Nuart Street Art Festival ’13: Indoor Coverage David Choe, Ernest Zacharevic, M-City, DALeast, C215, Aiko, Faith47, Martin Whatson…

We conclude our coverage of Nuart 2013 with an amazing coverage of the indoor pieces brought to us by our friend Henrik Haven. While we’ve already covered the outdoor pieces, most artists also painted indoor working on murals or clever installations. Starting with David Choe to Ernest Zacharevic, DALeast or M-City, this is pure quality

Nuart Festival ’13: Ernest Zacharevic, Dot Dot Dot, Hush In Stavanger, Norway

We continue our ongoing coverage of Nuart Street Art Festival 2013 with a new batch of pictures sent in by the one and only Henrik Haven. This new part sees us discovering new streets pieces from Ernest Zacharevic, Dot Dot Dot and Hush. The young Lithuanian street artist continue working on his playful imagery of children

Ernest Zacharevic New Installation For Nuart ’13 In Stavanger, Norway

After Lithuania (featured), Ernest Zacharevic is now in Norway where he started working on several new street pieces on the streets of Stavanger for Nuart ’13.Playing with illusions, the talented street artist painted the image of a young boy balancing on top of a set of stacking chairs.Make sure to take a peep at more

Ernest Zacharevic New Mural In Vilnius, Lithuania

After his recent trip in Italy (covered), Ernest Zacharevic was recently in Lithuania where he spent a few days working on this new piece in Vilnius.In town for the Vilnius Street Art Festival, the young artist painted some of his signature playful imagery with this mural showing a bunch of kids playing rope games.Make sure

The 10 Most Popular Murals Of August 2013

1. Smug One – Limerick, Ireland Time for round two of our monthly round-up of the ten most popular murals (based on unique page views) featured on StreetArtNews. August’s top ten features solely animals and human subjects but in a broad selection of artistic styles bound to inspire and impress. Number 1 this month is

Ernest Zacharevic New Pieces In Italy

Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic just brought his interactive street art to the streets of Roma, Firenze and Venice in Italy.With this new series of pieces, Zacharevic is inviting people to interact with his work by taking pictures of their experience. The concept is as simple as can be but is nevertheless fascinating because everyone has