Don’t Fret With New Street Pieces & New Show In Chicago

Work from Don’t Fret has been popping over with frequency over the last couple of months in Chicago and now we know why! The hometown hero is prepping his first show in town in 2 years, entitled “Big Shoulders”, which opens Friday July 7th at Johalla Projects. Always a proud Chicagoan Don’t Fret says “…from

E. LEE Entices Us With “Free Bird Seed” In Chicago

Street art can and should be fun, as Chicago’s own E. LEE has proven yet again. The artist has completed a quadriptych street piece for the exterior cornerstones of two restaurants bordering Soho House Chicago in the West Loop.  After taking on Superman, The Hulk, and Batman in recent pieces Lee has given life to

New Work By Kobra Pays Tribute To Vivian Maier In Chicago

World renowned Brazilian artist Kobra returned to Chicago Illinois this month. Kobra last visited Chicago to create his acclaimed 10-story Muddy Waters mural as part of Big Walls 2016 – a mural festival facilitated by Columbia College and The Wabash Arts Corridor . Having come back to Chicago for the well-publicized mural dedication on June

RONE The Alpha Project Melbourne

Our good friend RONE recently launched The Alpha Project – a cluster of four massive portrait murals painted secretly over three months in an large abandoned paper mill due for demolition. In an nearby building, another smaller portrait is visible surrounded by rubble in a scene resembling a war zone not inner suburban Melbourne. The murals were

Roam couch’s new mural “Midnight Recital” in Japan

Japanese stencil artist Roamcouch is back at it again with his new piece entitled “Midnight Recital”.  As usual Roamcouch delivers a highly detailed piece that seems almost lifelike.  Check out the detailed images below.

Hendrik ECB Beikirch in Marrakech

German artist Hendrick Beikirch aka ECB recently returned to Marrakech to continue his mural series ‘Tracing Morroco’ where he illustrates across the globe large portraits of Moroccan characters he met during his residency at Jardin Rouge in collaboration with the Montresso Fondation. This series of portraits depicted in the book ‘Tracing Morocco’ (covered here) is the result of encounters

Coverage: “Hue Mural Festival” in Houston, Texas.

Earlier this month we were in Houston during the Hue Mural Festival and caught up with west coast based artist Risk, and Amsterdam based artists The London Police as they painted their murals and partied hard in the city. The festival brought artists together from all over the world into an area of downtown Houston

Hebru Brantley creates something new for Murals In The Market in Detroit

Chicago’s Hebru Brantley has had a busy summer and just finished this piece for “Murals In The Market”. In Detroit’s Eastern Market neighborhood, this massive work is 60×28 and on the corner of Adelade and Russell.It features Hebru’s signature Flyboy alongside a background of line art of historic Detroit sights and sonds.Murals in the Market