‘Veľké Oči’ by Fin DAC in Bratislava

As stated on our last Fin DAC post, the Irish artist assured us that his street work for 2017 was about to increase… so here he is with what he thinks may be his largest mural to date. ‘Veľké Oči’ was painted over the course of 5 days for the annual Bratislava Street Art Festival

“The last winter” by Dulk in Churchill, Canada

The growing melting of the Arctic, caused by global warming, threatens the survival of polar bears. Polar bears need ice to walk, hunt and breastfeed their young. If there is no ice there is no rest, no food, and death begins to persecute them. The melting of the blocks forces them to swim for hundreds of

Ador & Semor Collaborate in Nantes, France

French street art duo Ador & Semor just teamed up on the streets of France to paint for the project Parade Balade et Distortion in the lovely city of Nantes. As usual with Ador and Semor, they created a large scale piece of work which is showing one of their signature comic-like bird-character carrying with him

New Work By Kobra Pays Tribute To Vivian Maier In Chicago

World renowned Brazilian artist Kobra returned to Chicago Illinois this month. Kobra last visited Chicago to create his acclaimed 10-story Muddy Waters mural as part of Big Walls 2016 – a mural festival facilitated by Columbia College and The Wabash Arts Corridor . Having come back to Chicago for the well-publicized mural dedication on June

Limited Editions Silk Scarves by Miss Van

These past months, Miss Van has been focussing and painting at her studio in Barcelona. From her latest works, she chose 2 paintings ‘Two Muses’ and ‘Retrato Floral’ to release as unique silk scarves. Precious, floating, soft, silk is a delicate material, and the square (120 x 120 cm) allows to show the painting as a full print, an explosion of colors, highlighting the

Take a look inside the BnA Art Hotel Koenji in Tokyo

The BnA Art Hotel is situated in the Koenji district of Tokyo, and within the cultural and creative area. the project caters for young spirits and reflects the contemporary lifestyle of the city. The team behind BnA, Yu ‘Taz’ Tazawa, Yuto Maeda, Kiego Fukugaki, and Kenji Daikoku, all live and work in Koenji, a creative district which

Does for Chromatica Festival Mexico City.

There is no shortage of artists in this world who are painting on the streets, on walls and on buildings. For me, some of them stand out for their determination, their flawless skills, their incredible work ethic and for their artistic evolution. One of these such artists is DOES who is based in the Netherlands and

Installation by Imraan Christian & Faith XLVII in Munich, Germany

This work is a collaboration between artists Faith47 and Imraan Christian installed at the Magic City exhibition in Munich in 2017. Its starting point is a poignant image taken by Imraan during the 2015 student protests in Cape Town. The photograph documents a pivotal turning point – the moment when peaceful protestors reacted violently as