FAITH XLVII “410 BC – 340 BC” New Print Available Now

South African interdisciplinary artist Faith XLVII just released a new print entitled “410 BC – 340 BC”. It is a part of the 7.83hz Series in which raw intimacy is explored within abandoned buildings. In this series the earth’s resonance serves as a metaphor for our collective actions, which contribute to an overall reverberation that we can call

“The Silent Watcher” by Faith XLVII in Philadelphia

Here comes the largest street art Mural that Faith XLVII has Painted in her expansive career around the world. The 19 story, ‘The Silent Watcher’ spans an epic 11,000 square feet prominently set in West Philadelphia. USA. It also pays homage to Noam Chomsky who was born in Philadelphia with his quote ‘Optimism is a

“The Silent Watcher” by Faith XLVII in Philadelphia

The Silent Watcher is an 11,000 square foot mural on the eastern wall of the University Square building, which is 19 stories high. The mural has become a visual landmark and gateway from University City to West Philadelphia. This was produced by Mural Arts Philadelphia & created for University Square Complex   In the words of

Coverage – Beyond The Streets NYC, Williamsburg Brooklyn

Beyond The Streets NYC is a wet dream for any street art fan, or art enthusiast in general.  The sheer magnitude of this exhibition is just incredible.  Over a hundred and fifty of the greatest graffiti and street artist who have ever blessed this earth all together presented on two floors, spanning an entire city

“The Progress of The Truth of Men” by Faith XLVII in Canada

Faith XLVII recently spent some time in Canada where she was invited by the Vancouver Mural Festival. Entitled “The Progress of The Truth of Men”, the South African muralist brought to life another beautiful piece of work which will surely turn into one of Vancouver’s landmark. The piece features some text on top and bottom

“The Unbound” in San Fransisco by Faith XLVII

The Unbound thematic is born from Faith XLVII’s personal feelings of frustration of the social- political context of today. Watching the disharmony, the dismantling of human rights and the continuous struggle for equality is exhausting. The only way she can keep going is if she can transform some of this into her work. So the work stems

Coverage: Swoon x Heliotrope x BSA Pop-Up NYC

The first lady of street art Swoon is back with a pop-up exhibit, featuring newly released sketches by Swoon Studio and limited edition prints by six world-renowned street artists Case Maclaim, Faith XLVII, Icy And Sot, Li-Hill, Miss Van, & Tavar Zawacki (Above) all benefiting her charity The Heliotrope Foundation.