French artist 100TAUR just completed the largest mural in Toulouse, after a continuous five weeks under extreme weather conditions. More details and pictures after the jump.
French artist Blo from the Da Mental Vaporz crew just painted murals on the Via Domicia University of Perpignan in France, which is the oldest university of France (1648). Blo has been working during the past three months on the architecture of the buildings and gave some graffiti workshops to the students. Check more detailed pics
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
Rone has just launched The OMEGA Project and totally transformed a quaint abandoned house in Melbourne into a temporary exhibition only open for viewing for just seven days before being demolished. Seven female portraits appear like ghosts – one in each room, inviting the onlooker to leave their reality and immerse themselves in the immediate surroundings
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,
Melbourne artists Heesco and Mayo collaborate for the first time on a notorious wall in Richmond not far from the city centre. For years there were multiple attempts to give this wall a well-needed makeover and finally, this goal was realised in just seven days in May. The aim of the project was to bring joy
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