“Le plan sur la gommette” Exhibition by Ella & Pitr in Paris

Artistic duo Ella & Pitr is back with their latest exhibition “Le plan sur la gommette” that runs from June 9th to July 4th, 2020. This exhibition will feature the 70 works they prepared during one year. Through a series of artworks painted in sandpits and then destroyed with explosives, Ella & Pitr give back its place to one

Alberto Montes in Zaragoza, Spain

Alberto Montes recently finished another mural in Zaragoza, Spain. His new murals features nature and was created in relation to the landscape surrounding it. Alberto’s new works encourages pause, contemplation and reflection to counter the haste and lack of attention in the public space. Alberto Montes is a visual artist born in Los Corrales, Seville in 1995.  He

“Tetra Fish” by Dados Punto Cero in Spain

Dados Punto Cero is back with a new mural in Cembranos, Castilla y León, Spain. The mural entitled “Tetra Fish” depicts plastic waste in a form a fish. “We eat what we do not recycle and sometimes not everything is 100% recyclable. In this situation, we only have to reuse, reinvent… We can create life Reducing Waste”

Maya Hayuk & Snoeman are Hand Making Protest Signs for Black Lives Matter Protestors

Veteran street and gallery artists Maya Hayuk & Snoeman have joined forces to do what they do best… paint! Over the past week the two have been tirelessly creating as many protest signs as possible to supportive the Black lives Matter movement.  Both are known for their use of bright colors and dripping motifs so

“Escenografia Alimentaria” by Sabotaje Al Montaje in Tenerife, Spain

Sabotaje Al Montaje recently finished another mural in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Spain. The 150 square meters mural shows two people with their hands open and a farmer in the center working the land. The artwork is a reflection on the importance of local consumption in the environment. The mural is part of a

Call For Action by AKUT: Participants For New Video Project Against Racism Wanted

Racism is NOT an American phenomenon. It exists as long as mankind exists. It has killed millions of people in the past. It is an always reappearing, dark chapter in human history and it still manifests as a world wide issue in our present. We cannot accept this to only be on the political agenda

“The Butterfly Catcher” by Case Maclaim in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Case Maclaim recently finished an almost 200-square-meter piece of art entitled “The Butterfly Catcher”. It was created on a house facade at Festweg 1, Gelsenkirchen, Germany. It is an interpretation of a classic ancient masterpiece by Carl Spitzweg in the 1840’s. “The Butterfly Catcher” shows the importance of catching details in the moment. Nature is full

Yusk Imai – Organic Future

ORGANIC FUTURE by Brazilian artist YUSK IMAI is open now at Backwoods Gallery, Australia. The show is the Imai’s 5th solo exhibition at the space over a period of 10 years. Directed and filmed by Byron Kehoe, this edit was recorded over Zoom through some late night/ early morning interviews with Yusk, who was stuck