Snik in Stavanger, Norway for Nuart
August 24, 2018
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UK Street Art duo Snik have kicked off this year’s Nuart Festival with an incredible hand-cut stencil drawing on influences from British art movement the Pre-Raphaelites. The piece, titled ‘Gone Believer’, is designed with the surrounding ivy in mind, which over time will grow back to create a living, breathing, organic artwork perfectly in tune…
“A truth that is beauty. A beauty that is truth.” by Ricky Lee Gordon in Stavanger
September 4, 2017
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Nuart festival just rounded up their 17th edition in Stavanger this weekend, and we’re bringing you exclusive shots of the new large wall painted by Ricky Lee Gordon in collaboration with Amnesty International. “A truth that is beauty. A beauty that is truth.” was painted as a part of Amnesty’s Brave campaign and it was…
“The Last Traveler” by NIMI in Stavanger, Norway
May 12, 2017
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Nuart’s program has just got a new addition called “The Last Traveler” by Bergen-based artist NIMI. This was their new initiative to produce work outside of Nuart’s annual flagship festival. NIMI who originates from South Africa is an architect and street artist who likes to experiment with a variety of techniques, mediums and creative processes in…
Street Art Buses in Stavanger, Norway
December 10, 2016
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Renowned the world over for it’s annual “Street Art” Festival Nuart, the city of Stavanger recently commissioned the world’s first curated series of “Street Art” Buses. The first 8 buses include works from national and internationally renowned artists Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania), Add Fuel (Portugal), Martin Whatson (Norway) and Hama Woods. The regional bus company Kolumbus…
Welcome to NUART’s “Post Street Art” Exhibition
September 12, 2016
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Robert Montgomery (Photo © FranCacirano) Last Saturday we had the opportunity to assist to the inaugural exhibition of one of the most highly anticipated events this year, the renowned NuArt Festival in Stavanger, Norway. Titled “Post-Street Art” the exhibition features unique artworks specifically created for the event inside the gallery. The idea of a “Post-Street Art” movement has been adopted to…
Ella & Pitr for Nuart in Stavanger, Norway
March 9, 2016
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Following the overwhelming success of Ella & Pitr’s collaboration with Nuart Festival in 2015, the much-loved French couple returned to Stavanger recently to leave their mark across the region again. The industrious duo painted a new mural during a two-day snowstorm on a dilapidated four-story building in Stavanger centre. Titled “La fonte des glaces” (or…
Ernest Zacharevic unveils new pieces for Nuart ’15 in Stavanger, Norway
September 8, 2015
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Ernest Zacharevic recently spent some time in Stavanger, Norway where he was invited to paint for the Nuart 2015 Street Art Festival.The Lithuanian artist brought to life a large mural composed by cross stitches and depicting what you would expect to find on a X-mas Sweater. The other piece shows Johanna and Broremann, two children…
Nuart ’15: Icy & Sot paint new pieces in Stavanger, Norway
September 5, 2015
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Iranian duo Icy & Sot are currently in Norway where they were invited to participate in the 15th edition of the always excellent Nuart Street Art Festival.Painting on the streets of Stavanger, the Brooklyn-based duo worked on several new stencil-based pieces which are featuring some of their signature imagery. The biggest one shows the hybrid…
Nuart ’15: Ella & Pitr unveil a third mural in Stavanger, Norway
September 4, 2015
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Our friends Ella & Pitr have been rather busy in Norway for the Nuart Street Art Festival which took place on the streets of Stavanger.Ella & Pitr met in 2007 and decided to combine their talents. Their first pieces were drawn on paper with Chinese ink, which were then pasted onto walls, lending to their…
Nuart ’15: Dot Dot Dot paints a new mural in Stavanger, Norway
September 2, 2015
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We continue our ongoing live coverage from the excellent Nuart ’15 with a brand new piece from our friend Dot Dot Dot.After a few days of work, the Norwegian stencil artist created this kick-ass mural showing what looks to be a portrait of the legendary John Lydon wearing a kind of mohawk beanie and a…

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