“Bawal Umihi Dito” by Sepe in Quezon City, Philippines

Polish artist Sepe recently stopped by the Philippines where he dropped this quick street art piece somewhere on the street of Quezon City. Sepe uses a wide spectrum of tools – spray paint, markers, pencil, acrylic, ink, stencils, sticky tapes, even bitumen pulp. It all depends on what sort of effect he’s trying to get

“Shadow & Stage” by Johannes Mundinger in South Korea

Twice a year, Yeobaek Seowon in South Korea, the house of books invites a scientist, poet or artist to spend some time there, working in between ginseng and rice fields, next to the forest. A lovely retreat, as onliest noise you can hear is chickens, birds and sometimes the voices of farmers in the fields.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Guys Art Project by Kila Cheung in Hong Kong

In Hong Kong, the most common and most neglected light comes from road warning lights. Warning lights are found everywhere in the city where thousand of construction works are in progress every day. Amber Au and Kila Cheung worked together for the Twinkle Twinkle Little Guys 30 days project in the summer of 2017. Kila

“ScorpioBulldo” by Ludo in China

While we last heard from him in Paris a few days ago, Ludo is now in Asia where he just unveiled a brand new piece somewhere in a megacity in China. Working illegally, the French artist brought to life this signature piece of work which is entitled “ScorpioBulldo”. Installed on a 100 years old factory that

Andrew Hem in Huanggang, China

Andrew Hem recently stopped by China where he was invited by the Back To School Project to create some of his unique work in the Hubei Province. Painting at the Huanggang primary school, the American artist created one of his illustrative paintings that shows a family portrait with the mother and both of her children. Using a

Okuda on the streets of Hong-Kong

While we last heard from him in Morocco, Okuda is now in China where he just finished working on a brand new piece on the streets of Hong-Kong. In town for the HKWalls Street Art Festival, the Spanish artist brought to life some of his vibrant imagery for the locals to enjoy. Taking over an

Several new pieces by Vhils in Hong-Kong

While he spent the last few weeks in Hong-Kong preparing for his solo exhibition “Debris”, Alexandre Farto aka Vhils just unveiled a series of new street pieces. Featuring his signature technique of cutting through multiple layers of posters to create images, the Portuguese artist brought a new life to the walls of Hong-Kong with these

Aryz in Bangkok, Thailand

Aryz recently spent some time in lovely Thailand where he was invited by the good lads from the Bukruk Festival to work on a new piece somewhere on the streets of Bangkok. After a few days of work, the famed Spanish artist brought to life this beautiful image depicting two deconstructed bicycle painted using his signature