OAKOAK creates new works in Chicago, USA

French artist OAKOAK is in Chicago for his debut US solo show “Let’s Play”, which runs October 3rd-31st at Vertical Gallery. OAKOAK transforms mundane objects using cleverly placed, humorous drawings. He has an eye for details that most ignore, and creates innovative scenes with his street art interventions. Here’s some of what he’s been up

Coverage: David Walker’s London Solo Show “A Blank Canvas is a White Flag”

David Walker has populated cities across the world with his strikingly surreal portraits on the sides of buildings. Now Berlin-based, the artist is back to London for his first gallery show in three years at the Lawrence Alkin Gallery, ‘A Blank Canvas is a White Flag’. The artist has produced a variety of processes and

Pixel Pancho “The Garden Of Eden” Solo Show, September 14th, Turin, Italy

Living recluded in his studio for the past two months, Pixel Pancho is almost ready to get out for the opening of his new solo show “The Garden Of Eden” next week at Galo Art Gallery in Turin, Italy.  Working on a diverse array of mediums and technique, the Italian Street Artist has been hard

A Look At Saatchi Online

We’ve recently been browsing Saatchi online for a simple way to buy art online – a useful resource discovering new artists and buying art online. Whilst the site doesn’t currently host any pieces from street artists, it’s certainly worth checking out for some of the quirky paintings they have on offer. Here are a few

ABSOLUT Art Collection

ABSOLUT Art Collection The ABSOLUT Art Collection today compromise more than 800 works in a wide range of media from Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, Helmut Newton, Damien Hirst, Louise Bourgeois, Annie Liebovitz, David Shrigley, Douglas Gordon, Sylvie Fleury, Dan Wolgers, Linn Fernström and hundreds of other artists, designers and photographers.

“Art In The Streets” Book

Art In The Streets Rizzoli Book Written by Jeffrey Deitch, Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose, “Art In The Streets” is the latest book to come out of the famed Rizzoli publishing house. Set to release alongside an exhibition with the same title, the book surveys the global history of graffiti and associated street arts. Focusing