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

Broken Fingaz x U2

One week ago, Haifa’s Broken Fingaz Crew got a call from Universal, saying U2 wanted them to create an animated video of the lyrics for their new song ‘American Soul’, with an intro by Kendrick Lamar. 7 days later, they made this stop-motion film, filmed in Haifa, London and Rajasthan… It’s a pretty solid effort for

Banksy pays tribute to Basquiat in London, UK

Elusive British street artist Banksy is back on the streets of London with a series of new pieces that were unveiled around the Barbican centre, a performing arts centre in the City of London and the largest of its kind in Europe. Just a few days prior to the opening of a new exhibition featuring the

“Brutalist Supergraphics” by Ricky Also in Worthing, UK

Project “Brutalist Supergraphics” has just been wrapped up in Worthing, UK on a 60s car park wall, measuring in 1000m2. Candy-striped mural took 600 spray cans and seven days to complete, and if you look closely it spells out the phrase ‘RIGHT NOW’ – a representation of the creative regeneration happening in the town (and an anagram of Worthing). Brutalist

“To build a home” by Snik in Goosegate, Nottingham

It has been quite a while since we last heard from our friends Snik on Streetartnews, but they are back with a new street art piece by the name of “To build a home”. It is a 4 layer hand cut stencil piece located in Nottingham, United Kingdom. Their first mural in Nottingham has been supporte by