After a quick stop by Berlin last week (covered), M-City is now in Spain where he hooked up with Escif in Valencia.It didn’t take long for the newly formed Polish-Spanish duo to drop a collaboration somewhere on the streets of Valencia.As usual with Escif and his signature imagery, this piece goes straight to the point…Check
After a massive piece in Oslo last month (featured), M-City is now in Germany where he just completed this indoor mural somewhere in Berlin.Organised by BC Gallery, the Polish artist delivers a sweet new piece featuring a series of stencilled trains.Check back with us shortly for more street art updates from Germany…. More pictures after
Japanese painter YNOTZ has released new paintings “Michael’s Tongue” & “Albert’s Tongue” via his bigcartel. “Michael’s Tongue” Stencil, painted with acrylic, spray paint on canvas Edition:2 Dimensions:45.5cm x 53cm Year: 2011 Sign: by the artist Price:$300US (FREE worldwide shipping) “Albert’s Tongue” Stencil, painted with acrylic, spray paint on canvas Edition:2 Dimensions:45.5cm x 53cm Year: 2011
Japanese stencil master PITS has just released new editions. Title:NOTICE – Butterfly Year:2011 Edition:1 Dimentions:500x700x38mm Signed：Yes stencil & spraypaint on canvas Price:29400yen This edition has eight colorways. NOTICE – Yellow Butterfly NOTICE – Blue Butterfly NOTICE – Orange Butterfly NOTICE – Light Blue Butterfly NOTICE – Pink Butterfly NOTICE – Green Butterfly NOTICE – Gold
Japanese stencil master ROAMCOUCH has just released new editions. Title:BORN TO Lie GoldYear:2011Edition:2Size:450ｘ450x30mmSigned：Yes10 layers stencil & spraypaint on canvasPrice:32000yen Title:BORN TO Lie MagentaYear:2011Edition:5Size:450ｘ450x30mmSigned：Yes10 layers stencil & Spraypaint On CanvasPrice:28500yen Both are now available HERE For our readers outside Japan, you can contact [email protected] for worldwide shipping.
Japanese stencil artist Hykrx has done a LIVE painting session @greenhouse in Nara on July 30. He showed us one of his most famous piece called “Poker Face.” Just because he wanted to express an energy of painting, he painted the Poker Face in less than 10 minutes! Here is how the image was born!
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