Artmossphere 2018 Biennale Artists Open Call

the good people from Artmossphere has announced an open call for artists from all over the world. You can until June 24th send your custom applications that will be reviewed by an international jury of experts. The selected artists will then be flown over to Moscow, Russia to create their artworks. To take part in the

“OUDEIS” by Gio Pistone in St Petersburg, Russia

Italian Artist Gio Pistone has just returned from Russia where she was invited to take part in the Street Art Wonderland exhibition curated by Andrej Zaitsev, Director of the Saint Petersburg Street Art Museum. The exhibition opened on May the 19th  can be visited until September the 30th 2018 and it is dedicated to modern myths. The artists have

“Constant Movement” by Sabek in St Petersburg, Russia

Sabek recently spent some time in Russia where he was invited by the good people from the Street Art Museum Festival in Saint Petersburg. The talented painter brought to life this massive 68 x 15 meters mural which was completed over the course of 7 days. The Madrid-based street artist is recognized internationally for his

“Baring machine” murals by NEVERCREW in Satka, Russia

NEVERCREW has been invited to Satka in Russia to be a part of Satka Street Art Festival curated by Fund Sobranie Moscow where they created a two “Baring machine” murals. First one is done on a massive wall on a residential building. It is located in the city of Satka, in the Oblast’ of Celjabinsk (Russia), a

“Brighter Days Are Coming” by Sepe in Russia

Sepe recently completed a beautiful wall in Saint-Petersburg, Russia in collaboration with Urban Nation Berlin, Goethe Institute and Street Art Museum. The theme was the 100th anniversary of October Revolution in Russia. Sepe’s painting is a pastiche of a painting by russian artist Ilja Riepin titled „Kurskaya Korennaya” ilustrating the Eastern procession in the district of Kursk. In

“Revolution” by Millo in Saint Petersburg

Fresh new mural on the streets of Saint Petersburg, Russia painted by Millo on the facade of the Street Art Museum. Entitled “Rivoluzione” (revolution), Millo created a large illustrative piece, combining two different meanings for this subject at the same time, the concept of change in something, and the orbiting of one heavenly body around

“I love” by Ches in Moscow, Russia

Ches just sent us some images of his new piece on the streets of Moscow in Russia. It has an illusion that someone wrote “I love you!” with a lipstick on a piece of paper, then crumbled and thrown later on to be stuck on a wall with some tape. Have a look below for more

Dirty Artworks by Nikita Golubev in Moscow, Russia

In his Moscow’s neighborhood, Russian artist Nikita Golubev aka Pro Boy Nick uses dirt found on trucks and vans to draw with his fingers ephemeral artworks. The spectacular results is clearly reminding us of the reverse graffiti technic. Seeing those dirty pieces, only rain will be able to erase these temporary artworks. The owners love