“Gestures of a Square” by Li-Hill in Dalston, East London

Street artist Li-Hill recently a mural entitled “Gestures of a Square” at Gillett Square, a unique and important public space in the heart of Dalston, East London. Physically, it is a granite open space flanked by jazz bars, cafes, food outlets and a host of other activities. Culturally, the square is the co-presence of people – people

15 Striking Animal Street Art Murals

The animal kingdom have been a source of inspiration for many artists. Through reintroducing nature with the urban landscape, we get to rediscover our environment. From raising awareness about animal rights to just simply appreciating the beauty of the creatures, there are a lot of themes found in animal-inspired street art. Whether it is a whimsical

“Process of Acceleration” by Li-Hill in Grenoble, France

Canadian artist Li-Hill just wrapped up “Process Of Acceleration”, a large new mural in France for the Street Art Fest Grenoble Alpes. Based on research about Grenoble, this piece speaks about the technological and environmentally focused innovation hub that Grenoble has become. How the geographic setting of Grenoble amid the mountains and rushing rivers, allowed

Preview: The Bushwick Collective 7th Annual Block Party, Brooklyn, NY 06/02/18

This Saturday June 2nd, 2018 The Bushwick Collective 7th Annual Block Party in Brooklyn, NY is the place to be!  Free for all this yearly event features, music, food, venders, face painting, a beer garden, food trucks, free haircuts… and art… live art… and more ART!!  Some of the best street artists in the world

Coverage: Swoon x Heliotrope x BSA Pop-Up NYC

The first lady of street art Swoon is back with a pop-up exhibit, featuring newly released sketches by Swoon Studio and limited edition prints by six world-renowned street artists Case Maclaim, Faith XLVII, Icy And Sot, Li-Hill, Miss Van, & Tavar Zawacki (Above) all benefiting her charity The Heliotrope Foundation.

Recap: POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016

POW! WOW! Long Beach successfully returned for the second consecutive year and artists from around the globe flew in California to participate in the week- long event bringing art and culture to the city. This year, a lot more artists were in town and the very interesting line-up included 123Klan, Aaron Li-Hill, Andrew Hem, Brendan Monroe, Cinta Vidal,

“The Impact Of Discovery” by Li-Hill in Kiev, Ukraine

New York based Canadian street artist Li-Hill just painted the building of the Cultural Arts Center of the biggest Technical University of Ukraine “KPI” in Kiev. This piece speaks to two influential discoveries within the last two centuries. The name of the artwork is “The Impact Of Discovery”. Painted on this multi-surfaced building is an explosion created from

“The Deacon of Dark River”, a new mural by Li-Hill in Reykjavik, Iceland

Li-Hill‘s latest wall was done in Reykjavik on the old Iceland Opera building as part of Wall Poetry in collaboration with Urban Nation. Paired with a musical artists, the Canadian street artist drew inspiration from John Grant’s song “Pale Green Ghost” and in line with the theatrical setting, an old popular Icelandic ghost story called