“Monkey Palace” by Artez in Muzaffarpur, India

It’s been a quiet couple of months from our good buddy Artez (probably because he’s preparing for his solo show in Italy quite soon!), but we just received couple of flicks from him straight from Muzaffarpur. Artwork painted for “Walk for Bihar” project was made with the help of handmade bamboo scaffolding and it took 3 days

“BREAKING NEWS” by Escif in Panjim, India

Our good friend Escif has just unveiled his two new pieces, he called the first one called “WILD CAT TAMED” and the second one “DEMONETISATION”. I spend almost one month in Panjim. Every morning, with my breakfast, I get used to read different local newspapers (The Navhind Times, O Heraldo, The Goan,…). I get addicted to

“Precious little things” by Artez in Mumbai, India

Our friend Artez has just sent in some images of his fresh, still drying mural in Mumbai, India. This artwork was inspired by the phrase “Do what you love – love what you do”, which is the official slogan of Whistling Woods International, one of the most important and famous film studios in Bollywood film

“Free Painting” by Escif in Panjim, India

  Trying to get involved in the Indian Panjim community, Escif decided to get a job there. He bought some brushes and good paint… and started walking on the streets offering his skills as a professional painter. In order to promote himself and start getting good jobs he decided to offer his services for free. He put his hands

Three new pieces from Artez in Serbia and India

Based in Belgrade, street artist by the name Artez is one of the leading Serbian aritsts to emerge on the local graffiti scene, best known as an artist who likes to mix photo-realism and illustrations, with an amazing ability to incorporate vibrant colours of his work. While we haven’t heard much from Artez in a while, he

“La Petite Mort” by Faith 47 in India

“La Petite Mort” is the newest intervention by South-African artist Faith47 which took place around the streets of India. The lotus, while rooted in the mud, blossoms on long stalks floating above the muddy waters. This ability for something so strong and pure growing out of dirty water is symbolic of our struggle despite the

“Usual Unusual” by Do & Khatra in Hyderabad, India

Do and Khatra recently finished this brand new collaboration for the St+Art Festival which took place on the streets of Hyderabad in India. The Indian Street Art duo quickly worked their way through this super fun piece which shows an elder man about to brush his only teeth. The piece is painted using pastel colors

“Background subtraction” by Daan Botlek in Bangalore, India

Helped by the local art students, Daan Botlek recently finished this massive intervention on the Palace Road in Bangalore, India. Invited by the St+art India project, the artist and his team of helpers spent couple of day tackling this beast of a wall and turning it into a playful image. Dutch artist that has been known for taking an