“World in progress” by Saype in Geneva, Switzerland

Swiss French artist Saype has just completed this wonderful new paint at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. The artwork covering 6000 square meters was produced with biodegradable paints made from natural pigments such as coal and chalk. Entitled “World in progress” this fresco symbolises the world of tomorrow seen by

“BEYOND CRISIS” by Saype in Leysin, Switzerland

In this context of a pandemic where the major part of the world population is confined, Saype seizes the opportunity to offer us an optimistic and full of freshness work entitled “BEYOND CRISIS”. The landart was created on a clearing near the resort town of Leysin, in western Switzerland. “This fresco of more than 3000

“UNITÉ” by LPVDA in the Vaudoises Alps, Switzerland

Swiss street artist Antoine, alias LPVDA recently came up with another work entitled “UNITÉ”, a fresco sanded on wood. This masterpiece was brought to life during his first month of isolation in his chalet located in the Vaudoises Alps, Switzerland. LPVDA  uses wooden facades as his base medium. After many years of experience and reflection, he invents this

MonkeyBird in Le Locle, in Switzerland

MonkeyBird just sent us a series of images from their latest artwork that was created on the streets of Le Locle in Switzerland. Entitled “La Cité De La Précision”, the French artists brought to life an ultra-detailed artwork which will leave the viewers in pure awe. MonkeyBird is made up of two talented artists from

“Celsius” by Nevercrew in Lugano (Switzerland)

If it is not obvious at all to have certainties in life, what is certain is that every time the Nevercrew leave a mark of their passage, we remain struck by their skill. This time we talk about Celsius, the latest work made by the Swiss duo at Spazio Morel in Lugano. The painting proposes

“More Than Honey” By Onur In Austria

The father of Onur‘s girlfriend is a beekeeper, which inspired him to get concerned about the danger of bee death. Close to the family’s beehives, the artist discovered an abandoned factory site where he painted this piece, which is divided in two parts. Onur’s recognizable style is created with different materials – besides the classic

“Home Ground” by Never Crew in Chur, Switzerland

Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni from Never Crew recently wrapped up a new piece somewhere on the streets of Chur in Switzerland. This piece is entitled “Home Ground” and was created for the latest edition of the StreetArtFestival. This mural is inspired by the structure of the wall itself, by the local traditions, by the

Two new murals from Ethos in Switzerland and USA

It has been quite a while since we last heard from Claudio Ethos on StreetArtNews, but he is back with two new murals in two different continents – Europe and USA. First mural was done in Long Beach New Jersey for Whitechapel project, and the second is a collaboration piece with Wes21 in Switzerland named “The Cow on