“World in progress” by Saype in Geneva, Switzerland

Swiss French artist Saype has just completed this wonderful new paint at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. The artwork covering 6000 square meters was produced with biodegradable paints made from natural pigments such as coal and chalk. Entitled “World in progress” this fresco symbolises the world of tomorrow seen by

“Escenografia Alimentaria” by Sabotaje Al Montaje in Tenerife, Spain

Sabotaje Al Montaje recently finished another mural in San Cristóbal de La Laguna, Spain. The 150 square meters mural shows two people with their hands open and a farmer in the center working the land. The artwork is a reflection on the importance of local consumption in the environment. The mural is part of a

“The Way To The Sea” By Zed1 in Vicenza, Italy

Italian street artist Zed1 recently finished this large new mural entitled “The Way To The Sea” at Monticello Conte Otto in Vincenza, Italy. The artwork created for this mural celebrates the life and the research of happiness through the enthusiasm and the propensity to find ourself. A young woman holds a bottle to her chest,

“Engeika” by Fin DAC in Berlin, Germany

It’s been a summer of firsts for Fin DAC. Following on from his virgin foray to Mexico, Fin DAC went back to one of his favourite haunts, Berlin, to paint (surprisingly) his first ever large mural there. And, as he has been doing more and more over the years, this one was much more about the integration

Nicola Alessandrini in Santa Croce di Magliano, Italy

Nicola Alessandrini recently completed this sweet new piece in collaboration with AVIS (Association of Voluntary Italian Blood Donors) somewhere on the streets of Santa Croce Di Magliano in Italy. “The arwork represents a human body connecting two different forms of life, soil and lymph. The two plants are embraced and tightened by the body: the floral

“Freedom for Sale” by INO in Athens, Greece

INO is back with a brand new street artwork that was just completed a few days ago in the center of Athens in Greece. Entitled “Freedom For Sale”, the Greek street artist once again created a stunning piece of work which features some of his signature imagery and shades of blue. Hailing from Piraeus, a

Pener in Volos, Greece

The third round of the “CityCall” festival, organized by UrbanAct in the city of Volos, has just been completed. Pener created a large new mural in the 15th and 24th primary schools. Pener mention about his mural: “With large realizations in public space, I try to embed my works in the context of space. For

“Personal Radiography” by Cristina Daura in Barcelona for the 12+1 Project

Cristina Daura is an illustrator from Barcelona with a particular style, an approach between classic comics and Fauvism. She studied illustration in La Massana, complementing her studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art (Baltimore). After spending several years with jobs that did not make her happy, she decided to embark on what filled her