Stinkfish New Indoor Pieces – Vienna, Austria

While we last heard from him in Colombia last month (Covered), Stinkfish is now back in Europe where he spent a few days working indoor in Vienna, Austria.Invited to paint inside the new Wien Hauptbahnhof railway station, the prolific Colombian dropped some of his signature stencil-based imagery for the local travellers to enjoy.Continue reading for more

MTO “Gasa-Gasa In Nola” New Mural – New Orleans, USA

After “Louisiana Blue Note” earlier this month (covered), MTO is back on the streets of New Orleans with this new piece entitled “Gasa-Gasa In Nola”.The French street artist worked a few days to paint a series of hyper-realistic portraits. Just like his previous pieces, a philosophical book is being featured. This time around it’s “The

Askew New Mural For Rise Street Art Festival – Christchurch, New Zealand

Askew is still in New Zealand where he just wrapped up his second mural on the streets of Christchurch.The Australian artist dropped two stunning portraits which explores the concept of how the environment is constantly changing us and our individual identity. This piece was organised by Rise Street Art Festival.Click in to see some more

RONE New Murals – Mexico & Australia

Globe-Trotting artist RONE just sent us his a series of shots from his newest pieces in Mexico and Australia. Invited to paint in Juarez, Mexico by Hola Color 2013, the Australian artist had the opportunity to work along side local creatives trying to make a difference in their city, hosting workshops and murals with the

Rone New Street Art – Berlin, Germany

Currently touring through Europe, Rone‘s first stop was Germany where he worked several days on this new piece in Berlin.As usual with Rone, his urban artwork often depicts glamorous women on deteriorating or rough surfaces, creating a “friction point between beauty and decay”.Check it out from some more angles after the jump and then check

C215 New Street Portraits – Vitry, France

Freshly back from Senegal (covered), C215 is back at home where he spent a few hours working in his hometown of Vitry Sur Seine.It comes as no surprise that C215 already left a small series of his vivid, highly detailed stencils for the local wanderers to observe.Take a look at more images after the break