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Roa’s latest show, ‘Annihilation’ is on now at Backwoods Gallery, Melbourne, but due to current circumstances, the exhibition is only available for viewing by appointment only. However, as a special treat for StreetArtNews fans, we have loads of pictures of the install and artworks to share with the rest of the world. Stay tuned to
The Amsterdam-based street artist known as FAKE has created a mural, and free downloadable print of his new piece entitled “Super Nurse”. FAKE’s intention for this project is to raise awareness, and as a thank you to all the healthcare and medical professionals risking their health currently battling COVID-19 worldwide.
Dutch artist Leon Keer recently returned from Dubai where he just wrapped up a large new artwork for the latest edition of the Dubai Street Museum in the United Arab Emirates. Produced by SAN (StreetArtNews) Projects, this newest addition to the Dubai Street Museum by Leon Keer is another mind-boggling 3D illusion which shows a
StreetArtNews will hold a pop-up exhibition in Tokyo showcasing brand new artworks from D*Face, ONEQ, Martin Whatson, Hua Tunan, Cloakwork and prints by Banksy. The ephemeral exhibition will be on display from the 21st of June through the 29th of June. Join us for the opening of “IKIGAI” on June 21st at 6PM at Basement
Interesni Kazki Waone bring us his distinctive visual universe of symbolic, complex and dreamlike nature which he has painted all over the world in the last decade – in the form of either monumental mural compositions created in the public space, canvas paintings and other mediums “The Planetary Motion” will be available in color as
By now you’re probably aware of the distinctly fine work of 1010. 1010 hails from Poland, looks like a scaffolder and paints like a psychonaut. He keeps his Instagram regularly updated (here) so don’t just take our word for it. We persuaded him to create out these little beauties before disappears on his next winter trip(apparently).
Just in time for the Equinox this upcoming Friday, we’ve teamed up with Faith XLVII to work on a brand new limited edition print. This silkscreen print is based on the new performance work AURUM. A collaborative work created by Inka Kendzia, Manthe Ribane and Faith XLVII. The inaugural performance was at the recent opening of Urban
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