Stinkifish in Galicia, Bogota

The one and only Stinkfish is back on the streets of his hometown, Bogota with a large new mural that just appeared on one of the buildings of a social housing in the south of the city, in the neightborhood of Galicia. As usual with the Colombian street artist, he brought to life one of his

Stinkfish in Manizales, Colombia

Colombian painter and muralist Stinkfish is back at home in Colombia where he spent a few days on the streets of Manizales. In town for the Narrativas Urbanas street art festival, the talented artist brought to life some of his signature stencil-based imagery for the locals to enjoy. Stinkfish’s work is based on street photography and

Stinkfish & Empty Boy collaborate in Medellín, Colombia

Stinkfish just returned from the city of Medellin in Colombia where he teamed up with his buddy Empty Boy to create this brand new piece of work. The Colombian all-star duo quickly worked their way through this signature piece blending together Empty Boy’s detailed stencil-based work with Stinkfish’s super vibrant colors and patterns. As usual with

Stinkfish & Empty Boy collaborate in Bogota

Stinkfish is back in his hometown of Bogota, Colombia where he linked up with his friend Empty boy to work on a new mural. The newly formed duo created this large new piece mixing Stinkfish’s red abstract patterns with Empty Boy’s detailed stencils. The end result pops-up and will surely be enjoyed by the local

“Dignidad” by BoaMistura in Buenaventura, Colombia

Spanish artist crew BoaMistura are in Colombia where they just finished working on a beautiful piece in Buenaventura. Painting in the district of Llares, they created a text based piece which reads “Dignidad” ( Dignity in English ). The word “dignity” has been chosen at a meeting with all community leaders in the area. For them, dignity is

Stinkfish in Santa Marta, Colombia

Our Colombian friend Stinkfish recently travelled around the city of Santa Marta where he created several vibrant works for the locals to enjoy. Geared with a bunch of spray paint and hand-cut stencils, the Bogota-based muralist once again brought to life a series of large portraits which are being combined with some of his colorful abstract patterns. Take a

“Las Tres Guerreras” by Fin DAC in Cartagena, Colombia

Following on from his trip to New Zealand late last year, during which he spent time immersed in the culture – heritage of local Maori people, our friend Fin DAC has spent the first few months of this year searching out new and unusual projects to give his work new purpose and direction. He has

Farid Rueda new pieces in Bogota, Colombia

Farid Rueda just took a quick trip in Colombia to visit Bogota where he was able to work his magic on a new piece. Entitled “Remember”, the piece talks about the military repression towards the local indigenous tribes. The Mexican artist paint two animals that symbolically represents the struggle. The eagle is the oppressor that