Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Street art guerillero Escif is currently working g on the streets of Kronstadt in Russia where he just dropped this brilliant new piece entitled "Karma".
As usual with the Spanish street artist, he worked on a uber simple concept with a minimal colour palette and great use of space.
Continue reading for another look at "Karma" and then make sure to drop your two cents down in our comments section.
Urban Forms 2014 is starting on the streets of Lodz, Poland where MORIK has just wrapped up his new piece for this year's edition.
While we may not be familiar with his name, the Polish artist quickly worked his way through this abstracted-pop art piece which is showing us a figurative still life artwork.
Take a look at more images after the break and heck back with us soon for more fresh updates from Poland and the lovely city of Lodz.
Lonac recently painted a strong new piece titled "Nest", somewhere on the streets of his home town of Zagreb. Other than showing great skills and creativity, the artist once again proved his ability to tackle a strong subject with a witty image.
Painting on a rough brick wall, Croatian artist created this piece as a critique of teaching young ones hate and upbringing them to be aggressive people. The clever image shows two big birds with guns for their heads, feeding their chicks with bullets. In order to make the piece stand out even more, the talented artist incorporated the ivy that was growing over the wall, and even built a real nest inside which he painted the little gun chicks.
Check out more detail and process shots after the jump and stay tuned for more street art news from around Europe and the world.
While we last heard from him last July in his hometown of Athens, iNO is now in Spain where he painted this beautiful piece entitled "Predators".
In town for the Asalto Festival in Zaragoza, the Greek muralist painted this impressive monochrome mural with his signature smoky and loose effect.
See more on the "Predators" mural below and stick with Street Art News to find out more from iNO and the Greek street art scene.
Monday, September 15, 2014
Rome-based Alice Pasquini spent the last week on the streets of Moscow in Russia where she was invited to work her magic for the MOST street art Festival.
The talented Italian artist quickly painted this signature piece showing a young and beautiful lady taking a peek by her window.
Continue onward after the break for a full look at this piece and stay tuned to SAN for more mural updates from Eastern Europe.
While you discovered some images from AEC's piece a few days ago, the other half of Interesni Kazki just wrapped up his solo piece for We Aart in Aalborg, Denmark.
The Ukrainian muralist painted this beautiful piece which is featuring a reindeer-human hybrid which seem to be inspired by Scandinavian folklore.
Continue reading for a closer look at this surreal piece and check back with us soon for more updates from the good lads from Interesni Kazki.
WESR just sent us a series of images from his newest mural which was recently completed on the streets of Görlitz in Germany. Danny Figueroa aka WESR was born in 1980 in the capital of Peru, Lima, where he also started his career as a “grafitero” in 1996.
In town for the Fokus Street Art Festival, the Berlin-based artist quickly worked his way to this technically impressive piece which using a smoke-effect shows the face of a man.
Continue reading for more images on this new piece and check back with us soon for more updates from WESR.
While you were discovering his recent solo show @ Stolen Space in London, Reka hit the streets of London and freshened up his old mural @ Whity and Chance in Shoreditch. Matching his style of building works by combining symbols, Berlin-based artist created this sharp piece covering the corner of a large building. With clean line work, carefully selected color palette, his distinctive piece is showing symbols such as a chess figure, lock, face, eye, and even sends out a familiar message from the very top of the building - ACAB!
Check out more detail images of this large mural after the jump, and come back soon for more news from London's bustling street art scene!
Sunday, September 14, 2014
Antonio Segura Donat better known as Dulk is currently in Spain where he was invited to paint for the latest edition of the always excellent Asalto Street Art Festival.
The Spanish illustrator and muralist dropped this beautiful piece which is incorporating his signature wildly imaginative hybrid creatures and bold colors.
Take a look at more images after the break and check back in with us soon for more fresh updates from the Asalto Festival.
Last seen in Aalborg, Denmark, Fintan Magee has now landed in good old Russia where he painted a new piece on the streets of Moscow.
In town for the Most Street Art Festival, the Australian artist brought some of his signature imagery for the locals to enjoy. The result is this beautiful piece entitled "The Messenger".
Take a closer look at the mural after the break and keep your eyes peeled on Street Art News for more mural updates from Russia.