“The Exile” by Fintan Magee in Amman, Jordan

Australian artist Fintan Magee recently visited the city of Amman in Jordan accompanied by the good people from the AptArt association in order to bring some new lift into the Azraq refugee camp. Inside Azraq Refugee camp there is a space for children who arrive without their parents. All the stories are different. Some children lost

Pejac in Azraq Camp and Amman, Jordan

After revealing his recent work he created in Al-Hussein Palestinian refugee camp in Amman, Pejac just revealed two new works from his recent visit to Jordan. “Mothers Artists” was created im Azraq Camp for Syrian refugees and “Rotation” can be found on the streets of Amman. Both addressing the massive refugee crisis that is hitting Europe and

Pejac in Al-Hussein, a Palestinian refugee camp in Amman, Jordan

Spanish street artist Pejac just finished a series of works in Al-Hussein, a Palestinian refugee camp in Amman Jordan in collaboration with the Spanish embassy. The works aim to bring attention to what this camp represents in terms of the loss of both home and means of livelihood by Palestinians. Al-Hussein refugee camp was originally stablished

Akut from Herakut creates a large new mural in Amman, Jordan

While we last heard from him a few weeks ago in Hawaii, Akut from Herakut is now in Jordan where he just finished working on a large mural in Amman.AKUT & AptArt worked with UNHCR to share the voice of displaced people from various nations. Together with youth and young adults they painted this artwork

Jonathan Darby New Murals – Za’atari, Jordan

Jonathan Darby is currently in Za’atari, Jordan where he just finished working on “Peace Born Within” and “Compassion” for the excellent AptART project.The current situation in Syria and its effects on North Jordan have created tension and conflict that are difficult to escape. In an effort to help children achieve peace in their community, AptART

Herakut New Street Pieces – Za’atari, Jordan (Part II)

German Street Art duo Herakut are still in Za’atari, Jordan where they spent the last few days working on a new series of signature street pieces.The three-month project, which runs until end of March 2014, builds on earlier work with Syrian youth, refugees and internally displaced persons in the region. This amazing and inspiring project

Herakut New Street Pieces – Za’atari, Jordan

Herakut are currently in Jordan where they just finished working on these new pieces in Za’atari, the world’s second-largest refugee camp.For nearly three years, the civil war in Syria has caused violence on a horrific scale. Roughly 120,000 were killed before the U.N. stopped counting, nearly 5 million have been internally displaced, and since it

Ruben Sanchez “Mi Casa Es Tu Casa” New Mural – Za’atari, Jordan

Ruben Sanchez is currently in Jordan where he just finished working on this new piece in Za’atari, the world’s second-largest refugee camp.For nearly three bloody years, the civil war in Syria has caused violence on a horrific scale. Roughly 120,000 were killed before the U.N. stopped counting, nearly 5 million have been internally displaced, and since