James Bullough creates a new piece for the Richmond Mural Project

James Bullough spent the last few days in Richmond where he was invited by Art Whino to paint for the Richmond Mural Project.The American artist combines a realistic style with a geometric twist that breaks his paintings into fractured imagery, creating an additional element of line and shape. Each image is close to Realism, as

Never Crew unveils a new piece in Rochester, USA

Christian Rebecchi and Pablo Togni from Never Crew are currently in Rochester where they attended the Wall Therapy Street Art Festival which was this year, co-curated by Urban Nation.The Swiss duo spent a few days to create this impressive artwork which is entitled “Detecting machine n.1”. The piece shows a transparent whale hosting another smaller

Evoca1 “Glory”, a new mural in Richmond, Virginia

Our friend Evoca1 just sent us some images from “Glory” his newest piece which was just completed on the streets of Richmond for the Richmond Mural Project.Richmond served as the capital of the Confederate States of America during the majority of the Civil War. The Civil War is sometimes called “The Boys’ War,” because so many

“Nothing Lasts Forever”, a new piece by DFace in Richmond, Virginia

Dface is currently in Richmond, Virginia where he was invited to paint a new street piece for the Richmond Mural Project 2015.After Malaga, Spain, the British artist is back in the US where he spent a few days working on this massive piece sporting some of his Lichtenstein pop-inspired imagery. The piece reads “Nothing Lasts

Sepe x Chazme New Mural – Richmond, USA

Sepe and Chazme have now landed in USA where they were invited by the Richmond Mural Project to paint on the streets of Richmond, Virginia.Entitled “Crash Dummies”, the two artists dropped a fantastic artwork which is featuring and blending each artist’s distinctive style.Get a good look at the mural after the break and tell us

Robert Tone Proch “Dance With Uncle Sam” New Mural – Richmond, USA

Robert Tone Proch is currently in North America where he was invited to paint for the Richmond Mural Project in Virginia.The Polish muralist spent a few days working on this large-scale mural which is entitled “Dance With Uncle Sam”.Proch’s style is inspired by state-of-the-art animation as much as traditional caricature, and impressionism as much as

Andrew Schoultz New Street Art Mural For RVA Festival ’13 In Richmond, USA

Andrew Schoultz spent the last few days in Virginia working on this sweet new piece somewhere on the streets of Richmond.In town for the RVA Street Art Festival 2013, the popular American artist used his signature kinetic imagery including some of the motifs that appear commonly in his work – horses, tornados and more.Make sure

Ever New Mural In Richmond, USA

Ever was recently in Richmond, USA for the Richmond Mural Project where he worked on this new mural.Entitled “La Comunidad”, the Argentinian artist painted this piece using spray paint and brush-based techniques.As usual with Ever, the “painterly” style of his portraits is more typical of paintings found in a gallery than in street art.See the piece