Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Ella & Pitr are still in South America where they just finished working on another enormous piece at the Cerrilos airport in Santiago, Chile.
Entitled "The Sleeping Giant Of Santiago", the French duo painted this gigantic sleeping man resting before his next flight. Perfect placement.
Hit the jump for another look at the giant and then let us know how you liking this new piece by Ella & Pitr down in the comments.
Our friend Fintan Magee is currently in Australia where he just finished working on this sweet new piece.
The talented Australian street artist quickly painted this signature piece which is showing a young woman fighting against dark grey clouds. Looks like he should have painted this in London.
Continue reading for more visuals on the piece and then stay tuned with us at Street Art News for more Urban Art updates.
Snik is back in London where they spent their week-end working on these new piece around Brick Lane and Hanbury Street.
The Stamford-based street artist duo quickly worked their way through some of their signature stencils imagery. Initially inspired by the Graffiti scene, Snik has been working with stencil and spray can for over a decade. Constantly pushing the boundaries, this British duo has developed a unique style which is equally captivating on walls as it in on canvas.
Hit the jump for an high-res gallery and then check back with us shortly for more street art updates from London.
Rarely active on the streets, Xabier XTRM is back with a new piece which was recently completed on the streets of Villabona, a village of over 5500 inhabitants in the comarca of Tolosaldea, Gipuzkoa province, Basque Country.
Multi-disciplinary artist, the Basque Artist likes the novelty, technical as formal. On wall, cardboard, paper or canvas, painted, sculpted and filmed, his artworks convey his care for detail as his taste of the experimentation.
Hit the jump for more images on this beautiful portrait and then check back with us soon for more street art updates from Spain.
Posted by Street Art News at 4/16/2014 12:14:00 pm
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Escif just wrapped up this new mural somewhere on the streets of his hometown, Valencia in Spain.
Entitled "Eclipse", Escif painted a series of Euro coins slowly disappearing as with the effect of an Eclipse.
The country is currently battling against the recent strength of the euro. For Spain, the effect has already been double-edged, depressing consumer prices enough to cause annual declines in an economy beset with unemployment, while also threatening its export-based recovery.
Hit the jump for more detailed images and then let us know your view on the Euro situation down in the comments.
This new screen print has been made by the infamous French street artist Invader from the design he created for the cover of La Souris Deglinguee’s new album.
"Les Toits du Palace" is an edition of 75, it measures 50x50 cm, 6 colors silkprint on 260 g off-white art paper. It comes numbered and signed by Invader.
The print is now available for 250 Euro each via La Souris Deglinguee official website.
German artist Vermibus recently travelled to France to work his magic on the streets of Paris.
Using a dubious inter-rail ticket, Vermibus set out with a set of keys and his pallet of solvents to physically and temporally highjack the western world of advertisements in the name of fine art.
Each site is carefully deliberated with its environment, from Rolex boutiques, to archaic museums. The system looks simple in movement: unlock and roll the advertising poster to create a huge blank gleaming white breath of fresh air in the urban environment.
Continue reading for more images on these new pieces and stick with us for more updates from the city of lights.
After his recent Hawaiian trip for POW! WOW! Hawaii, Seth is now back in Europe where he reached Ukraine to work on this new collaboration with Kislow.
Painting on the streets of Kiev, the French-Ukrainian street art duo worked their magic on this massive piece which is featuring each artist's distinctive style and imagery.
More detailed images are awaiting for your click below and then drop your two cents down in our comments section.
While we last heard from him last month in Alamagro (covered), Laguna is now in Quintanar De La Orden, Spain where he just finished working on this monster mural.
The Spanish street artist painted this beautiful surrealist mural with his signature dreamlike and surreal imagery.
Laguna was invited by Santiago Gonzalez which runs the project 'Construir un lugar mejor sin destruir lo que tenemos' or 'Building a better place without destroying that we have' to regenerate urban landscapes with street art and to give a boost to his region culture attractions.
Make sure to take a peek at more images after the jump and then check back with us shortly for more exclusive street art updates from Europe.
After an entire week of work, German artist Stohead finished his latest huge mural on the streets of Linz, Austria.
Entitled "Beyond", this piece is a continuation of his indoor work that he introduced recently with his recent solo show in Paris @ LeFeuvre gallery. Covering 550 m2 the large image is showing his most recognisable elements - a blown up tag writing with some abstract elements, which blown up on such huge scale looks seriously impressive.
Hit the jump for more images and keep an eye on this space for more updates on Stohead and more mural projects in Linz, Austria.