Recap: Pow! Wow! Tokyo 2015

POW! WOW!, is a gathering of contemporary artists who engage with the broader community through the process and creation of art, has recently expended to Asia with a new tour date which just happened on the streets of Tokyo in Japan.POW! WOW! Japan was centered in Tokyo with over a dozen murals being created simultaneously

POW! WOW! Reveals a Large Collaborative Mural in Shibuya, Tokyo

With POW! WOW! team announcing events in Taiwan and Japan happening between October 17th and November 21st, they recently revealed a large collaborative mural on a legendary wall in Shibuya, Tokyo. Painted by the local artists Mon, Bakibaki, Cook One, Usugrow, Dragon76, Luise One, Jay Shogo and Frankie Cihi, this piece is a prelude to upcoming

Ludo unveils a series of new pieces in Tokyo, Japan

Our friend Ludo has landed on Planet Japan where he’s been hard at work on the busy streets of our favorite megalopolis, Tokyo.After a few days of scouting locations and walls, the French artist created several new pieces which are all featuring some of his mutant green imagery. Flowers mixed with guns, Cherry skulls and

ONEQ creates a gorgeous mural on the streets of Tokyo, Japan

ONEQ spent a few days working on this beautiful new piece somewhere on the streets of Tokyo in Japan.Inspired by Japanese and American art styles, the talented street artist mixed up both worlds to create this gorgeous piece which cast one’s mind back to manga and comics. The Japanese artist defines his work as pop

Roamcouch “London Calling” New Mural – Gifu, Japan

Roamcouch just finished working on this new mural on the streets of his hometown Gifu in Japan.The Japanese stencil artist spent the last few days working on this exquisite and intricate stencil which is entitled “London Calling”. If you are stopping by the lovely city of Gifu, you’ll be able to find it on 259 Higashimusubu, Anpachi-cho,

Roamcouch “Rainbow Inc./Brooklyn Bridge” New Mural – Gifu, Japan

Roamcouch just finished working on this new mural somehwere on the streets of his hometown Gifu in Japan.The Japanese stencil artist spent the last ten days working on this exquisite and intricate stencil which is entitled “Rainbow Inc./Brooklyn Bridge”. 140 layers were used to paint this new piece,  mind-boggling.Hit the jump for more images on this

Invader New Invasions – Tokyo, Japan (Part III)

Invader is still Japan where he’s been more than busy working on several new invasions for the streets of Tokyo.The French-artist went on a retro pilgrimage with Astro Boy, Princess Peach, Dragon Quest’ slimes or Gandrizer popping up in pixelated 8 bit versions all over town.Hit the jump for more images on these new mosaic

Ludo New Street Pieces – Tokyo, Japan (Part II)

Ludo is still in Japan from where he just sent us this series of new pieces from his latest pieces on the streets of Tokyo.The Parisian street artist quickly worked his way through this series of large-pieces showing some of his signature mutant imagery.Hit the jump for more images and as usual stick with us