“You and whose army?” by Beast in North Italy

After almost 90 days, the lockdown period is about to end in Italy and the Beast Street Art Collective took the opportunity to celebrate this reopening with a new piece entitled “You and whose army?”. Installed on an electric tower in the open countryside of Northern Italy, this large 8-meter paste-up portrays the writer Jack

MEGGS – NEW MURAL MELBOURNE

David Hooke, AKA Meggs, is back living in Melbourne and recently painted this 25 metre mural on the outskirts of the city in Croydon. “I grew up in Croydon North so it feels good to now have a large public piece in the area I spent my childhood. This mural is inspired by the beauty

Artist Interview: Elian Chali

Elian’s close dialogue with our cities is unparalleled, his basic geometry and abstraction has become a trading mark on the walls around the world. Started with explorations of perspective and anamorphosis in his Argentinian hometown, Cordoba, Elian has now evolved from 3D graffiti to flat color murals. His explosive color compositions are inspired by minimalism

“You won’t see what I’ve become” by Beast in North Italy

The Beast Collective has recently completed one of their largest outdoor installations to date, in the countryside of Emilia, North Italy. Entitled “You won’t see what I have become”, this giant piece is an unauthorized 6 x 18 meters paste-up on one of the bridge’s pillars that connect the industrial area to the rural one,

Artist Interview: D*Face

However vast and boundless the movement has become, it is not possible to talk about street art without mentioning D * Face. His unmistakable style has colonized the streets of the world, maintaining that genuine approach he started to paste up simple stickers on British street lamps 20 years ago. We caught up with Dean

Haring Basquiat tribute mural Melbourne 2019

A group of some of Melbourne’s most celebrated street artists have come together to create a large-scale mural eleven metres tall and thirty metres wide in Easey Street, Collingwood.  The mural is a tribute to iconic artists Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat and was inspired by the recently opened summer blockbuster exhibition Keith Haring &

Kaff-eine – Southern Wild

Melbourne street artist Kaff-eine’s upcoming exhibition, Southern Wild, celebrates our real, everyday bodies through surreal nude portraits of humanlike characters. Melbourne’s street art spotters have long spied them lurking in city laneways and abandoned spaces; paintings of large, quietly looming characters with nude human bodies, deer skull heads, and hooves for feet. Kaff-eine’s intriguing ‘deerhunters’

Artist Interview: Spidertag

Spidertag works since 2008 reinterpreting geometry, abstraction and minimalism -recently symbolism- in the streets and rural spaces globally. After a few years creating outdoor paths using wool threads only, at the end of 2015 he discovered flexible neon cables that can be used with batteries, allowing  him to start creating permanent and interactive large scale