French artist 100TAUR just completed the largest mural in Toulouse, after a continuous five weeks under extreme weather conditions. More details and pictures after the jump.
Photographs by Rennie Ellis and p1xels: “Capturing the message – protest, graffiti and art” draws on the comprehensive body of work of documentary photographer Rennie Ellis, who documented life of the 1970s and 80s. Juxtaposing his imagery with p1xels’ contemporary street photography, the exhibition encourages debate about imagery and messaging in the public domain and how we respond
UK street artist Phlegm was just in Melbourne, commissioned by the Chapel Street Precinct Association as part of the PROVOCARÉ Festival Of The Arts. John Lotton from CSPA spent two and half years planning this project, choosing the right artist, and locating the right wall for a large mural with a vision to become a landmark piece
Rone has just launched The OMEGA Project and totally transformed a quaint abandoned house in Melbourne into a temporary exhibition only open for viewing for just seven days before being demolished. Seven female portraits appear like ghosts – one in each room, inviting the onlooker to leave their reality and immerse themselves in the immediate surroundings
Work from Don’t Fret has been popping over with frequency over the last couple of months in Chicago and now we know why! The hometown hero is prepping his first show in town in 2 years, entitled “Big Shoulders”, which opens Friday July 7th at Johalla Projects. Always a proud Chicagoan Don’t Fret says “…from
Street art can and should be fun, as Chicago’s own E. LEE has proven yet again. The artist has completed a quadriptych street piece for the exterior cornerstones of two restaurants bordering Soho House Chicago in the West Loop. After taking on Superman, The Hulk, and Batman in recent pieces Lee has given life to
World renowned Brazilian artist Kobra returned to Chicago Illinois this month. Kobra last visited Chicago to create his acclaimed 10-story Muddy Waters mural as part of Big Walls 2016 – a mural festival facilitated by Columbia College and The Wabash Arts Corridor . Having come back to Chicago for the well-publicized mural dedication on June
Melbourne artists Heesco and Mayo collaborate for the first time on a notorious wall in Richmond not far from the city centre. For years there were multiple attempts to give this wall a well-needed makeover and finally, this goal was realised in just seven days in May. The aim of the project was to bring joy
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