“Splash And Burn” Project in Indonesia

Over the course of last couple of months Ernest Zacharevic and a group of selected international artists secretly flew to Sumatra and Indonesia to produce a series of public works through the island. Focused on exposing the devastating consequences of illegal palm oil plantations, the project organizers recently revealed the show stopping works that instantly

The Crystal Ship: “Leven (Life)” by Axel Void in Ostend, Belgium

Our friend Axel Void recently spent some time in Ostend, taking part in the awesome The Crystal Ship festival. During his visit Miami-based artist got to know the neighborhood he was working in, which inspired him for his latest massive scale mural “Leven (Life)”. Painting on a large social housing building Axel spent few days meeting

“Life” by Axel Void in London

This mural is based on a photo Axel Void took in a slum known as G.S. Nagar in Chennai, India. The wall is situated in a very lively neighborhood near Wood Street. It is full of local businesses such as restaurants or small markets, excluding large corporations. It is interesting to see the mostly harmonious

Norway’s NuArt Festival Outdoor exhibition recap 2016

The 16th edition of the Nuart festival in Stavanger officially kicked off last Saturday, September 10, with the opening of an amazing Post-Street Art group show at the legendary art venue Tou Scene (covered). This year’s festival counted with the participation of internationally renowned artists like Add Fuel (PT), Axel Void (US), Evol (DE), Fintan Magee (AU),

Axel Void “Klosser” x Nuart Festival 2016

Norway’s Nuart Festival officially kicked off today, gathering some of the best street artists from around the world to cover the walls of Stavanger in the west coast of Norway. The work started about a week ago and since many walls are currently being painted, whilst others are already finished. This is the case of “Klosser” a wonderful mural by Axel Void

“Sisyphus” by Axel Void in Manchester, UK

This piece by Axel Void is part of the “Gray” series. Sisyphus, written over the wall, is a king from Greek mythology that was punished by Zeus to roll a boulder up a hill and watch it roll back down, repeating this action for eternity. Albert Camus in 1942 wrote “The Myth of Sisyphus” where

Axel Void in Aalborg, Denmark

Axel Void is currently in Denmark where he was invited by the good lads from the WEAART Festival to create a new piece on the streets of Aalborg. Axel Void has been in contact with graffiti writing since 1999. He studied Fine Arts in Cádiz, Granada, and Sevilla, and based himself in Berlin until moving

Seb Velasco, Evoca1 & AxelVoid collaborate in Nagua, Dominican Republic

Seb Velasco, Evoca1 & Axel Void recently spent some time in Dominican Republic where they managed to work on this collaboration somewhere on the streets of Nagua. This mural depicts one of the many street dogs in Nagua. It speaks to what quality of life means and a reflection of what time is, and what