“Art Court” by Wood Street Walls’ artists in London

Wood Street Walls collaborates for the second time with Static for “Creative Courts” to help promote greater investment into grass roots and elite basketball in the United Kingdom. They have given an underused basketball court a new lease of life by painting the UK’s first “Art Court” in Walthamstow, East London. Creative Courts promotes the positive

KMG PositivitADS in London, UK

Scottish artist KMG has been spreading some much needed positivity in these strange times with two new pieces in London. Via a friend, KMG was approached by Brotherhood Media, who are owners of billboards for music marketing all around London. Brotherhood Media had the excellent idea of using their billboards for something more than just

” Singularity” by Aches

Having been stuck indoors for the past 7 weeks with no possibilities of painting any murals Dublin artist Aches decided to create a large piece on canvas. The piece communicates the negative affect technology has on humans as a society. A chromatic aberration is used to distort a skull, the skull represents (the death of) humanity

Artist Interview: D*Face

However vast and boundless the movement has become, it is not possible to talk about street art without mentioning D * Face. His unmistakable style has colonized the streets of the world, maintaining that genuine approach he started to paste up simple stickers on British street lamps 20 years ago. We caught up with Dean

Banksy new street piece on Marsh Lane, Bristol

Banksy recently returned to his hometown of Bristol in the UK where he just unveiled this brand new stenciled artwork in Barton Hill. Located on Marsh Lane, BS5, the elusive British artist created this image of a young girl using her slingshot to throw red flowers on the wall. Interesting detail is that some flowers spilled

“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