“Year Of The Pig” by BK Foxx in Chinatown, New York City

BK Foxx just sent us some images from her latest artwork which just spawned on the streets of New York City, USA. Painting in Chinatown, the American artist brought to life a beautiful new piece celebrating the “Year Of The Pig” in correlation with the Chinese New Year. The piece was made with the support

BiP on Ice Cream Truck in Oakland

BiP — or “Believe in People” — recently stopped by Oakland in California where he spent a few hours working on a new artwork. Painting on an unusual canvas with this Ice Cream truck. the artist created some of his signature hyper-realistic imagery which will surely be enjoyed by the locals for months to come.

“WEENwave” by Madsteez in New York City

Our friend Madsteez just sent us some images from his latest mural which was just completed on the streets of New York City. Working on a cold winter day, the American artist brought to life another of his colorful piece of work which depicts a giant wave. Being an avid surfer, it was only natural

JEKS Pays Tribute To Mac Miller In Greensboro NC

Rap artist Mac Miller passed away last week at 26 years old, nearly one month to the date of release of his latest album “Swimming” Mac was a rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer leaves behind an impressive catalog of music and a legion of fans. In Greensboro, NC JEKS has paid tribute with this mural.

Nick Walker in Albany, New York

Our friend Nick Walker just wrapped up another large new piece somewhere on the streets of Albany in New York. The British stencil artist brought to life another impressive piece of work which is featuring his signature and world-famous vandal character. Take a look below at more images by Pepper Spray Press and keep checking

“Shoe Boxes” by Leon Keer in Lynn, USA

Our friend Leon Keer just sent us some images from his latest mural that was just reveled on the streets of Lynn in Massachusetts . Lynn was the shoe capital of the world by the turn of the 20th century, with about 234 shoe factories around the city. The painted shoeboxes are empty as shoe

“Error” by Michal Maka in Lynn, USA

The project that Polish artist Michal Maka painted for the Beyond Walls Street Art festival in Lynn, Massachusetts is called “Error”. This project is an attempt at painting related to the digital, analog error occurring in the era of image digitization. The work aims to reproduce various visual processes that are generated by incorrect data

2Alas in New York City

Our friend 2Alas just wrapped up a dope new piece in Manhattan, New York City. 2Alas, Andrew Antonaccio is known for his black and white linear portraits and colored geometric abstractions. He has also traveled afar, painting all over the world in places such as Torino Italy,Montreal, and Puerto Rico. In addition to his travels,