Invader invades Cap-Ferret in France

Legendary street artist Invader recently took a trip to Cap-Ferret in France to unleash a brand new wave of invasions. The artist “invades” cities worldwide, adroitly placing his tiled pieces in certain locations and awarding himself “points” based on the intricacy of the mural and the difficulty in placing it. “This,” he said in 2011,

Marina Capdevila in Falset, Spain

Our friend Marina Capdevila recently wrapped up a super cute new piece somewhere on the streets of her hometown in Falset, Spain. Based in Barcelona, Marina’s work covers from small illustrations to giant wall murals. Her Inspiration comes from people’s daily routine to give them a very peculiar sense of humor. This piece represents several focus

“Pressure 1.2”, Installation by David Mesguich x user79 in Nantes, France

Through this experimental installation supported by Backside gallery, David Mesguich wanted to confront his past practice of vandal to his work as a contemporary artist while questioning the concept of control of beings and spaces. After two weeks of construction, interspersed with riots that he documented in Nantes, one morning, he abandoned a sculpture of

“Zaluuokhin” by Fin DAC in Adelaide

After his recent trip to New Zealand, Fin DAC made the short hop across the water to Australia where he hopes to make a few stops and paint a number of murals. The first of those stops is a return to the location of one of his most famous works. His ‘Shinka’ piece  painted in

Bosque Del Mar mural by Zosen & Mina Hamada in Veracruz, Mexico

Some weeks ago together with the japanese artist Mina Hamada, Zosen had the opportunity to be the first artists to participate in a social project in El Morro Boca del Río,a suburb of Veracruz, Mexico. Boca del Río is a working class neighborhood close to Veracruz in front of the sea where the neighbours are

Fin DAC in Mount Maunganui & Christchurch, New Zealand

Our Irish friend Fin DAC has spent the last few weeks of 2017 and the first of 2018 down under in New Zealand painting at festivals in both Mount Maunganui and Christchurch both organised by Street Prints. Like his previous trip to The Mount 2 years ago, the globetrotting artist focussed his work on the local

“Amers Perdus” by Michel Lauricella and Jean-Dominique Ferrucci in Paris, France

Michel Lauricella and Jean-Dominique Ferrucci are back with another paste-up on their home, Paris streets. Located on Rue des 2 Avenues, this piece is dedicated to migrants and it took the artists two long, rainy and cold nights to put up. We wanted to make a work about migrants. Because migrants are a symptom of

Da Mental Vaporz Print release

Boom! Eye alert ! Members of the Da Mental Vaporz crew have released a series of limited edition prints through a new Print house in Lyon called  Remontee Mecanique So get your favorites images from Blo, Bom.K, Brusk, Jaw, Lek, Sowat and and Gris1 to come. More pictures below