James Bullough in Washington DC, USA

James Bullough recently finished painting one of his largest murals to date just outside of Washinton DC in the USA. This piece is only a few miles from where I grew up and being able to paint something so big and so close to home was very special for me.  The piece was organized with

James Bullough in Sweden for Artscape Festival

James Bullough just sent us some images from his newest artwork which was recently completed in Sweden for the always excellent Artscape Festival. The piece is inspired by the Celtic Fairytale of Niamh Chinn Óir, the fairy queen of the magical land across the sea. Known for her beautiful golden hair and white horse the

James Bullough in Roanoke, Virginia

Our buddy James Bullough just sent us a series of images from his latest artwork which was just completed somewhere on the streets of Roanoke, a city in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia. After several days of work, the talented artist brought to life a beautiful signature artwork which will surely be enjoyed by the

“Pania of the Reef” by James Bullough in Napier, New Zealand

James Bullough just returned from New Zealand for the SeaWalls project hosted by Pangeaseed where he created this wonderful piece of work. ‘Pania’ is the legendary protector of the reef in local Maori folklore and is believed to live in the waters off the coast of Napier NZ, the city where he painted her portrait. James

“Rise” by James Bullough in Kiev, Ukraine

Another day, another mural in Kiev! This time around its our friend Jame Bullough which just wrapped up this large piece in Ukraine. Entitled “Rise”, this piece was created at a time when conflict and confusion have a hold in so many corners of the globe. The artwork speaks to the ability each of us

James Bullough in Atlanta, USA

Our friend James Bullough recently completed this awesome mural in Atlanta Georgia USA for the Outerspace Project put on by GregMike and ABV Gallery. This mural is a continuation of his “Breaking Point” series in which he worked with dancers in Berlin and posed them in ways that reflect the dramatic breaking points in everyones lives, good or

James Bullough creates a new piece for the Richmond Mural Project

James Bullough spent the last few days in Richmond where he was invited by Art Whino to paint for the Richmond Mural Project.The American artist combines a realistic style with a geometric twist that breaks his paintings into fractured imagery, creating an additional element of line and shape. Each image is close to Realism, as

James Bullough creates a new mural in East London, UK

Berlin-based James Bullough is currently in London where he just finished working on a new piece on the streets of Trendy Shoreditch.Organized with the help of LondonGraffiti, James quickly worked his way through this signature piece showing two hands representing the links between London and Berlin. Continue reading for a bunch of extra images on this