“Unchain” by M-City in Poland

This mural, belonging to M-City’s “Titan Works” series and it is obviously inspired by traditional cut-outs from the city of Łowicz in Poland. Divided by architecture into two groups, the piece shows one-symmetrical reflection picture of a simple folk story about blacksmiths working with horse. The protagonists – Titans, are the symbol of changes, especially

Guido van Helten in Poland for Urban Forms

A few weeks ago, Urban Forms Foundation from Łódź, Poland had a chance to host Guido van Helten for a very exciting project. The project was unusual because the walls for Guido van Helten already had murals on them. The “twin” piece by polish artists Cekas, Chazme, Proembrion, Sepe and the late Tone has been

“BOOK ADWENTURES” by Wow Wall Studio in Srem, Poland

Artist group Wow Wall Studio continues to create amazing murals on the streets of Poland, this time – right in front of a public school, at the heart of old city of Srem. Theme of this artwork is the journey into fantastic literary world, which would encourage the children to read books. After consultation with

“Deep Winter” by Tellas in Lodz, Poland

Our friend Tellas just sent us some images from his latest wall that was painted somewhere on the streets of the lovely Lodz in Poland. Entitled “Deep Winter”, the Italian street artist once again brought to life some of his signature organic and nature landscape-inspired imagery which will surely be enjoyed by the local residents

“Little Uhlan” by Mark Maksimovich, Alex Novitsky and AMOK in Śrem, Poland

Since late September the “Little Uhlan” adorns a block of flats in Śrem, Poland. This mural painting represents a boy on a rocking horse with a traditional polish pattern “Leluja” as background. Little Uhlan is a continuation of the mural series started in Śrem by Mark Maksimovich (MARKOSS) and Bartosz Wągrowski. Last year, the artists

“Neighbors” by Mark Maksimovich and Alex Novitski in Poznan, Poland

After 3 weeks of hard work, a brand new and very unique mural has been completed on the streets of Poznań, Poland. Mural named “Neighbors” was made on three sides of the large, abandoned house, located on the border of trendy Old City center and former Dolna Willda workers district of Poznań (Poland). This house symbolized

Project “Between Stopovers” by Johannes Mundinger and Sophia Hirsch

Johannes Mundinger has just wrapped up a series of works for a project “Between Stopovers” all over the Europe together with Sophia Hirsch. The artists have painted four murals in Beograd (Serbia), Cracow (Poland), Kehl (Germany) and Vienna (Austria) and exhibited at KM8/Urban Incubator, space founded by Goethe Institut Beograd in Beograd, Serbia. Between Stopovers The project

“John the Baptist’s Head” a sculpture by Szymon Ryczek in Lodz, Poland

A fifth artistic realisation as part of UNIQA Art Łódź project, organised by Łódź Events Centre, has been produced in Park Staromiejski (Old Town Park). This time it’s a scultpure showing John the Baptist’s cut-off head. The sculpture has been created by Szymon Ryczek – a graduate of the Faculty of Graphic Art and Painting,