BiP on Ice Cream Truck in Oakland

BiP — or “Believe in People” — recently stopped by Oakland in California where he spent a few hours working on a new artwork. Painting on an unusual canvas with this Ice Cream truck. the artist created some of his signature hyper-realistic imagery which will surely be enjoyed by the locals for months to come.

“Radio Liberty” by Marina Capdevila in Spain

Our friend Marina Capedevila, recently spent some time in Spain where she unveiled this large rooftop piece entitled “Radio Liberty”. Painting on the streets of Pals, a small town in Northern Spain, the artist spent several days on the roof of an abandoned radio station. The station was created during the Cold War by Americans

“Cupcake” by Ludo in Paris, France

The one and only Ludo just returned to the streets of Paris in France where he just unveiled a brand new artwork entitled “Cupcake”. As usual with the Parisian artist, he brought to life another signature large scale artwork which will surely be enjoyed by the local residents. The work of Paris based Ludo, often

“Four Men Holding Roman column” by Fintan Magee in Goa, India

India has more foreign workers than any other country with over 16 million people living and working outside of the country. While many workers contribute to Health, technology, education and other highly skilled service industries many workers end up in low paid, labour intensive jobs in the construction industry. In countries on the Arabian Peninsula

“WEENwave” by Madsteez in New York City

Our friend Madsteez just sent us some images from his latest mural which was just completed on the streets of New York City. Working on a cold winter day, the American artist brought to life another of his colorful piece of work which depicts a giant wave. Being an avid surfer, it was only natural

Miss Me X CHEAP festival in Bologna -Italy-

Back into 2013 in Bologna – Italy- born CHEAP, an independent project focused on street art as a new tool for fueling urban renewal and investigating local geographies. Thanks to the creative effort of six women, it became an annual festival that has involved an international open call and a selection of guests invited to

“And from here, Manu (Macron), Can you hear us ?” by MTO in Miami

For those who don’t know, MTO is French and his dear president Emmanuel Macron (Aka « Manu ») has earned the reputation of caring more about elevating the desires of the rich rather than prioritizing the needs of the middle and working classes in France. So what a better place and time than Miami Art

“Asfixia” by Elian Chali in Barcelona, Spain

Our friend Elian just sent us some brand new images from his latest mural that just popped up on the streets of Barcelona in Spain. Hailing from Argentina, the Buenos-Aires based artist spent a few days working on this large scale mural showing some of his signature abstract and vibrant imagery. If you are in