Luka Rados paints “Laocoon”, a new piece in Banja Luka, Bosnia

Banja Luka, hometown of Flaster festival, just got richer by a fresh piece by a young local artist, Luka Radoš. Luka spent some 30hrs working on this original work, inspired by the Greek mythology.The artist picked Laocoon, a Trojan priest who was attacked, with his two sons, by giant serpents sent by the gods, as a

Bozko Paints a New Mural For Flaster Festival in Banja Luka, Bosnia

Bulgarian artist Bozko was recently in Banja Luka, Bosnia, taking part in the ongoing Flaster Jam. Working in the Borik area of the city, the artist painted a surrealist, cartoon-like image.The mural showing an odd looking giant wearing a wooden boat with a flock of dark birds flying around his head took couple of days

Lonac Paints A Large Mural in Sarajevo, Bosnia

Based on one of his ink drawings Lonac recently wrapped up his latest mural in Sarajevo in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Taking part in the local Betonfest festival, this was his contribution to their “Lets paint peace” campaign.Titled “Allegory of Peace and War” the image is a clever metaphor of the eternal battle between good and

“Icarus”, a new mural by Etam Cru in Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina

Polish superstars Etam Cru spent the last few days in Bosnia & Herzegovina for the Flaster Street Art Festival.Painting on the streets of Banja Luka, it took 5 days for Sainer and Bezt to complete this massive piece which is entitled “Icarus”.  In typical fashion the main image of choice is surreal bearing some signature

Video: Lonac and Artez in Banja Luka, Bosnia

Back in November 2014, Lonac and Artez teamed up @ Flaster festival in Banja Luka, Bosnia, and created a striking collab piece titled “Find Your Way To Fly”. The colorful surrealist piece was quickly voted among the favorites that month, due to lively colors and patterns created by Artez and Lonac’s meticulous photo realistic painting skills,

Lonac and Artez reveal their collaboration in Banja Luka, Bosnia

Croatian artist Lonac and Serbian artist Artez recently joined forces to create the very first large mural in the city of Banja Luka in Bosnia And Herzegovina. This vivid and colorful piece is titled “Find Your Way To Fly”.Invited by the local Flaster Jam organization, this large mural was their first collaboration, and from the photos

Vidam transforms the urban landscape of Prijedor in Bosnia with “Transformation 0.6”

Vidam from the popular The Weird crew just sent us a series of images from his newest mural somewhere on the streets of Prijedor, a small city in the north-western part of Bosnia and Herzegovina.Entitled “Transformation 0.6”,  the German artist dropped this superb mural which is showcasing some of his signature imagery with this horse-rider jumping