“The Butterfly Catcher” by Case Maclaim in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Case Maclaim recently finished an almost 200-square-meter piece of art entitled “The Butterfly Catcher”. It was created on a house facade at Festweg 1, Gelsenkirchen, Germany. It is an interpretation of a classic ancient masterpiece by Carl Spitzweg in the 1840’s. “The Butterfly Catcher” shows the importance of catching details in the moment. Nature is full

“Happy Meal” by Low Bros in Hamburg, Germany

The Low Bros painted the facade of another supermarket. Or more precisely, a former supermarket. The building is now hosting the Affenfaust gallery. It is located in the district of St. Pauli in the brothers hometown Hamburg. Their mural „Happy Meal“ reflects on our relationship to groceries, especially how abstract the production of meat and

“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

“Intercultural Balance” by Ruben Sanchez in Mannheim, Germany

The 39 year old Spanish artist Ruben Sanchez aka ZOONCHEZ, brought a touch of sunshine to the city of Mannheim, Germany. Not just as his home is sunny Spain, but with his good mood and positive outlook, he left a warm mural behind on the streets of Neckarstadt-West for the Montana Cans 2019 Stadt.Wand.Kunst (SWK)

PEETA in Mannheim, Germany

PEETA recently stopped in the lovely city of Mannheim in Germany to create a new piece for the Stadt Wand Kunst Street Art Festival. Supported by the good lads from Montana Cans, PEETA brought to life another of his surreal optical illusion. The technique is simply stellar and it looks like the artwork was built

“Gray Habitat” by David De La Mano in Berlin

Long time world traveller David De La Mano is now in Berlin where he was invited by the good people from Urban Nation. Painting for the “One Wall” mural project curated by Yasha Young, the talented artist brought to life one of his over-sized shadows in the streets of Berlin. Entitled “Gray Habitat”, the piece

“Jump Through Time” by Waone in Mannheim, Germany

Ukrainian artist WAONE just sent us some images from his latest artwork which was just completed somewhere on the streets of Mannheim This piece was painted with the good people from stadt-wand-kuns, Montana Cans official and Alte Fauerwache in Mannheim Germany. Painting in just over eight days, this artwork measures 8 meters high by 12

“The Cabinet of curiosities” by Liqen in Munich, Germany

Spanish artist Liqen just wrapped up an impressive new piece in Germany on the streets of Munich. This cabinet of curiosities is a compendium of motifs, rarities and objects that have appeared in Liqen’s mind during practically all his life, his own concerns, as a reminder of those times of observation and drawing with special