The Talking Walls of Buenos Aires is a collective art show curated by Buenos Aires-based Graffiti Mundo bringing together 21 leading Argentinean artists, such as Jaz, Poeta, Malatesta and Defi, who are invading The Fridge gallery in Washington DC with their beautiful work.
A while back, a friend of mine introduced me to the amazing work of Parisian graffiti god, Horfe (sometimes spelt Horfee). His work really is something different in the realms of both graffiti and fine art. It’s striking how much effort he puts into each piece: from quick throw ups to more elaborate work, everything is always a pleasure to look at.
Street Art Utopia compiled this collection of the best street art from April 2013. These were voted as the most beloved photos on their Facebook page, and we can see why. From vibrant and fun illustrations to witty social commentary, it’s amazing to see the diverse and creative examples of street art found in cities […]
Marat Morik and Andrew Aber, aka Morik and Aber, are two young street artists from Siberia. Despite the cold and the isolation, these two artists put all their energy into producing wonderful murals of half-realistic and graffiti-based elements, including typographics. Breaking apart and deconstructing the well-known, then reshaping it into something totally new, is their […]
An abandoned house in Melbourne’s inner north has been transformed into an unauthorized art exhibition. Six Melbourne artists (Tom Civil, Ryan McGennisken, Doctor, Be Free, Suki & Bon) used the house as their canvas. The street artists have used aerosol paints, stencils, printmaking, illustrations, and installation-based techniques to create their artworks. The exhibition was opened to the public last Saturday morning.
“What’s an old black doctor man doing wheat pasting on the Navajo nation?” asks Chip Thomas on his blog. Well, the kickass Painted Desert project that gets artists to make fantastic, beautiful murals out in the vast Southwest, that’s what. Has to be seen to be believed.
If you’re walking the streets of Paris, you might notice some faces emerging from the walls around the town. They are sort of self-portraits made by the street artist Gregos, who grew up in the northern suburbs of Paris. During the late 90s, he started experimenting with sculpting and molding techniques. In the Montmartre district, where […]
His face is a mystery, but Kenny Random (aka Andrea Coppo) is a famous Italian street artist from Padova. He used to work during the night, hidden in the dark shadows of the streets, and his work primarily centers around a silhouette of a man and his cat painted in black. Lately, Random has also […]
Artist Oliver Paass has created these spray painted bowling balls, making them look like severed heads. It’s an obvious choice, really. The detailed 360 degree pieces of art were put into several German bowling alleys, no doubt horrifying and intriguing patrons in equal measure. After all, it’s not every day you put your fingers up […]
Wandering around the lovely city of Paris, street artist Levalet finds the best spots to glue, install and apply his art. He sees the street as his canvas and as a playground to have fun and to let others enjoy his great ideas. By always incorporating what the specific location offers him, all his pieces […]
Chinese street artist DALeast states on his profile that he is “currently a human being”, which seems a bit of an understatement seeing how he creates all these ambitious spraypainted mural works wherever he goes. He’s been out and about in London in the last few weeks, doing some eye-popping 3D-like damage in places like […]
I recently got to know about Beco do Batman (Batman’s Alley), a heavily graffiti-ed zone in Sao Paulo, from watching one of these Anthony Bourdain travelogue shows. The sheer vibrancy of the street art there is just astounding, as you can tell from these photos taken by travel blogger Ling Ge.
Buff Diss is an amazing street artist from Australia who creates insane masking tape graffiti. If you’re thinking the use of tape would be detrimental to the the designs he could create, you are very wrong. Diss’ designs are intricate, well thought-out and easily removeable. What more could you ask for? Although, I’m not too sure you would want to remove the works of art. They make a lot of the spaces look a lot better, in my opinion.
Check out this great guerrilla marketing campaign from The Tutor Crowd. They have been going around the streets of London to correct spelling mistakes in graffiti. This is a genius idea to get media coverage and brand exposure. If you are working in a marketing department, look and learn. The advertising campaign was created by […]
Look closely, this is not spray paint. Mexican artist, Laura Ortiz Vega, takes things made of stone and paint, things aggressive and chaotic, and transforms them into something delicate and beautiful using the traditional techniques of the Huichol people – ‘Painting‘ the surface of her panel with colourful threads glued with a natural bees wax […]