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Tag Archives: Mural
We are pleased to share a new project we have been collaborating with London based artist Hisham Echafaki in Saint-Aubin Chateau-Neuf in Val d’Ocre, France. Initially known for his intricate surrealist compositions and three dimensional paintings (covered here), the contemporary … Continue reading
British artist D*Face (covered) has just completed his second mural in Paris, at 155 boulevard Vincent Auriol, part of the ongoing open air museum in the 13th District with Street Art 13 Mural program. This is the mural version of … Continue reading
From May 4th, Palais de Tokyo in Paris will pay tribute to the history and legacy of the May 1968 events with a intervention by Escif, where he reproduced some of the famous writings from that period of student revolts. … Continue reading
French artist 100TAUR just completed the largest mural in Toulouse, after a continuous five weeks under extreme weather conditions. Located in the district of Minimes, the 400 sq meters mural has been commissioned by the Mairie de Toulouse, visible at … Continue reading
For the Educational Programme of the Marrakech Biennale, French artists POES and JO BER just completed the largest mural in a mixed school in Morocco, painting a monumental 360 sq meters. For the past four years, Ryane Abdelmouhcine, Headmaster of Tariq … Continue reading
This year edition of the Nuit Blanche opening on the 4th October in Paris is celebrating Street Art with an open air museum in some districts. Fresh from the Nuart festival (covered here), Spanish artist Borondo has started painting a … Continue reading
Sainer and Bezt of the Etam Cru kick started the NuArt Festival in Norway, illustrating a little school boy fallen asleep. Looking at the content of his bag, it seems to have been a busy day, between the lessons from his … Continue reading
The british duo Best Ever recently completed this mural in London, off Hanbury St, using their signature hyperealism touch.