Mina Hamada & Zosen Bandido in Corbeil-Essonnes, France

Our friends Mina Hamada & Zosen Bandido teamed up with the good people from Gallery Mathgoth to work on a new project in the city of Corbeil-Essonnes, France. The Argentinean-Japanese artist duo painted 5 walls over the course of 6 days, quite an impressive feature! The project entitled “Spring Colours” was imagined to celebrate Spring’s

“Parasite” by Hopare in Uzes, France

Hopare recently participated in the Cicada Festival in France where he was invited to work his magic on a new building. The piece is entitled “Parasite” and was painted in Uzes, a small town and a commune in the Gard department in southern France. Specializing in portraiture, the French artist brought to life another vibrant

TWOONE in Lieusaint, France

Japanese artist Hiroyasu Tsuri aka TWOONE just kicked off the Wall Street Art Festival which will be taking place in the south of Paris, France in the coming weeks. Geared with brushes, rollers and paint, the Berlin-based muralist brought to life this signature artwork showing a large Egret. The artist took inspiration from the local lake

Levalet in Orleans, France

Parisian artist Levalet just took a trip to the city of Orleans in France where he created a series of brand new street artworks. Working primarily using paper and ink, Levalet creates site-specific pieces that adapts to the ever-changing urban landscape. With seven new pieces, it has been a rather busy time for Levalet but

“Chateau De Ludo” in Paris, France

French artist Ludo returned to the streets of France with two new pieces that popped up in the city of Paris. Ludo created his own Parisian wine with “Chateau De Ludo”, the artwork shows an oversized wine-bottle dressed up with his trademark skull-grape design. Discover another bonus artwork below and then head over to our

“Everything Gonna Be Ok” by Ludo in Paris, France

One of the most recognizable street and contemporary artist nowadays goes by the name of Ludo. His hybrid creatures mixing nature and technology draw attention to the influence that man-made machines have on our environment. Using as many as three primary colors – black, white and his trademark fluorescent green – Ludo tackles a wonderful

“Le colosse aux pieds d’argile” by Monkeybird in Paris, France

French duo Monkeybird just wrapped up an impressive piece of work in Paris for a collaboration between Nanterre University and the Musée du Louvre… This project born for the 50th anniversary of May 1968 (Nanterre University it’s was a crucial place for the philosophy of May 1968). The goal for this project was to use art piece from

Several new pieces by Ludo in Paris, France

Our friend Ludo just sent us a batch of super fresh images of his newest pieces that just appeared on the streets of Paris. Working primarily with Grey scale and green, the French artist brought to life some large and impressive artworks.  As usual with Ludo, his works are striking when you encounter them in