Case creates a new indoor piece in Basel, Switzerland

Case from the Ma’Claim crew recently stopped by the lovely city of Basel in Switzerland where he managed to paint another striking piece.In town with his friend Robin and Smash137, the German artist quickly worked his way through this hyper-realistic pair of hands. A favorite of his!Hit the jump for a closer look at this

Basik New Street Piece – Hammamet, Tunisia

Basik just sent us a series of new shots from his latest street piece somewhere on the beach of Hammamet, a small town in Tunisia.As usual with the Italian painter, his street art pieces are visually powerful and simple. His flat rendition of hand gestures and cryptic symbolism captures the imagination and holds it with

Basik New Mural – Tunisia

After the successful opening of his solo show in Milan, Basik flew to North Africa where he had to opportunity to work on some new “street” pieces.The Italian artist made this piece in the middle of the Tunisian desert, near the old troglodyte town of Matmata. Luckily, he found a rather nice abandoned building along

Basik New Hands Mural – Rimini, Italy

After a sweet collaboration earlier this month (covered), Basik is back on the streets of Rimini, Italy with this solo piece.This piece is about superstition, still quite ingrained in some areas of Italy. Basik painted these gestures, for which Italians are quite famed around the globe.Click in to see all the details and then stay

MTO “Hope” New Mural – New Orleans, Louisiana

MTO is still busy on the streets of New Orleans in Louisiana where he recently finished working on this new mural which is entitled “Hope”.Located on the corner of 7th street and South Saratoga, the French street artist quickly painted this signature hyper-realistic piece. Originally, the crossed fingers represented the cross on which Jesus was crucified,

Case New Mural For OQ-Paint – Erfurt, Germany

Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case is currently in Erfurt, Germany where he spent the last few days working on this sweet new piece for OQ-Paint. With this new mural, the prolific German street artist continues to work on his signature hyper-realistic coloured hands. Case is also a founding member of graffiti crew Ma’Claim, a group