Hense – The Jaunt

Creating artwork from an early age, Alex Brewer quickly took on the moniker Hense and gained notoriety for his graffiti. Combining a street culture point of view with abstract compositions and vibrant colours, Alex uses playful lines and a wide variety of shapes in his work, always focusing on the relationship between those elements and

“Aster et symphorine” by Pastel in Paris

Here’s the latest floreal composition painted by our friend Francisco Diaz, aka Pastel, on the streets of Paris, France. Entitled “Aster et symphorine” this superb mural is located in the 14ème arrondissement, on the facade of a building surrounded by “La petite ceinture”,  an old dismissed bounding rail built in 1852 for load trains around

“Lunar Cycles” by Mademoiselle Maurice in Paris

Mademoiselle Maurice just finished working on the largest mural ever created on the streets of Paris in France. Made possible with the help of Gallery Matgoth, the piece took three weeks to complete, 500 liters of black paint, 15.000 origamis and 2.000 maurigamis. Mademoiselle Maurice develops and creates in her mini play countless colorful works

Two new works from E. Lee in Amsterdam

Chicago based American artist E. Lee is on the move in Europe, this time putting up new works in the Guezenveld and Slotermeer neighborhoods of Amsterdam. “Remorse” (top) and “Ode to Tulips” (bottom) were completed this week in conjunction with the Street Art Museum Amsterdam. “Remorse” features Superman in a moment of deep thought. It

E. Lee in Shoreditch, London

Chicago based American artist E. Lee has been making his way through Europe and recently finished this untitled piece in Shoreditch London. The mural features X-Men characters Wolverine and Rogue looking to be in need of another superhero to come to their rescue. This continues in the vein of E. Lee’s recent works where we

“PA_1191 – PA_1196” fresh invasions by Invader in Paris

Constantly busy on the streets of Paris since over a decade, Invader just unveiled a series of new pieces around the city of Lights. From “PA_1191” to “PA_1196”, the elusive French artist created several of his adorable pixelated creatures for the locals to enjoy. His artworks are made using tiny mosaic tiles and then attached onto the

PA_1189 & PA_1190 by Invader in Paris, France

While we last heard from him in Clermont-Ferrand, Invader has returned on the streets of Paris where he recently finished these massive invasions. Labelled as the 1189th and 1190th invasions in Paris, the elusive French artist brought to life these large pixelated renditions of Daffy Duck and Princess Leia from Star Wars. Created using mosaic,

DZIA in Antwerp, Belgium

Our amigo DZIA is back in Belgium where he just wrapped up this sweet new piece somewhere on the streets of Antwerp. It took a few hours for the prolific muralist to create this series of stunning deers painted using his energetic and colorful line-work. His graphic style, with swirling strong lines, is instantly recognizable.