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.

PURE EVIL – ‘SLEEPWALKING TOWARDS THE APOCALYPSE’

PURE EVIL – SLEEPWALKING TOWARDS THE APOCALYPSE – OPENS THURS JULY 26, 6-9PM – UNTIL AUG 12 Internationally renowned UK street artist PURE EVIL, aka Charley Uzzel-Edwards, returns to Australia for the first time in 10 years with a new exhibition of his pop art propaganda. ‘Sleepwalking Towards the Apocalypse’ explores the cult of celebrity and the

Victims of knife crime remembered by Ben Eine with “Peace is Possible” mural in Shoreditch

Ben Eine has unveiled a giant mural on Shoreditch House with the words ‘Peace is Possible’. The wall was conceived in response to London’s recent knife crime epidemic, which has this year claimed 37 lives in the capital. Eine, whose art former Prime Minister David Cameron gifted to former President Barack Obama in 2010, collaborated

“Raise The Drawbridge” by Banksy in Hull, UK

While we last heard from him in Bethlehem a couple weeks ago, Banksy is back in the UK where he just unveiled a brand new piece in Hull City Centre. The new artwork shows a young boy sitting on top of an old graffiti tag. He is wearing a cape and hold a customized sword pencil

“Serenity” by Snik in Manchester

In the shadow of Stevenson Square, where over 100 years ago, the Suffragettes once gathered defiant , Cities of Hope is proud to reveal the first of our Tributes to Hope. This tribute is in gratitude to all women that stand against injustice. A recognition of their strength, resolve and dignity, A testimony to what

“The Wave” by David de la Mano in London

While visiting London for his third solo show, acclaimed Spanish Street Artist David de la Mano had a pleasure to decorate London streets with another addition of “Adrift” series of his works called “The Wave”, somewhere on the corner between Brick Lane and Hanbury Street… David de la Mano paints his haunting figures as shadows looking for