Wall Poetry ’16: “Officially Nobody” by Ino in Reykjavik

Ino was also in Iceland for the Wall Poetry 2016 event with Urban Nation which took place a few days ago on the streets of Reykjavik. Collaborating with Icelandic music band Samaris, the Greek artist spent over three days on this large building to create this piece entitled “Officially Nobody”. Painting music on walls, the

Wall Poetry ’16: Herakut in Reykjavik

German duo Herakut was also in Iceland with Urban Nation where they created a beautiful new work on the streets of Reykjavik. In town for Iceland Airwaves 2016, Herakut collaborated with Kronos Quartet, an American string quartet based in San Francisco to reinterpret their work on a wall. After several days of work, the end-result is

Wall Poetry ’16: “Time To Scream And Shout” by Phlegm in Reykjavik

We continue our ongoing coverage of Wall Poetry 2016 with Phlegm and his latest beauty which just appeared in Reykjavik, Iceland. In town with the good people from Urban Nation and Iceland Airwaves, the British muralist collaborated with the Icelandic band Mum on this piece entitled “Time To Scream And Shout”. Phlegm painted a myriad of his

Wall Poetry ’16: “Heavy Stones Fear No Weather” by Onur & Wes21 in Reykjavik

Wes21 and Onur recently spent some time in Reykjavik, Iceland where they were invited by Urban Nation to take part in the Wall Poetry 2016 event. Organized in partnership with the Iceland Airwaves Festival, the concept is to bring together artists and musicians to create a song interpretation which will be painted on a mural in the city.

Wall Poetry ’16: Work In Progress by Herakut in Reykjavik

Herakut are also in Reykjavik, Iceland where they are currently working on a large new piece for the Wall Poetry ’16 event curated by Urban Nation. Collaborating with the band Kronos Quartet to interpret one of their song as a mural, the German street art duo is currently well under-way on this artwork which should be

Wall Poetry ’16: Strøk in Reykjavik, Iceland

Anders Gjennestad aka Strøk is currently in Iceland where he just finished working on a new piece for the Wall Poetry ’16 event curated by Urban Nation and IcelandAirwaves. Painting on the streets of Reykjavik, the Norwegian artist unveiled a beautiful highly-detailed piece which was created using hand-cut stencils. The piece was inspired by a song from the

Deih creates a series of street pieces in Reykjavik, Iceland

While you discovered his big mural a few days ago, Deih was also pretty busy working on several smaller street pieces around Reykjavik in Iceland.The talented Spanish street artist brought to life some of his signature and unique comic-inspired characters which are surely going to be enjoyed by the local residents. We hope to see

“The Deacon of Dark River”, a new mural by Li-Hill in Reykjavik, Iceland

Li-Hill‘s latest wall was done in Reykjavik on the old Iceland Opera building as part of Wall Poetry in collaboration with Urban Nation. Paired with a musical artists, the Canadian street artist drew inspiration from John Grant’s song “Pale Green Ghost” and in line with the theatrical setting, an old popular Icelandic ghost story called