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Elusive artist Banksy seems to be enjoying a staycation on the British seaside this summer. Several stencilled artworks have popped up in Suffolk, in Lowestoft, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth and Cromer. With a careful selection of locations, the artworks play with … Continue reading
The Towers of La Rochelle, managed by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux (CMN), are currently presenting Graff on Tour(s) until 25 June 2018 with a focus on historical graffiti as well as artistic interventions by contemporary artists ( see our … Continue reading
Street artist Fanakapan recently completed series of murals in the streets of East London. Using a shiny silver inflatable 3D style, the artist painted a silver balloon dog, a duo of clown characters holding a smiley balloon , and a tribute to Peanuts fictional characters by Charles … Continue reading
We bumped into Mr Cenz as he was painting a brand new mural in Soho London. Away from his signature female portraits, this new work features an oniric landscape. Check some pics of the work in progress below. It can … Continue reading
French artist Space Invader has just returned to London since 2013 for a 18th wave of invasion. As part of an art commission for the London Games Festival organised by Film London, 12 new artworks have appeared on iconic buildings … Continue reading
A new stencil by Banksy highlighting the use of teargas in the “Jungle” refugee camp in Calais has appeared on a building opposite the French Embassy in London. The stencil on board features a CS can on the floor spreading a teargas … Continue reading
For the Shubbak Festival, A Window on Contemporary Arab Culture, Cedar Lewison invited French Tunisian ‘calligraffiti’ artist eL Seed to paint his first UK commission on the wall of Village Underground in London Shoreditch. We previously seen his work in … Continue reading
Puerto Rican born, Houston based artist Ana Marietta is currently in London and just finished painting a new mural in Brick Lane featuring her surrealistic animal universe. See more pics here
A surreal encounter between French graffiti artist 100Taur and the Dominicans: for the celebration of the 800th Anniversary of the Order of Preachers , founded in Toulouse (FR), the Dominicans asked lowbrow artist 100TAUR to create a 100 square meters mural … Continue reading
Brazilian artist Cranio continues his invasion in the streets of London. He recently painted his signature characters in Brick Lane. View the full set of pics here
Hackney-based artist Alex Chinneck created an illusionary public installation titled Pick Yourself Up and Pull Yourself Together. Located on a car park in London SouthBank, a Vauxall Corsa looks suspended in the air over 4.5 meter high upside down on a … Continue reading
French artist Ludo is back to London where he put a couple of his signature neon green pasters across the streets. Here is some pics of a giant butterfly in South London.
While usually artworks during the Nuit Blanche only last one night, this year selected artists have been invited to create long term works. We caught up with some of them as they prepare for the big night. Large scale murals … 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.
While in Brest, French artist BLO let loose with some free hand painting adding a touch of Art Nouveau lettering and his melancholic figures to a vacant building View more pics here
While in Brest, super prolific artist Gris1 has been colouring walls and shutters accross town with his bubbly characters.
After the recent murals ( covered here) Dal East continues to hit the London streets with his energetic animals.
South African artist Faith47 just landed in London, and completed this two part mural in Shoreditch.
Belgian artist Roa has just finished a large scale mural in East London featuring his signature animals.
South Africa based artist Dal East is back to the UK and has completed a few murals from leaping tigers to surrealist creatures in East London.
Wandering through the streets of Melbourne, here is a selection of street and graffiti art, from Anthony Lister, Swoon to local artists like Reka, Fred Fowler, the AWOL crew with Adnate and Slicer. More pics here
Here are some of the highlights of “Art in the Streets” at the MOCA, Museum of Contemporary Art. Deitch introducing the show to the press Legends like Keith Haring The reconstitution of Rammellzee’ Tribeca Loft Great focus on photographers who … Continue reading