Video: POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016

Here comes the official recap video for POW! WOW! Long Beach which took place a few weeks ago. The city of Long Beach, California was home to a week-long festival that featured stunning street art murals from artists all across the globe. POW! WOW! Long Beach initially started in 2015 and was inspired by the

Recap: POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016

POW! WOW! Long Beach successfully returned for the second consecutive year and artists from around the globe flew in California to participate in the week- long event bringing art and culture to the city. This year, a lot more artists were in town and the very interesting line-up included 123Klan, Aaron Li-Hill, Andrew Hem, Brendan Monroe, Cinta Vidal,

“Far From Tired” by Telmo Miel for Pow! Wow! Long Beach

POW! WOW! Long Beach to place last week and our amigos from Telmo Miel were in town where they created this new piece entitled “Far From Tired”. This piece was created for the Californian brown pelican, a species that is currently being threatened. With this piece, the Dutch duo tells us that we have to take

James Jean unveils a new piece in Long Beach for Pow! Wow!

James Jean was also in California for the excellent Pow! Wow! Long Beach which took place earlier this month.The American artist spent a few days up high on his cherry picker to create this minimalist monochrome piece which is featuring some of his unique and distinctive imagery.Continue reading for more detailed images by Brandon Shigeta

Tristan Eaton creates a large piece for Pow! Wow! Long Beach

Our buddy Tristan Eaton was part of the first edition of Pow! Wow! Long Beach which just took place in California.Entitled “The American Way”, the American street artist brought some of his signature patchwork imagery for the locals to enjoy. The piece is inspired by Margaret Bourge-White’s 1937’s photograph.Continue reading for a bunch of extra

Madsteez & Hueman collaborate on a new piece in Long Beach, USA

Our friend Madsteez just finished working on a large new piece in Long Beach where he teamed up with Hueman.In town for the first edition of Pow! Wow! Long Beach, the newly formed duo quickly worked their way through this gigantic and impressive mural which is featuring each artist’s distinctive style and imagery.Hit the jump