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
Whoop, whoop …Mannheim has a new mural and THE LONDON POLICE have taken STADT.WAND.KUNST (SWK) literally. The finished mural shows a city scenery in the unmistakable, comic style of the Amsterdam artist collective. A great, great work that the oldschoolers of the street art scene delivered on their return to the schoolyard – not only
1010 – The name, the word, the numbers. It all sounds as mysterious as the artist himself, who by choice tries to stay anonymous. Most readers today are spoilt with a gamut of information when they read an article about a contemporary artist. And the lack of information makes 1010 the artist, and his art work even more intriguing and appealing. Over recent
Case Ma’Claim just returned from Berlin where he painted the large new piece entitled “The Future Is Female” for the first edition of the Berlin Mural Festival. This mural shows Case’s friend Benjamin and his smart daughter Carla. The artist wants to dedicate this piece to all the good and hard working Papas out there!
German artist Mr Woodland spent some time in Berlin where he was invited to paint a large new piece for the first edition of Berlin Mural Festival. Entitled “Hope”, the Munich-based muralist brought to life another large-scale mural filled with vividly colored characters. If you would like to check it out for yourself, the piece
Snik and Nuno Viegas just returned from Berlin, Germany where they were invited to paint for Urban Nation. Snik are an art duo based in the United Kingdom. With over a decade’s experience painting walls inside and out they have established themselves as one of the most interesting and progressive stencil artists of the moment.
A crazy All-Star street art collaboration just went up this week in Europe, Germany for the first edition of the Berlin Mural Festival. Herakut, Onur and Wes21 are crazy and brought to life a stunning piece of work. The piece reads “As Long As You Are Standing, Give a Hand To Those Who Have Fallen”.
While visiting his home town for a solo exhibition at Kunstverein Offenburg, Johannes Mundinger had a pleasure to paint on one of the buildings where two of his ancestors had lived in, in the 19th century, when both had been imprisoned for smuggling a forbidden socialist newspaper to Germany. Collaborating with Elias Errerd, artists completed the
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