“Elephants” by ROA in Bangkok, Thailand

While we last heard from him in Puerto Rico a few weeks ago, ROA is now in Southern Asia where he was invited to create new pieces on the streets of Bangkok in Thailand. After a few days of work, the globe-trotting Belgian street artist created two of his lovely monochrome creatures with these upside-down elephants. In Thailand,

Artist Interview: Nick Walker

Everyone’s favorite “vandal” is back in NYC making trouble again.  The infamous Nick Walker not only has several gigantic murals all over New York City, but recently opened a month long solo show at The Quin Hotel.   The new exhibition curated by DK Johnston includes not only classic Nick Walker imagery, but also featured

“Huemul” by Pastel in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Our buddy Pastel is back in Buenos Aires where he spent the last few days working on a brand new street piece. As usual with the talented Argentinean muralist, he brought to life some of his signature floral imagery. His work is rooted in historic events and the physical places where they unfolded, developing these as

St+Art India: Never Crew in New Delhi

We continue our ongoing coverage of the excellent St+Art India festival with Never Crew and their latest piece in New Delhi. Never Crew is a duo from Switzerland, composed by Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni.  The two have been collaborating together since 1996 and they work both with two-dimensional and tridimensional, paintings, sculptures and installations. After a few days of

“Shinoya” by Fin DAC in Melbourne, Australia

As mentioned last week, our friend Fin DAC had one final stop on his short Australian tour… this time in Melbourne. He spent 3 days there in the district of Brighton painting another mural that forms part of his ‘Hidden Beauty’ series. The piece entitled ‘Shinoya’ is a return to one of his signature badass,

St+Art India: “Graffiti Are The Weeds Of Art” by Shoe in New Delhi

We are currently in India for the 2016’s edition of St+Art India which is currently taking place on the busy streets of New Delhi. Niels “Shoe” Meulman is currently in town where he just finished working on his first piece. Painting in the district of Lodhi Colony, the Dutch artist unveiled some of his calligraffiti

“Uma Cabra” by Bordalo II in Rome, Italy

After a few days of work, Bordalo II just wrapped up a brand new street installation close to the Station Termini in Rome, Italy. Entitled “Uma Cabra”, the Portuguese artist built from the ground up this huge piece using trash and found materials that he hand-picked in Rome. As usual with Bordalo II, his unique

“The Rebirth Of Ganzo” by Saner in Los Cabos, Mexico

Our friend Saner is currently in Mexico where he just finished working on a brand new piece at the Hotel Ganzo somewhere on the streets of Los Cabos. A few months ago, an hurricane hit Los Cabos and destroyed most of the city, the local residents are now trying to build it again from the