Our friend REKA is currently in the Big Apple where he just finished working on a brand new piece entitled “Home”. Based on the immigration theme, the piece shows an house, a key lock, two hands holding a heart, and a face encompassing all. If you stop by New York City in the coming weeks,
French street artist Ludovic Vernhet “Ludo” is back in NYC with a solo show at Castor Gallery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan featuring all new works. Ludo filled the upstairs of the gallery with large and small canvases displaying his trademark green and white motifs displaying mash-ups of nature and weapons. The viewer was
“Freedom and Emancipation of The Natural World” is the latest offering from our friend Sego to the streets of Harlem in New York City.Painting for the Monument Art Festival which took place last week, the Mexican muralist created this beautiful and dope piece which is showing the headshot of the statue of liberty painted in
While we last heard from him in Fort Smith, Arkansas ROA was just in New York City painting a massive new piece with the good folks over at the Monument Art. The eternally traveling street artist spent about a week up on a boom lift painting four different animals on the streets of East Harlem. The end-result
Station 16 Gallery returns to New York City to present “The Day is My Enemy”, a solo show of New York street artist, DeeDee. Highlighting themes of deception and destruction, The Day is My Enemy explores the public personas we show to the world and the private identities we keep to ourselves.DeeDee describes the motivation
Case Maclaim is back in NYC and his first stop was in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The German Street Artist has painted several times in The Bushwick Collective including his amazing collaboration with Pixel Pancho from last year’s block party. This time around the master of “Perspective Based Realism” painted a beautiful, faceless couple embracing each other.
Our friend Vermibus is keep on going on his route of the most influential Fashion Weeks around the Globe, travelling to New York, London, Milan and Paris. The “Unveiling Beauty Tour” has a declared objective to reveal the true beauty that lies hidden behind the various campaigns that are forced upon the public spaces of
Jerkface spent his sunday afternoon working on a brand new street piece in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.The American artist painted this mind-boggling version of “Marvin The Martian”, a popular character from Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons. With yet another nostalgia-inducing mural, this artwork by Jerkface will sure be enjoyed by
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