“Herehia” by FinDAC in Papeete, Tahiti

It has been a while since we last heard from our Irish friend FinDAC on StreetArtNews, because as we all know FinDAC usually steers clear of mural festivals/events, but recently he has broken with that tradition to travel all the way to Central Southern Pacific to take part in the 4th edition of Ono’u Street Art and

ROA paints a massive Coconut Crab in Papeete, Tahiti

ROA was also in Tahiti where he was invited to paint a new piece on the streets of Papeete for the Ono’U Street Art Festival.Geared with Spray Paint and Acrylic, the Belgian artist quickly worked his way through this signature monochrome artwork showing a giant coconut crab. ROA is now on his way to paint

Kobra unveils a new mural in Papeete, Tahiti

Kobra was also part of this year’s lineup for the Ono’U Festival in Papeete, Tahiti where he worked on a brand new mural.The Brazilian artist and his assistants quickly worked their way through this signature piece showing two portraits of Polynesian girls in his signature kaleidoscopic style.Continue reading for more detailed images from this artwork

Askew New Mural For Ono’U Festival – Papeete, Tahiti

While we last heard from him in New Zealand earlier this year (covered), Askew is now in Tahiti for the Ono’U Street Art Festival.Painting for several days on the streets of Papeete, the kiwi artist dropped this stunning piece which is showing one of his signature abstract portraits.Continue reading for a full set of images

MadC New Mural – Papeete, Tahiti

MadC is also in Tahiti where she was invited to paint for the Ono’U Street Art Festival in Papeete.Claudia Walde, better known as MadC, is based in Germany but travelled the globe to leave her mark wherever she went. In love with letters and fonts, she tries to connect her paintings with their surroundings. Spending

INTI “La Virgen Made In France” New Mural – Papeete, Tahiti

Our friend INTI spent the last few weeks in Tahiti working on this massive new piece on the streets of Papeete for the Ono’U Street Art Festival.Entitled “La Virgen Made In France”, the Chilean artist painted one of his signature virgins which can be found in front of the Paofai temple.Continue reading for more high