French artist David Mesguich has been invited for the 2017 edition of the Openart Biennale in Orebro city, Sweden, where he placed an illegal street installation, a monumental male sculpture titled “Sorry not Sorry” between a large parking wall and an advertising billboard in the city center. View more details and pics after the jump
Spanish artist Okuda is brightening up a nineteen storey building in Paris by giving it a contemporary makeover with a revisited portrait of Mona Lisa. Using more than 450 spraycans, Okuda painted one of Europe’s tallest murals at 50 metres (164 feet) high by 15 meters wide during less than five days. Check after the
Argentinian artist Fransisco Diaz aka Pastel spent a few days in Paris where he just completed a seven storey mural with his floral signature imagery. Based on the feedback of the residents, Pastel created a bespoke composition in which flora and natural landscapes are both descriptive and symbolize the place and events that marked it. Snowberry or
The City of Paris has been transformed into an arty Olympic park to support its bid for the 2024 Olympic Games. Urban Art being one of the key cultural components of Paris, a 90 meters long collective work inspired by the Olympic rings has brought together graffiti artists from the French Kiss crew including Lek, Sowat,
Irish artist Conor Harrington just completed a monumental mural in the heart of the XIII district in Paris. The 30 meters high mural titled ‘Embrace and Fight’ depicts two male characters dressed in period costume fighting against each other. The mural is part of the Street Art 13 mural programme initiated by Mehdi Ben Cheikh of Galerie Itinerrance
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.
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