“You Have The Hole, The Whole Universe” by Deih in Casablanca, Morocco

Our good friend Deih just returned from an amazing experience with the good people from the “Sbagha Sbagha” Street Art festival in Casablanca, Morocco. Entitled “You Have The Hole, The Whole Universe”, this vibrant mural from Deih looks just like a giant comic page. As detailed as a traditional comic, the piece is another chapter

“Perpetual Flow” an impressive land art piece created by Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada in the desert of Morocco

‘Perpetual Flow’, Gerada’s first large scale artwork in Morocco, extends over 37,500 square meters – the equivalent to 5 soccer fields – and was created using rakes, stones found at the site and 36 tons of dark gravel from a nearby quarry. The work was created with the help of local assistants, high-tech geo-location equipment

WiseTwo with two largest murals to date in East and Central Africa

Project that took two weeks was commissioned by IBIS Styles Hotel (the first in the region) to have both sides of the building covered, which made this project what it is: largest murals ever painted in the East and Central African region, all done by globally recognised Kenyan artist by the name of WiseTwo. Artists murals

“Magician of Maghreb” by Waone in Rabat, Morocco

Waone just sent us some images from this amazing piece of work that he just wrapped up on the streets of Rabat in Morocco for the Jidar Street Art Festival. The Ukrainian artist painted a berber, sitting in most common “oriental pose”, in his classic bright indigo djellaba, and doing some magic ritual with music,

A series of new pieces by C215 in Rwanda

French stencil artist Christian Guemy aka C215 is currently touring through Rwanda where he already left several new pieces.C215 travelled to Rwanda to paint stenciled portraits of people who saved lives during the ’94 Rwandan genocide , where Hutus slaughtered more than a million of Tutsis. These portraits aim at showing the French politicians how

Invader starts a new series of invasions in Tanzania

Invader is now in Africa where they just landed in Tanzania to work on an unknown project alongside with Vhils.Struggling to find spots in the bush, the French street artist finally managed to find some locations to host his newly created African-themed invasions. Invader also collaborated with Vhils on a quick “Street Piece”. While this

Shepard Fairey creates a giant portrait of “Nelson Mandela” in Johannesburg, South Africa

After Berlin in Germany, Shepard Fairey flew straight to South Africa to work on a massive mural somewhere on the streets of Johannesburg.The American street artist and his team quickly worked their way through this striking portrait of the legendary Nelson Mandela. I’m an advocate of human rights, justice, and equality, so it should be obvious

ROA New Pieces For Wide Open Walls – Gambia

After a first visit back in 2011, ROA has recently returned to Gambia in Africa for a new round of pieces with the amazing Wide Open Walls project.The Belgian globe-trotter spent a few days painting amongst the local kids in the village of Makasutu where he dropped several of his lovely monochrome creatures and insects.The