“MOON” SpY’s new installation in Madrid

This 9-meter-long moon, created by the SpY, modified the light and perspective of mADRID, during the night of the 20th of July from 10 pm until the early hours of the 21st. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin put their feet on the Moon while Michael Collin piloted the orbiter of Apollo

Shepard Fairey “Rose Shackle” Print Release – August 13th

Shepard Fairey aka Obey Giant will be releasing a new print edition entitled “Rose Shackle” next week. Frequently used in Fairey’s work, roses represent more than decorative elements. Regularly central to the action of the scene or included as key design elements, the rose is invoked as a resilient species, representing an organic sense of

The London Police in Odintsovo, Russia for Urban Morphogenesis

The good lads from London Police made a quick stop by Russia to participate in the first edition of the Urban Morphogenesis Festival. The London Police started in 1998 when a couple big English geezers headed to Amsterdam to help rejuvenate the visually disappointing streets of Holland’s capital. They were part of a small group

Interview – lifeafterdeath (Dave Navarro)

So for those who don’t know, tell everyone who you are… Oh, my name is Dave Navarro. I’m the current guitar player for Jane’s Addiction. And what else do I do? I think you’re a tattoo fan or artist or something as well, right (sarcastic tone)?  No, no, no. I host a tattoo show. And

Okuda in Odintsovo, Russia for Urban Morphogenesis

Just 19 kilometers from the Red Square, one of the largest mural-art festivals in the world has started. In just 30 days, more than 60 of the best contemporary artists will turn an ordinary high-rise housing estate into an open-air museum of contemporary art. Spanish street artist Okuda just wrapped up a giant new facade

“Ephemera” & “Swallow” by Ludo in Paris, France

The heatwave happening in Europe at the moment didn’t stop Ludo for creating a series of fresh new pieces on the streets of Paris in France. Entitled “Ephemera” and “Swallow”, the prolific Parisian street artist once again created a series of unique artworks which are featuring his signature twisted creatures with a splash of green.

Danila Shmelev In The Centre Of Yekaterinburg, Russia

This is by no means the first time that Danila Shmelev has attended the STENOGRAFFIA festival. The artist has been creating art in Yekaterinburg, and in other towns and cities where the festival has a presence, since 2016. This anniversary year of the festival has seen the city centre become home to his latest vibrant

“Garbage Whale” by Murmure Street in Vladivostok, Russia

For several months the French street artists duo Murmure Street have been developing their latest project : « Garb(age) » that will be revealed in their upcoming exhibition in Paris in 2020. This series of works are based on poetical and the oniric twists of garbage bags. These bags are a symbol of our era