Coverage: “Major Work” curated by Andrew Schoultz @ San Francisco’s Chandran Gallery

Last week in San Francisco opened “Major Work”, an exhibition curated by Andrew Schoultz at the newly opened Chandran Gallery. The line-up included some pretty big names such as Alicia McCarthy, Aaron Noble, Kelsey Brookes, Revok, James Marshall Dalek, Sam Friedman, Eric Yahnker, Mark Dean Veca, Saber, Hilary Pecis, Tim Biskup, Eric White, Allison Schulnik and

Books: Hendrik ECB Beikirch “Tracing Morocco”

Eternal wanderer of his time, Hendrick Beikirch aka ECB, in collaboration with the Montresso foundation, wanted to pay a tribute to Moroccan lines of work that are slowly going out of business, at least the way they nowadays persist. The idea came from the natural observation of the men and women who keep those gestures

“Heaven & Hell on Earth” by iNO in Fortaleza, Brazil

iNO was recently invited in Brazil to paint for the Concreto Street Art Festival which took place on the streets of Fortaleza. Entitled “Heaven & Hell on Earth”, the Greek street artist painted the first ever extra large mural in Fortaleza. The artwork shows a young kid sitting on earth and sending a bullet with one of

“Deambulantes” by David De La Mano in Montevideo, Uruguay

Our friend David De La Mano is currently in Uruguay where he just finished working on a large new piece somewhere on the streets of Montevideo. Painted for the Wang Street Art Festival in the neighborhood of Ciudad Vieja, David brought to life another beautiful piece of work entitled “Deambulantes”. His work usually features silhouettes, trees

Bicicleta Sem Freio “Red” Limited Edition Screen Print

StreetArtNews and JUSTKIDS are proud to present “Red”, an exquisite limited edition screen-print by the famed Brazilian duo Bicicleta Sem Freio. Bicicleta continues to overrun cities with their creations at an astonishing rate and this print is a brave effort at capturing the charm of their craft. Bicicleta Sem Freio aka Douglas de Castro and Renato Perreira are recognized worldwide for

“Ablating machine” by NEVERCREW in Miami, Florida

NEVERCREW recently spent some time in Wynwood, Miami during Art Basel Miami for the collaborative project curated by Urban Nation and PangeaSeed Foundation, addressing the issue of climate change in conjunction with the COP21 Paris Climate Conference. The artwork is about human aggressive attitude towards natural resources for economical purposes. This is intended in a

“Diagnosis of a Like” by SHOK-1 in Wynwood, Miami

‘Diagnosis of a Like’ is a new mural installation painted at Art Basel Miami 2015 by aerosol X-ray artist SHOK-1. The piece look into our obsession with Likes in this era, questioning whether this behaviour is healthy. It marks the artist’s first time painting for this major event. After experimenting with a number of styles

1010’s vortex in Wynwood, Miami

Our friend 1010 was also in Miami for Art Basel 2015 which took place last week-end. Since 2009, 1010 has been creating these mysterious, portal-like street art illusions on walls all around the world. In Miami, the German street artist created a huge mural that is layered in colors; orange, blue, grey, purple and black. The paper-like layers