Headache Stencil Mural Taken Down in Bangkok, Thailand

Headache Stencil is back with another mural in Bangkok but this time his work disappeared in less than 24 hours after it was painted. The mural showed a face of Wanchalearm. Mr. Wanchalerm Satsaksit is a  37-year old activist and anti-government campaigner who fled Thailand in 2014. He was allegedly abducted on Thursday in Cambodia. The street

Interactive Neon Mural #7 by Spidertag in Chiang Mai, Thailand

After dropping a stunning piece in Finland, Madrid based street artist Spidertag flew to Thailand and completed a distinctive neon light creation entitled “Interactive Neon Mural #7”. He showcased this innovative public art which enables the public to interact with it. Specifically, participants can change the colours of the lights by using their mobile phones

Studio Visits: AlexFace & MUEBON

AlexFace and MUEBON recently gave us a rare look into their Bangkok studio to discuss their upcoming joint solo exhibition in Chicago at Vertical Gallery. Alex Face is best known for his signature character Mardi, a three-eyed child often presented in a fuzzy rabbit costume. Inspired by the artist’s own young daughter, Mardi is by

Aryz in Bangkok, Thailand

Aryz recently spent some time in lovely Thailand where he was invited by the good lads from the Bukruk Festival to work on a new piece somewhere on the streets of Bangkok. After a few days of work, the famed Spanish artist brought to life this beautiful image depicting two deconstructed bicycle painted using his signature

“Elephants” by ROA in Bangkok, Thailand

While we last heard from him in Puerto Rico a few weeks ago, ROA is now in Southern Asia where he was invited to create new pieces on the streets of Bangkok in Thailand. After a few days of work, the globe-trotting Belgian street artist created two of his lovely monochrome creatures with these upside-down elephants. In Thailand,

Eddie Colla and D young V unveil a series of new pieces around Thailand

As 2014 drew to a close, Bay Area artists, and frequent collaborators D Young V and Eddie Colla headed to Thailand to end the year on a decidedly different note. The plan was simple, there was no plan.What unfolded was a series of large format wheat-pastes across Bangkok, Pattaya and Koh Samet. Beyond the Grand

Ludo New Pieces – Bangkok, Thailand (Part III)

Ludo is still in Thailand where he just finished working on another series of pieces on the busy streets of Bangkok.The Paris-based street artist finishes his trip with a bang with a bunch of extra-large and impressive pieces showing some of his signature imagery.Stick around after the click for a full rundown on the latest

Ludo New Street Pieces – Bangkok, Thailand (Part II)

Ludo is still in Southern Asia from where he just sent us a series of new images from the streets of Bangkok, Thailand.Working through the severe heat and humidity, the French street artist has been prolific in Bangkok with these lovely signature pieces.Hit the jump for more images on these pasters and then check back