Invader invades Rabat in Morocco

Just one month after his recent street invasion of the beautiful Marrakech, the one and only Invader went back to Morocco to invade its capitale city also known as Rabat ! Rabat is a wonderful city, a perfect location for the 20 mosaics, the French street artist has disseminated in the narrow streets of the medina, filled with riads, stray cats and

El Mac in Agdz & Merzouga, Morocco

El Mac recently spent a few weeks in Morocco where along with David Choe he brought to life several new pieces. Painting on the streets of Agdz & Merzouga, the American artist created some of his stunning photo-realistic imagery which was painted using spray-paint. One of the pieces is located outside the Casbah des Arts, and is

Remi Rough in Rabat, Morocco

Our friend Remi Rough just sent us some sweet images from his latest piece which was created in Rabat, Morocco. Painting at the Mohamed VI Museum, the British artist brought to life some of his signature abstract imagery with a vibrant red and black piece. Born in 1971 in South London,  Remi/Rough has been breaking aesthetic

“Cosmic Balance” by Deih in Rabat

Our friend Deih recently spent some time in Rabat, Morocco where he was invited to paint for the latest edition of the Jidar Street Art Festival. Entitled “Cosmic Balance”, the Spanish artist spent a few days working on Jacob Mansoir Street where he created a vibrant piece featuring some of his signature comic-inspired imagery. As

“The Moroccan Weaver Of Rugs” by Case Ma’Claim in Rabat

Case Ma’Claim was also in Rabat, Morocco for Jidar Street Art Festival where he spent a few days working on a brand new piece. Entitled “The Moroccan Weaver Of Rugs”, the German artist painted this interesting artwork showing the process of rug-making by a skilled Moroccan craftsman. Carpets and rugs have been for a very long traditionally

Saner New Mural in Rabat, Morocco

Moroccan capital of Rabat recently hosted Jidar urban art festival which produced a series of mural through the city. One of the invited artists was Saner from Mexico, known for his figurative works strongly influenced by Mexican tradition and culture. For this work the artist mixed the elements of his native culture along with the

Pixel Pancho in in Youssoufia, Morocco

While we last heard from him on the streets of Rome a few days ago, Pixel Pancho and our friends from Sericraft just travelled to Youssoufia in Morocco for the Street Art Caravan Festival. Specializing in robotic creatures, the globe-trotting Italian artist created this impressive piece of work showing a rather large bird feeding its

“11 Mirages to the Freedom” by Okuda in Youssoufia, Morocco

Okuda recently spent some time in Morocco where he was invited to paint a new church for the Street Art Caravane event. Painting on the streets of Youssoufia, the Spanish street artist spent a few days to create this vibrant piece of work entitled “11 Mirages to the Freedom”. The piece feature some of his ultra colorful