“The Gardener” by Fintan Magee in Ragusa, Italy

Fintan Magee was recently invited to take part in the second edition of the FestiWall Street Art Festival which took place in the lovely island of Sicily. Painting on the streets of Ragusa, the Australian artist once again went with a super-sized wall which is entitled “The Gardener”. After several days of work, the finished

“A Free Woman” by Hyuro in Ragusa, Sicily

The one and only Hyuro just returned from Italy where she painted a huge wall for the FestiWall Street Art Festival which took place on the streets of Ragusa. Entitled “A Free Woman”, this piece pays tribute to Maria Ochipinti ( 1921-1996 ) a militant pacifist, anarchist, feminist, a woman who is recorded in Sicilian history as

“Neighbors Envy” by SatOne in Ragusa, Italy

SatOne recently took part in the FestiWall Street Art Festival which took place on the streets of Ragusa in Italy. The Munich-based artist quickly worked his way through this signature abstract piece which is entitled “Neighbors Envy”. The talented artist is an illustrator and muralist with a base in Munich however he is originally from Venezuela. The skilled graphic

“Immobile” by Agostino Iacurci in Ragusa, Italy

Our friend Agostino Iacurci just wrapped up a new piece for the FestiWall Street Art Festival 2016. Painting on the streets of Ragusa in Italy, the Italian illustrator and muralist worked his way through this large building to create a beautiful new piece which is showing some of his signature imagery. A series of vibrant vases

Moneyless unveils a new piece in Ragusa, Italy

We continue our ongoing coverage of the FestiWall Street Art Festival which recently took place on the streets of Ragusa in Sicily.Moneyless was also part of this year’s lineup and as usual with the Italian artist, the end-result is another awesome piece of work.The artist grew up as a member of the 90’s graffiti scene

Pixel Pancho paints a new mural in Ragusa, Sicily

While we last heard from him in Las Vegas a few days ago, Pixel Pancho flew straight to lovely sicily for the FestiWall Street Art Festival.Painting on the streets of Ragusa, the Turin-based muralist brought to life some of his magic imagery with this robotic themed image showing a couple of famers and their oranges.

Natalia Rak unveils a new mural in Ragusa, Italy for FestiWall

Natalia Rak was also in Sicily where she was invited by the good people from FestiWall to create a new mural on the streets of Ragusa. The Polish artist created yet another dreamlike piece showing a young boy fishing high up on a pink moon. With skillful use of color contrast and dimension, she painted this