Martin Whatson New Mural In Paris, France

While we last heard from him last September in Oslo (covered), Martin Whatson is now in Paris where he just completed this new mural.The Norwegian artist delivers this beautiful 5 layers stencil combined with various layers of colourful graffiti.If you wanna see this angel by yourself, you’ll have to go Rue Lemon, Paris.

Martin Whatson New Mural In Oslo, Norway

Martin Whatson spent the last two days working on this large-scale stencil on the streets of Oslo.Entitled “En Pointe 5”, the Norwegian artist delivers his largest-piece to date with this beautiful dancer and her tagged ballet tutu.If you stop by Oslo, this one can be seen on Maridalsveien 49, just above the Aleksander Kiellands plass.Check back

Martin Whatson “Eternal Reflection” New Print Available August 6th

Norwegian stencil artist Martin Whatson will be releasing his new screenprint next Monday.“Eternal Reflection”will come in 4 different colourways, Pink, Blue, Orange and Pink, each is an edition of 25, it measures 80 x 60cm and comes signed, stamped and numbered. Available HERE on Monday August 6th at 5PM UK for £125 each

“Street Smart” New Group Show Bergen, Norway April 25th

The Norwegian Goblin Mag presents “Street Smart” their very first group exhibition at Bergen Kjøtt in the hanseatic city of Bergen in Norway.This new exhibition will be showing original pieces by Fin DAC, Martin Whatson, DotDotDot, Icy and Sot, Orticanoodles, BTOY, L.E.T, Thomas Donaldson, Decycle, Vanessa Dakinsky, Dillon Boy and Roamcouch who also designed the exhibition’s flyer. The exhibition will open on 25th and run

“Crossing Borders” Group Show With Dal, Faith47, Stinkfish, Martin Whatson, Klone… MSAGallery Paris March 31st

“Crossing Borders” will open later this month in Paris at MSAGallery, this new group show will be featuring new works by DAL, David Walker, Stinkfish, Faith47, David Shillinglaw, Martin Whatson, Klone, Snik, Otto Schade, Ben Slow, Joseph Loughborough, FIN DAC,  Inkie and a small selection of secondary market pieces by the infamous Banksy for the

Martin Whatson “Punk’s Not Dead” New Edition Available March 25th

Norwegian artist Martin Whatson will be releasing a new hand painted edition later next week.“Punk’s Not Dead” is a limited run of 10, measures 50 x 70cm, hand painted stencil on acrylic paper, signed, number and stamped by the artist. Available HERE on March 25th for £200

Martin Whatson x StreetArtNews “Chinook Hearts” Handfinished Prints Giveaway

SAN has teamed up with Martin Whatson to give you the chance of winning one of two “Chinook Hearts” hand finished prints, signed and doodled by the Norwegian artist himself. A couple hand painted stickers will also be enclosed! Martin Whatson is one of the most talented stencil artists today, creating something beautiful out of

Martin Whatson New Murals In Oslo, Norway

Martin Whatson painted new pieces this week in Oslo for the T&J Art Walk event. “Lost Hope” and “Punk’s Not Dead” are two very nice pieces by the stencil artist from Norway. Pics by Martin Whatson