the streets of Johannesburg.The American street artist and his team quickly worked their way through this striking portrait of the legendary Nelson Mandela. I’m an advocate of human rights, justice, and equality, so it should be obvious…
ROA New Pieces For Wide Open Walls – Gambia
August 31, 2014
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After a first visit back in 2011, ROA has recently returned to Gambia in Africa for a new round of pieces with the amazing Wide Open Walls project.The Belgian globe-trotter spent a few days painting amongst the local kids in the village of Makasutu where he dropped several of his lovely monochrome creatures and insects.The…
Faith47 New Pieces – Durban, South Africa (Part II)
August 18, 2014
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While she started working on these pieces last July, Faith47 is back in Durban, South Africa where she just wrapped up her sixth piece for the 25th World Congress on Architecture, UIA2014 Durban. Faith was originally introduced to the area by Doung Jahangeer, a Durban artist architect and co-founder of dalacreative.Referring to Warwick triangle she…
Remi Rough x Best Ever New Mural – Galloya, Gambia
June 25, 2014
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The excellent Wide Open Walls project in Gambia just wrapped up another brilliant session with Remi Rough, Best Ever and Rimon Guimarães.Immersed in the life of the small village of Galloya, Remi Rough and Best Ever collaborated on this stunning piece featuring each artist’s distinctive style and imagery. Additionally, some other collabs and solo pieces were…
RAE New Street Pieces – Hossana, Ethiopia
May 5, 2014
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Brooklyn, NY street artist RAE is currently in Ethiopia working on a project to raise funds for the newly built Alemu Woldehanna Community Library in the town of Hossana.RAE is painting murals and outside, teaching local school kids how to make sculptures out of recycled materials as well as having a small exhibition inside the…
Faith47 “Oh Diamond Sea Shore Drive Me From The Yard” New Mural – Cape Town, South Africa
April 4, 2014
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After “You Hold No Blame For My Proud Heart” last week (covered), Faith47 is already back with this brand new piece which was just finished somewhere on the streets of Cape Town, South Africa.This beautiful “Oh Diamond Sea Shore Drive Me From The Yard”mural is ethereal as ever, with her soft painterly touch with hints of…
Hopare New Mural – Casablanca, Morocco
March 19, 2014
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Last seen last month in Paris (covered), Hopare is now in Morocco where he just wrapped up this new piece somewhere on the streets of Casablanca.As usual with the French street artist, he drops a beautiful combination of some representational imagery with a painterly graffiti style.Take a look at more images after the break and…
Basik New Street Piece – Hammamet, Tunisia
March 10, 2014
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Basik just sent us a series of new shots from his latest street piece somewhere on the beach of Hammamet, a small town in Tunisia.As usual with the Italian painter, his street art pieces are visually powerful and simple. His flat rendition of hand gestures and cryptic symbolism captures the imagination and holds it with…