French artist David Mesguich has been pushing the boundaries between street art and fine art by creating monumental geometric sculptures that he puts within urban settings. For his most recent project, the artist created a ten meters high sculpture called ‘Lucie’ representing a little girl drawing a sun in the sky that has been installed in
Invader takes over Le Musée en Herbe in Paris for an exhibition entitled Hello, My Game Is… with over 100 new works on show. It’s the first exhibition of Invader in Paris since 2011. The title refers to the name stickers, popular in the graffiti scene, with twist on the name emphasizing the playfulness of the work
Parisian street artist and illustrator HONET just completed this new mural for the ROSE BETON Festival, depicting a trojan horse with his signature playful characters. Take a look at more images after the break and then check back with us soon for more mural updates from Rose Beton Festival.
Invited for the Rose Beton Festival in Toulouse, German based artist Hendrik Beikrich painted a black and white portrait of a Morroccan man in the district of Empalot, particularly significant as many local residents are celebrating Ramadan. Check out more pictures of the mural in progress and come back again soon for further updates.
For the Educational Programme of the Marrakech Biennale, French artists POES and JO BER just completed the largest mural in a mixed school in Morocco, painting a monumental 360 sq meters. For the past four years, Ryane Abdelmouhcine, Headmaster of Tariq Ben Ziad, the largest mixed college of Marrakech with 2200 children, always been creative to motivate
We are excited to see the return of British street and contemporary artist Paul Insect to London for an exhibition of new works ‘It’s Only a Dream‘. We still have some fond memories of his London Poison back in 2008. Presented by New York based Allouche Gallery for their first pop up location in London Old Street, the show features
Invader is back to the British capital after his last visit in 2013. Invader has left 12 new pieces across the streets of London, creating a frenzy amongst Flash Invaders fans. A visit inside the Museum of London will get you to see LDN_140 and LDN_141 facing each other in bowler hat and umbrellas.
After Dismaland, Banksy continues to hightlight the migrant crisis and horrific living conditions of Syrian refugiees in the Jungle of Calais by painting a portrait of Steve Jobs, reminding us that he is the son of a Syrian migrant. Steve Jobs is depicted carrying a travel bag with his iconic mac computer. Additional murals and
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