“Bawal Umihi Dito” by Sepe in Quezon City, Philippines

Polish artist Sepe recently stopped by the Philippines where he dropped this quick street art piece somewhere on the street of Quezon City. Sepe uses a wide spectrum of tools – spray paint, markers, pencil, acrylic, ink, stencils, sticky tapes, even bitumen pulp. It all depends on what sort of effect he’s trying to get

“The Gods Country” by Andrew Schoultz in Manila

After the successful opening of his New York Exhibition “Age Of Empire” at Joshua Liner Gallery, Andrew Schoultz flew straight to Philippines to participate in the Artbgc Street Art event. Painting on the busy streets of Manila under a scorching heat, the California-based contemporary artist unveiled his latest mural to date with this superb and impressive piece

“Calamansi and Sampaguita” by Pastel in Manila

Wow! Pastel just visited Southeast Asia where he dropped a colossal work in the Philippines which took him a lot of energy and several days to complete. Based on ancient local traditions, these plants are carrying a native symbolism that switched during the past few decades. Since 1565, the Philippines has been invaded by many different countries and

Cyrcle unveils a massive artwork in Manilla, Philippines

Our friends from Cyrcle were recently in Manilla were they were invited by Lebasse Projects to work on the side of a gigantic building.The Los-Angeles based duo were up to the task and after several days of work brought to life an impressive mural showing some of their signature imagery. The duo is now off