“The last winter” by Dulk in Churchill, Canada

The growing melting of the Arctic, caused by global warming, threatens the survival of polar bears. Polar bears need ice to walk, hunt and breastfeed their young. If there is no ice there is no rest, no food, and death begins to persecute them. The melting of the blocks forces them to swim for hundreds of

“Recycling Kingdom” by Rustam Qbic in Napier, New Zealand

Rustam Qbic recently finished his latest large scale mural titled “Recycling Kingdom”, for Seawalls Projects by Pangeaseed Foundation in Napier, New Zealand. Slightly stepping away from his signature imagery and color palette, Rusian artist painted an environmentally focused image that is paying tribute to human’s relationship and dependence on our oceans. Using spray paint and acrylic

“Kaitiaki” by Askew in Napier, New Zealand

Askew thought long & hard about a name for his ‪Sea Walls‬ mural in Napier & one word constantly rang true during the week, it was Kaitiaki – it’s the Māori word for guardianship of air, land & sea. With his mural, he was attempting to address several interrelated issues. Everything is connected because we live on

“Fake” by Sepe in Miami, Florida

The other day we were writing about the the collaborative project curated by Urban Nation and PangeaSeed Foundation, so today we’re revealing another piece created for this effort. During his first visit to Wynwood, Polish artist Sepe painted a piece titled “Fake”, right next to the featured wall by Nevercrew. The artist who is often

SeaWalls ’15: Bicicleta Sem Freio creates a new piece in Cozumel, Mexico

While you discovered some progress images a few days ago, Bicicleta Sem Freio have now completed their latest mural on the streets of Cozumel, Mexico.In town with JUSTKIDS for SeaWalls: Murals For Oceans and PangeaSeed, the Brazilian duo created this super vibrant piece which has now become their trademark. The theme was the ocean’s plastic

SeaWalls ’15: Smithe paints a beautiful mural in Cozumel, Mexico

Smithe has always been one of our favorite artists and luckily for us, he was part of this year’s line-up in Cozumel, Mexico for SeaWalls: Murals For Oceans. His work varies from colorful and cheerful subjects to acid themes rendered through a rather gore tone. His self-taught training has led him to experiment with different

SeaWalls ’15: Alexis Diaz creates a new piece in Cozumel, Mexico

With over 30 artists painting the streets of Cozumel in Mexico, SeaWalls: Murals For Oceans was a brilliant event which saw the birth of several breath-taking pieces including this mural by Alexis Diaz.The Puerto Rican muralist spent about a week geared with ink and tiny brushes to create this ultra-detailed piece. This artwork shows the

SeaWalls ’15: Work In Progress by Bicicleta Sem Freio in Cozumel, Mexico

Brought over by JustKids on the streets of the island of Cozumel in Mexico, Bicicleta Sem Freio are currently working on their walls for PangeaSeed and SeaWalls: Murals For Oceans.Geared with a lot of acrylic paint and brushes, the Brazilian street art duo composed of Renato and Douglas already spent four days working on this