Invader returns to Los Angeles, California

Invader just returned to Los Angeles, California for his 9th wave of invasion in the city of Angels.  After a 7 years break, the French artist brought to life a whooping 29 new mosaics. Invader was also in town for the “Beyond The Streets” group exhibition where he created LA_172. He also unveiled a brilliant

Preview: Martin Whatson “REVIVE” Los Angeles Exhibition – September 29th

Next week, Norwegian stencil superstar Martin Whatson will be opening his biggest solo exhibition to date in Los Angeles with RexRomae Gallery. After several months of studio work, the Norwegian artist is now ready to unveil a new body of work which will also include several of his iconic past images. On top of that,

“The Poacher” by Dulk for Pow! Wow! Long Beach in California

Dulk aka Antonio Segura Donat has just sent in some images of his latest wall that he painted in Long Beach, California. Known for his murals of extinct animas and global warming – this is another mural touching on the subject of poachers, with the mural being called “The Poacher”. ​Modern-day poaching is no longer about taking one

“Floating Napa” by Cinta Vidal in Napa Valley, California

Cinta Vidal recently finished a rad new wall located on the streets of Napa in California for the RAD Napa Street Art project curated by Thinkspace Gallery and sponsored by The Napa Valley Wine Train. Barcelona-based artist and illustrator Cinta Vidal Agulló defies gravity and architectural conventions to create encapsulated scenes of intersecting perspectives. Painted with

“Costanoans” by Pastel in California

Argentinean muralist Pastel just sent over some brand new images of his latest artwork which was recently completed somewhere on the streets of San Leandro in California. Entitled “Costanoan”, the piece’s title targets a type Native American people from the Northern California coast. When Spanish explorers and missionaries arrived in the late 18th century, the Ohlone inhabited

“Souzaste” by Fin DAC in California

Fin DAC continues his tour around The States with a stop off at the Central California Coast to add another piece to his “Hidden Beauties” series of works. As per the norm with these works, the artist hasn’t revealed a location other than informing us that “Souzaste is painted on large, rusty old water tank

“Love Struck” by D*Face in Los Angeles

British-artist DFace recently finished working on a large new piece on the streets of Los Angeles in sunny California. DFace and his loyal assistant were given a huge wall in the city of angels where they spent several hours to create this awesome new piece entitled “Love Struck”. The piece features some of DFace’s signature

“The Mysterious Thing” by Ever & Zio Ziegler in California

Zio Ziegler and Ever teamed up in Milli Valley in California to work on this new piece which is entitled “The Mysterious Thing”. This piece is an homage to the mexican muralism combined with the surrealism movement. This is combination of 2 different movements however they are connected by shapes and forms. “Behold my brothers, the spring has come;