“Home” by Pøbel in Teriberka, Russia

“家” (“Home”), is Pøbel’s latest piece in Teriberka. More than 100 people in Teriberka have been forced to move from their homes. This is one of many beautiful buildings scheduled for demolition this year. Many locals have already been relocated to Kola and their neighbouring town, Lodeinoe. This makes way for development in tourism, and

“Trump Muted” by Pøbel on Hollywood Boulevard

Donald Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star was just enhanced with a muted sign painted by Norwegian artist Pøbel. As you can see in the video above, the artist was dressed in black and geared with a pizza box and a can of black spray paint to quickly drop a stenciled muted sign over Donald Trump’s

Pøbel paints a large mural in Byrne, Norway

Artist extraordinaire Pøbel is finally back active on the scene with a brand new mural that just went up somewhere on the cold streets of Byrne in Norway.The Norwegian stencil artist brought to life this super rad artwork showing a rural farmer using his fork as an air guitar. A clear sign that the Norwegian

Pøbel New Pieces – Henningsvær, Norway

Stavanger-based street artist Pøbel just finished working on these sweet new pieces somewhere in Henningsvær, a fishing village located on several small islands in the Lofoten archipelago in Norway.Pøbel is a humble stencil artist from Norway who likes to paint deserted houses and stranded whales. His images are known to be big, beautiful, high on detail, and

Pøbel “Bunad” Limited Edition Screen Print

Norwegian Street Artist Pøbel is set to release a new limited edition print entitled “Bunad” on October 4th.“Bunad” (40 x 70) is a run of 100, 6 colour screen print, signed and numbered by the artist and priced at 110£ each.  If you fancy a bigger version, a 50 x 100 cm version will be released

Pøbel New Pieces In Horsens, Denmark

Along with Sam3 (covered), Pøbel also stopped by Horsens, Denmark for the Public Art Event organised by Henrik Haven.The Norwegian artist delivers some of his signature stencil works which can be found around the local port.The idea behind the two “MUTE”-sign pieces is that they created a lot of noise in real life, but the

StreetArtNewsJapan x Pøbel Interview

Our friends from StreetArtNewsJapan spent some time with Pøbel and asked him a few questions…Pøbel is a Norwegian street artist based in Stavanger. He is best known for the Getto spedalsk project, painting abandoned buildings in at the Lofoten islands in the north of Norway, along with DOLK.Enjoy the read! SANJP: How and when did you

Pøbel New Mural In Vardø, Norway

After a quick appearance during the excellent Komafest festival, Pøbel is back on the streets of Vardø with this sweet new mural.The talented Norwegian artist recently completed this large-scale stencil of a man and his child wearing bird masks.Check back with us soon for more by Pøbel…