“Loading Street Art…” by Dadara in Breda, Netherlands

Please wait. Loading street art… This is not Photoshop. It’s a mural recently done by Dadara in Van Coothplein, Breda. The artwork was done in collaboration with Blind Walls Gallery and Graphic Matters. Dutch artist Dadara or Daniel Rozenberg began his artistic career in the early nineties designing flyers and record covers, and doing live-paintings for the

Julieta XLF new wall in Amsterdam

Julieta XLF recently spent some time in Amsterdam, Netherlands where she was invited to create one of her magic artwork. She was invited to work under the theme “Amsterdam for everybody” for the If Walls could Speak Festival curated by Amsterdam Street Art. A quote can be found at the bottom of her wall which

“Uncertain Journey” by David De La Mano in Haarlem, Netherlands

Prolific Muralist and painter David De La Mano just landed in Europe for the summer street art festival season! Working on the streets of Haarlem, a city outside of Amsterdam in the northwest Netherlands, David was given the opportunity to work on an unusually shaped facade. The end result is entitled “Uncertain Journey” and depicts

Nuno Viegas in Leiden, The Netherlands

Nuno Viegas just sent us some images from his latest mural which was just completed somewhere on the streets of Leiden in Netherlands. Nuno Viegas, also known as Metis, is a Portuguese artist which presents us a contrast between the visually aggressive and sometimes dirty reality of the graffiti subworld and his peaceful and clean representation

“Hit the Lights” mural collaboration by Sebas Velasco & Telmo Miel in Rotterdam

Seb Velascos and Telmo Miel recently collaborated on a brand new urban art mural somewhere on the streets of Rotterdam in Netherlands for the Sober Collective. Entitled “Hit The Lights”, the new piece is impressive as ever and feature each artists’ distinctive imagery and signature styles. It’s always interesting to see collaborative pieces that truly

Recap: “Heerlen Murals” in Netherlands

Heerlen Murals organised a wide range of interventions and activities from August to December 2016 in and around the center of Heerlen, Netherlands. This year’s theme was called “There’s more than meets the eye” and it dealt with the diversity and the ‘do it yourself’-mentality of the artform. The artist were challenged to produce work that have either

“Let Me Be Myself” by Kobra in Amsterdam

Brazilian street artist Edoardo Kobra just wrapped up a large new piece entitled “Let Me Be Myself” somewhere on the streets of Amsterdam in Netherlands. Using his signature kaleidoscope-like style, Kobra worked several days to create this huge and beautiful portrait of Anna Frank, a German-born diarist and writer. Anna Frank was one of the most discussed Jewish

Two new works from E. Lee in Amsterdam

Chicago based American artist E. Lee is on the move in Europe, this time putting up new works in the Guezenveld and Slotermeer neighborhoods of Amsterdam. “Remorse” (top) and “Ode to Tulips” (bottom) were completed this week in conjunction with the Street Art Museum Amsterdam. “Remorse” features Superman in a moment of deep thought. It