Seattle based artist WISEKNAVE just finished a new mural depicting a crushed traffic cone in Pioneer Square. This particular spot where he decided to paint is the location of the accident last August, wherein a dump truck barrelled down the Subway shop. Check out the images below!
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
Sabek has recently spend some time Washington, DC where he pained beautifully coloured mural named “Kindred” for the District of Columbia. After 5 days of hard work on this brick wall, the message behind this mural falls along the lines of that we may fall in the opposite ends of the spectrum, but beneath the stereotypes
Former Interesni Kazki member, Waone recently traveled to North America where he was given the chance to create a brand new artwork on the streets of Washington D.C for the DC Murals project. The Ukrainian muralist spent a few days to create this abstract surrealist piece which mix and matches several inspirations and bring to
Polish artist Sepe just wrapped up a large new piece on the streets of Washington DC for the first edition of the District Walls Street Art Festival. Entitled “Another Brick In The Wall”, Sepe’s artwork refers to the ruthless world of politics and grotesque race for power. He thought it would be perfectly fit to that place just
Remi Rough just returned from Washington DC where he was invited by the good people from Art Whino. Painting for the DC Mural Project, the British artist once again created a beautiful piece of work showcasing some of his signature imagery. Remi Morgan aka Remi/Rough has been breaking aesthetic boundaries for a quarter century. Transcending
Our friend REKA is still in Washington where he just teamed up with Nawer to work on a series of new collaborations.The concept of this awesome collaboration was 3 insects designed by REKA with Nawer’s work inside his design. The right is completely Nawer’s work moving across to the left which is primarily REKA’s work.
While we last heard from him in Vienna last month, REKA has now landed in North America where he first stopped by the city of Washington DC.In town with the good lads from Art Whino, the Australian artist spent a few days working on this large-scale piece. As usual with REKA, he brought to life
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