“Shisoka” by Fin DAC in London

Fin DAC has been in touch with news of his latest addition to the streets of London. Painted in Acton, West London as part of the new Acton Unframed Project, ‘Shisoka’ is another one of the artists ‘wall adaptations’ where he uses the architecture to inform the design. The design which includes Fin’s first landscape

“Gross Domestic Product” The Homewares Store from Banksy

The one and only Banksy is back with “Gross Domestic Product“, the homewares store from the British artist that opened in Croydon, London. A postcard company’s attempt to take over the trademark to Banksy’s name led the anonymous artist to create a new project designed to protect the rights to his name—with the larger goal

Gary Stranger Paints a 350m Square Mural in London

The first ever London Mural Festival (LMF) will take place across London in September 2020. The festival sets out to use London as a vast canvas, painting a minimum of 20 new large-scale murals across the city, accompanied by a weekend of activity at Here East and Hackney Wick in East London. The weekend will

“Despair Ends” by Banksy in Marble Arch, London

The one and only Banksy has just returned to London where a new piece ( yet unconfirmed ) was just spotted in Marble Arch. Painted with his usual ultra-detailed stencils, the anonymous British brought to life this great new piece which reads “From This Moment Despair Ends And Tactics Begin”. This work will be covered

“The Origin Of Things” by Case Ma’Claim in Blackburn, UK

Case Ma’Claim recently stopped by Blackburn in the UK, where he spent several days working on this rad new piece entitled “The Origin Of Things”. The reference image was taken in China in spring 2018. Its a collage cause the Bird head is from a pigeon which was immured in a brick box at Phlegm’s

Phlegm creates a new piece at the southern tip of the Isle of Wight

British artist Phlegm, recently traveled to a small town called Ventnor, which is on the southern tip of the Isle of Wight in the UK It often feels to us that street art, and many creative projects which look at re-imagining our urban environment are exclusively focussed on major cities and metropolitan hubs, and rural

Banksy in Clevedon, UK

Elusive British artist Banksy just revealed a new street piece in the city of Clevedon, a beautiful Victorian seaside town overlooking the Severn Estuary in the United Kingdom. While technically very simple, this stenciled street sign could have a lot of different interpretations. One of them being: the youth are burdened by carrying the weight of

“Open To The Public” Alex Chinneck unzips a building in the UK

“Open To The Public” is Alex Chinneck latest surreal installation which just opened its door in Kent, United Kingdom. His newest work shows a giant zip opening the walls of a 1960’s building. The new installation pays homage to the building’s history of leather and textile factory. The piece took two months to be completed.