It has been quite a while since we last heard from Claudio Ethos on StreetArtNews, but he is back with two new murals in two different continents – Europe and USA. First mural was done in Long Beach New Jersey for Whitechapel project, and the second is a collaboration piece with Wes21 in Switzerland named “The Cow on
Spanish artist Belin just painted a monumental mural in Salem, Massachusetts for the launch of the Punto Urban Art Museum using his signature style of post-neocubism. The district also hosts a series of murals by international artists like Okuda. View more pics after the jump
Dutch street art duo Telmo Miel just finished a brand new mural for 20×21 EUG mural project in Eugene, Oregon titled “Dog Daze Of Summer”… ‘The dog days of summer are the hot, sultry days of summer, best spend in a Daze. A lost state of mind that might eventually go away. Sometimes considered enjoyable and makes time pass
Sabek has recently spend some time in Atlanta, Georgia where he has painted a beautiful mural on a side of a 7 story building titled “The Keep” for Outerspace Festival, which was curated by ABV Gallery. This mural tries to represent a mutual care between two individuals, in this case the nature and the human being.
Kenny Scharf is well known right back from 1980s where he shown his prominence as a New York artist. Kenny has not excluded himself from commercial collaborations and merchandising, and working as a public domain has expanded his reach as an artist. All over the years, he has has shown his multidisciplinary in clothing design, installations, sculpture, and video as
HERAKUT’s new solo show “Masters of Wrong” opens this Saturday at the Corey Helford Gallery in downtown Los Angeles. Featuring over 20 paintings, the exhibit includes some installations that incorporate works created onsite. The duo, consisting of HERA (Jasmin Siddiqui) and AKUT (Falk Lehman), have been working together and travelling the world since they merged names and styles
E.LEE‘s work challenges the way we define our popular culture. His current Superhero Series captures our childhood heroes during their most vulnerable moments. Stripping the context from iconic comic book scenes, each superhero’s story is reduced down to a raw emotion painted on the streets. After a few hours of work, the talented artist finished
While we last heard from him in New York City last Summer, WK Interact just dropped us a series of super sweet images from his newest street piece which was just completed in Jersey City. Entitled “Race”, the French street artist quickly worked his way through this rather large piece showing two cyclists which were
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