Berlin artist Kim Kwacz a.k.a Kim Köster presents his new work “Monzter”. Like in his internationally known art projects “99 rooms” and “Ana Somnia“, Kim blurs the boundaries of reality and fiction by transferring mural artwork into the digital world. “Monzter“ is a picture book for the iPad. It is Kim’s first work focusing on […]
iHeart, artist based in Vancouver is well known for his series of street composition in which each image examines our relationship with our contemporary reality including social media, cultural venets and our own emotions.
Portuguese artist Bordalo II uses plastic sheeting, old tires, shingles, and tangles of electrical cable transforming it all into enormous various animal forms. As his Facebook page explains: Bordalo II presents us a figurative painting full of vivacity and movement, where he paints his own interpretation of urban landscapes and city entertainment. He’s exploring his own mixed media on wood […]
Guido van Helten is a young street artist who enjoys covering the walls with gigantic monochrome portraits . Working from photographic references that are culturally specific he creates delicate vintage portraits that have a deeply sentimental quality.
Leonardo Delafuente (aka Delafuente) and Anderson Augusto (aka SÃO), also known as 6emeia, decided to change some details about São Paulo streets and so they covered storm drains and manhole covers with colorful and comical paintings. The result is funny, eye catching and gives you an intersting and creative idea on how to deal with boring urban […]
Spanish street artist Pejac has been making a name for himself around the world with optical illusions pieces that play with the environment of which they are made but also provide a unique perspective for the viewer. You can see his work in Moscow, Istanbul, Paris, London and Milan. All of them are quite deceptive, with Pejac you can never trust your senses.
Gris1 from the excellent Da Mental Vaporz recently finished working on mural simply entitled “Je Suis Charlie”.
The French street artist known as Levalet, aka Charles Leval, fills concrete recesses and jagged sidewalks with black-and-white figures. In order to find the perfect spots for his works, Levalet wanders around Paris. He then draw his figures in black ink and inserts them around the city. What a sight to see..
Visiting streets of Lublin in Poland, Boras in Sweden, Oslo and Stavanger in Norway, you can enjoy latest images of the famous creative polish duo Etam Cru. I guess, there’s no way you could ever get tired watching their works.
Almost 150 artists were invited to participate in Galerie Itinerrance’s Djerbahood project. The idea is to turn Djerba’s Erriadh district into an “open sky museum.” Among others: ROA who painted a series of his spectacular monochrome creatures including dinosaur skeleton, giant octopus or scorpio. Using architecture of buildings ROA created interesting three dimensional effect. Just look below. More of his work can be […]