“Strange Bird” by Lonac in NYC

Wrapping up his first US trip, Lonac stopped in NYC back in December to paint one of his signature mutant fish pieces on the streets of the city that never sleeps. Taking advantage of the mild winter weather the Croatin artist battled the crowds by spending couple of early mornings working on his last piece for

Coverage: Hanksy Presents “Surplus Candy LA in Virtual Reality in NYC” 10/14/16 NYC

New York City’s king of street art puns Hanksy is once again pushing the boundaries of art and technology.  Earlier this year Hanksy treated Los Angeles to a one day only show where himself, and a ton of other artists (including Drew Merrit, CYRCLE, Mear One, Craola, Hanksy, Annie Preece, Starfighter, Fanakapan, SharkToof, BD White, Greg Frederick… and many more) transformed a house in LA

“The Watcher” by Fin DAC in Bushwick

Our Irish friend Fin DAC has spent the last few days on a very high ladder, battling the elements in New York whilst trying to hit a deadline for a new piece for the Skillosophy event at Livestream in Bushwick. ‘The Watcher’ is the end result and continues his move away from his usual asian-themed

Invader’s 6th wave of Invasion in New York City

Invader spent the last few days in New York City where he worked his way through his 6th wave of Invasion. After several restless nights, 42 new pieces have just appeared in the Big Apple. This is the most accomplished Invasion ever undertaken in this city, with some space invaders mosaics but also tributes to

Ever paints a large mural in Harlem, New York City

Ever was also part of this year’s line-up for Monument Art which took place on the busy streets of Harlem in New York City.“The second conquest” is a piece that reflects reality, future and progress. The three characters describe the American reality, their new skin, new protagonists. Based on photos taken by Martha Cooper in

“Wu-Tang Care Bears”, a new piece by Jerkface in New York City

Yesterday afternoon, Jerkface spent his sunday working on a brand new piece in Nolita, New York City.After a few hours of work, the American artist unveiled this piece showing a crossover between the Wu-Tang Clan and the Care Bears. Jerkface’s street art is described as whimsical and nostalgia-inducing, and his pop culture paintwork has become

‘Estamos Todos Los Que Cabemos’, a new mural by Faith47 in New York City

Our friend Faith47 is currently in North America where she just finished working on a brand new mural in Harlem for Monument Art.This new piece was painted as part of the monument art NYC project which is focusing on the issue of immigration. ‘estamos todos los que cabemos’ speaks of the migrationary patterns of birds, observing

Nemo creates a second mural on the streets of New York City

While you discovered his first piece in Big Apple a few days ago, Nemo is still busy in New York where he just finished working on a second mural.Entitled “Stoks – Pillory”, the Italian artist quickly created this interesting piece showing one of his signature characters stuck inside a television pillory. Pretty straightforward, this piece goes