“The Rotting Apple” by The Rebel Bear in Brooklyn, New York

Scotland’s ‘Banksy’ – The Rebel Bear just finished working on this new piece entitled “The Rotting Apple”. Street artist, known as ‘The Rebel Bear’ has been creating street art over the last 3 years throughout Scotland as well as London and Calais. The themes of his work cover politics, love, human emotion and comment on the “absurdity” of the

JR Unveils Massive Outdoor Mural In Domino Park, His Largest To Date In Ny

The Brooklyn Museum unveiled the renowned French artist JR’s new massive outdoor mural in Domino Park in Williamsburg. This the latest mural in a series of murals he has made cross Brooklyn in connection with his Brooklyn Museum exhibition, JR: Chronicles currently on view. For this mural, titled “The Chronicles of New York”, he photographed

James Bullough in Washington DC, USA

James Bullough recently finished painting one of his largest murals to date just outside of Washinton DC in the USA. This piece is only a few miles from where I grew up and being able to paint something so big and so close to home was very special for me.  The piece was organized with

“Baby With A Handgun” by BiP in San Francisco

Elusive artist BiP just sent over a series of images from his latest creation that just spawned on the streets of San Francisco. Entitled “Baby With A Handgun”, the ultra-realistic piece will surely surprise a few passer-by in the upcoming month. Rock on Baby! Hailing from California, BiP is an anonymous muralist specializing in large

“The Unsung Hero” by Case Ma’claim in Milwaukee

Our friend Case Ma’Claim recently stopped by Milwaukee in the US to create a new piece for the Wallpapered City Street Art Project. As usual with the German artist, he brought to life another incredible ultra-realistic artwork. Throughout history, there have been many examples of female working class heroes. The positive impact of their actions, words

Keya Tama in Portland, USA

Keya Tama just sent us some images from his latest mural that was just completed in the city of Portland, Oregon. Painting for the rad Forest For The Trees project, the young talented artist brought to life an amazing piece of work. Using a distinctive flat style, the intricate piece can be looked on over

“Post Internet Explorers” Low Bros in St. Petersburg, Florida

The Low Bros’ retro futuristic paintings reflect on our contemporary life and its phenomena, as well as future tendencies. In their „Post Internet Explorers“ mural for the Shine festival in Saint Petersburg, Florida they set the focus on the development of the internet. From the initially idea of an open source community, to the takeover of

“The Silent Watcher” by Faith XLVII in Philadelphia

The Silent Watcher is an 11,000 square foot mural on the eastern wall of the University Square building, which is 19 stories high. The mural has become a visual landmark and gateway from University City to West Philadelphia. This was produced by Mural Arts Philadelphia & created for University Square Complex   In the words of