Friday, August 29, 2014
Along with Faith47, Curiot was also part of this year's lineup for the excellent Forest For The Trees street art project in Portland, Oregon.
As usual with the Mexican muralist, he quickly worked his way through this beautiful and colourful signature piece showing some of his surreal creatures combined with Mexican folklore patterns and masks.
Forest For The Trees is a public mural project based in the Pacific Northwest with the goal of engaging the community in the process of art-making.
Hit the jump for more images on this sweet new piece and check back with us soon for more updates from Portland and FFTT.
Ericailcane and Bastardilla recently stopped by the lovely city of Helsingør in Denmark where they were invited to paint a new piece for the Kunst & Byrum’s Street Art project.
Travelling together since a few months, the Street Art couple used the marine theme to paint this beautiful piece which is featuring each artist's distinctive style and imagery.
Hit the jump for a video and more images on this new artwork and check back with us soon for more urban art updates from northern Europe.
While you discovered his brilliant "Camelhood" piece yesterday, Brusk from DMV has now wrapped up yet another new mural on the island of Djerba in Tunisia.
In town for the Djerbahood Street Art Project, the French artist used the building's dome to create this fantastic dripping globe centered on Africa.
Continue reading for more images on this piece and make sure to drop your two cents down in our comments section.
Faith47 is currently in California where she was invited by the DoArt Foundation to paint a new piece on the streets of Los Angeles.
The South African muralist spent a few days up high on her cherry picker to paint this massive piece which is showing a series of majestic swans in movement.
Hit the jump for a full high-res gallery after the break and as usual check back in with us soon for more mural updates from North America.
Roamcouch just finished working on this new mural somehwere on the streets of his hometown Gifu in Japan.
The Japanese stencil artist spent the last ten days working on this exquisite and intricate stencil which is entitled "Rainbow Inc./Brooklyn Bridge". 140 layers were used to paint this new piece, mind-boggling.
Hit the jump for more images on this artwork and check back with us soon for more mural updates from Roamcouch.
Thursday, August 28, 2014
Alaniz just finished working on this fresh new piece for the newest edition of the Ibug Festival somewhere on the streets of Crimmitschau in Germany.
Armed with Acrylic and rollers, Alaniz quickly painted this strong mural entitled "The Fallen Saints" and as usual with the Argentinean muralist it goes straight to the point.
Get a good look at the piece in question below the break and then check back with us soon for more udpates from Ibug 2014.
Our friend Axel Void is also in Tunisia where he was invited by the Galerie Itinerrance to paint for the Djerbahood Project. This mural was done in the island of Djerba in the Mediterranean sea, in a little village called Erriadh.
While painting murals there, I had the chance to meet many kids from the island. Beyond conversations and jokes, we played football together. They took me to a proper rental pitch that was two kilometers away from the village. The image in the mural is a shot I took while we walked back to the village at night, were we talked about the game, religion and cultural differences. This piece is part of the Mediocre series, which talks of daily life. -- Axel VoidContinue reading for more detailed images on this beautiful and highly technical piece and make sure to drop your two cents down in our comments section.
The 4th edition of the excellent Traffic Design street art festival has come to an end and luckily for us, a recap video was just released straight from Gdynia, Poland.
This year, the city of Gdynia welcomed new artworks by several street artists such as Elian, Pastel, Zoer & Velvet, Sten & Lex and many others.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the 3 minutes-long video and check back with us next year for more about Traffic Design.
Guido Van Helten is currently in Iceland where he just wrapped up this new piece somewhere in Kopavogur, , a suburb of Reykjavik.
This piece is a portrait of Jon Ur Vor, an Icelandic poet who was from this area. The piece was painted from the cover of his book and poem 'Late Winter Months' a very small photo that ended up giving it this strange blurry effect.
Hit the jump for more images on this new piece and check back with us soon for more fresh news from Mr Guido Van Helten.
Alice is spending some time on the beautiful island of Sicily in Italy where she just finished working on this new piece on the streets of Syracuse.
Entitled "The myth of Arethusa and Alpheus”, the piece was inspired by the spring of Arethusa in Ortygia (Syracuse), a body of freshwater close to the seashore. The legend says that the nereid Arethusa, trying to escape the advances of the river god Alpheus, fled by turning into a stream, eventually breaking ground in Ortygia where Alpheus found her and was able to mingle in her waters.
Continue reading for more images on this new piece and check back with us soon for more mural updates from Alice.