Brazilian street artist adds graffiti to abandoned psychiatric hospital in Italy

Jake Sheridan Contributor

By Jake Sheridan in New Art on Friday 11 October 2013

Herbert Baglione, a Brazilian street artist, has painted creepy shadows in the one place that didn’t need any creepy shadows: an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Italy. And by creepy, I mean his painted shadows literally creep out from discarded wheelchairs and open doors. His shadows lurk like trapped tortured souls, always heading towards doors as […]

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Clever gaming graffiti by Aiden Glynn

Annie Churdar Contributor

By Annie Churdar in New Art on Wednesday 4 September 2013

Aiden Glynn just wants to bring a little fun into your life. The canadian artist has a real knack for converting boring, every-day objects into silly characters from classic video games. Just be a little more careful while grocery shopping from now on. Those mushrooms you pick up in the produce section may actually be a […]

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Evan Roth’s Graffiti Analysis sculpture series

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By Phil Groman in New Art on Thursday 13 December 2012

This is a series of delicate sculptures created by analyzing the movement through space of graffiti writers and translating that data into a beautifully finished 3D printed model.

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Lost At E Minor sponsors community mural in Newcastle

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By Leicha Stewart in New Art on Saturday 24 December 2011

Here at Lost At E Minor, we love to get involved and help the community whenever we can. That’s why we sponsored this fantastic mural near our Newcastle office by local artist UMPEL. The hypercolour graffiti art was organised by Simone Sheridan, who runs a business focused on beautifying derelict urban spaces whilst reducing graffiti vandalism through creative interventions such as street art.

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Mobstr’s conversation with the Newcastle City Council

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 24 March 2010

British graffiti artist mobstr. recently had an amusing back-and-forth with the Newcastle City Council, which painted over his stenciled statements directed at them.

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Sickboy’s golden key

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By Francis Andrews in New Art on Friday 5 December 2008

Having been at the vanguard of Bristol’s graffiti scene for some time now, Sickboy has just released his first solo show, Stay Free, in London. The concept is a good one, although slightly reminiscent of his contemporary, Banksy. He’s transformed a Victorian Grade II listed building in East London into a ‘3D creative playground, a […]

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