15 Striking Animal Street Art Murals

The animal kingdom have been a source of inspiration for many artists. Through reintroducing nature with the urban landscape, we get to rediscover our environment. From raising awareness about animal rights to just simply appreciating the beauty of the creatures, there are a lot of themes found in animal-inspired street art. Whether it is a whimsical

Pelicans by Bordalo II in Lisboa, Portugal

Our friend Bordalo II just sent us some fresh images from the latest installation he completed in Lisboa, Portugal. Commisssioned by the Associação Mutualista Montepio, and placed in the very city center, on the corner between Rua de Santa Justa and Rua de Carmo, the Portuguese artist unveiled this solid 5×5 meters piece which is

“Half Rabbit” by Bordalo II in Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Our friend Bordalo II just sent us some sweet images from the latest installation he just finished somewhere on the streets of Vila Nova de Gaia in Portugal. In town with the good people from Mistaker Maker, the Portugese artist unveiled this rather amazing piece which is entitled “Half Rabbit”. This may be our all time

“Lab Rat” by Bordalo II in Paris

Portuguese artist Bordalo II recently stopped by the city of Paris where he was invited by the good people from Le Mur Association. Creating street installations out of trash and recycled materials, Bordalo II and his assistant worked for a few days to create this giant rendition of a white rat. The end-result is once

“Red Squirrel” by Bordalo II in Dublin, Ireland

Irish Filmmakers Trevor Whelan, Rua Meegan and producer Glen Collins, are excited to present Portuguese environmental artist Artur Bordalo’s aka Bordalo II Dublin installation, ‘Red Squirrel’ on the Workshop Gastropub, Georges Quay, Dublin, Ireland. The crew have been filming Bordalo internationally for over two years and fought very hard to bring the street artist to share his

“Flamingo” an installation by Bordalo II in Oeiras, Portugal

Bordalo II is back in Portugal where he visited the city of Oeiras to take part in the Festival Iminente. Helped by his loyal assistant, the Portuguese artist created another striking 3D installation which is taking the shape of pink flamingos! As usual with Bordalo, the installation was created using trash and rubbish which was harvested

“Pelican” by Bordalo II in Aruba

While you discovered his first piece in Aruba a few days ago, Bordalo II also took over the beach with an aquatic installation. Taking the form of a giant “Pelican” chilling on a rusty abandoned vessel, the talented Portuguese street artist created this solid 3D installation using trash and found materials collected around the streets

Bordalo II in San Nicolas, Aruba

Bordalo II just finished working on a large new piece for the Aruba Art Fair on the streets of San Nicolas in Aruba. As usual with the Portuguese street artist, he created another impressive 3D street sculpture which was built using trash and found materials. The sculpture is taking the form of a lizard that