Snik and Nuno Viegas in Berlin, Germany

Snik and Nuno Viegas just returned from Berlin, Germany where they were invited to paint for Urban Nation. Snik are an art duo based in the United Kingdom. With over a decade’s experience painting walls inside and out they have established themselves as one of the most interesting and progressive stencil artists of the moment.

“Serenity” by Snik in Manchester

In the shadow of Stevenson Square, where over 100 years ago, the Suffragettes once gathered defiant , Cities of Hope is proud to reveal the first of our Tributes to Hope. This tribute is in gratitude to all women that stand against injustice. A recognition of their strength, resolve and dignity, A testimony to what

“To build a home” by Snik in Goosegate, Nottingham

It has been quite a while since we last heard from our friends Snik on Streetartnews, but they are back with a new street art piece by the name of “To build a home”. It is a 4 layer hand cut stencil piece located in Nottingham, United Kingdom. Their first mural in Nottingham has been supporte by

Snik New Street Pieces – Los Angeles, USA

Our friends Snik are currently in North America where he was invited by Black Apple Art Gallery to paint in sunny California.The Stamford-based duo spent over seven weeks to cut these stunning stencils which will now be beautifying the streets of Los Angeles.Take a look at more detailed images after the break and then check

Snik New Murals – East London, UK

Snik is back in London where they spent their week-end working on these new piece around Brick Lane and Hanbury Street.The Stamford-based street artist duo quickly worked their way through some of their signature stencils imagery. Initially inspired by the Graffiti scene, Snik has been working with stencil and spray can for over a decade. Constantly

Snik New Street Pieces – London, UK

While we last heard from them last October in Amsterdam (covered), Snik is back in London where they spent their weekend working on these brand new stencils.Initially inspired by the Graffiti scene, Snik has been working with stencil and spray can for over a decade. Constantly pushing the boundaries, this British duo has developed a

The 10 Most Popular Murals Of October 2013

1. Banksy – New York City Our October’s Top 10 Street Art Pieces (based on unique page views) is finally here and with no surprise Banksy ranks at the top of the ladder – and in all further slots 2-10. To avoid a Banksy-filled Top 10 (haven’t you had enough of him for one month

Snik New Indoor Mural For Crossover ’13 – Amsterdam, Netherlands

Snik recently stopped by Amsterdam where he worked on this indoor mural for the Crossover Art Event 2013.Entitled “All We Are Is Falling”, it took three days for the British street artist to paint this 8 layer hand-cut stencil.Make sure to take a look at more images after the break and then check back with