David De La Mano in Civitacampomarano, Italy

David De La Mano just sent us some sweet images from his latest art pieces which were just finished in Italy. Street art was used as a framework to change the landscape of an evocative corner of the Italian region of Molise. Civitacampomarano, a town with just 400 inhabitants, was the setting for the first edition of...

Retrospective: Martyn Reed “Nuart’s Early Beginnings”

David Walker just finished his biggest mural to date at the Freinetschool De Pit in the city of Diest in Belgium. This piece was painted for the project Wild-Brabant organised by Provincie Vlaams Brabant and Killerbee Workshops. It took the British artist a week to complete and over 160 cans of spray-paint were used to paint...

David Walker in Diest, Belgium

David Walker just finished his biggest mural to date at the Freinetschool De Pit in the city of Diest in Belgium. This piece was painted for the project Wild-Brabant organised by Provincie Vlaams Brabant and Killerbee Workshops. It took the British artist a week to complete and over 160 cans of spray-paint were used to paint...

New Auctions @ solidARTy.org

Our friends over @ solidARTy.org recently started another series of auction raising funds to help refugees in Europe. This project started back in Nov 2015, and this is their 3rd series of works they are offering on auctions. Most of the pieces included are donated directly by the artists that are supporting the cause as...

Interview with BD White & Sold Magazine! Issue 2 Release Party NYC

Did you ever wonder walking around NYC who the artists is who paints the bases of all the lamp posts?  Or did you pick up the first issue of Sold Magazine! and wonder who the brains were behind the free paper?  Well the answer to both is Brooklyn based street artist BD White.  With the...

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“Sailor Story” by Rustam Qbic in Perth, Australia

Rustam Qbic was recently invited to Perth in Australia for Public 2016. Battling the Western Australian heat and unfriendly surface, Russian artist worked for a whole week on this impressive, highly detailed piece. Using his illustrative style and familiar palette of blues and purples, Qbic created an image of a lonely guy on a paddle boat filled with...

Pejac in Azraq Camp and Amman, Jordan

After revealing his recent work he created in Al-Hussein Palestinian refugee camp in Amman, Pejac just revealed two new works from his recent visit to Jordan. “Mothers Artists” was created im Azraq Camp for Syrian refugees and “Rotation” can be found on the streets of Amman. Both addressing the massive refugee crisis that is hitting Europe and...

Pablo S. Herrero in Civitacampomarano, Italy

Pablo S. Herrero just sent us some images from his latest pieces which were just completed in Italy. The pieces were painted for the Cvtà Street Art Festival in the city of Civitacampomarano. The project curated by Alice Pasquini was a way to give regeneration and visibility to one of the most disadvantaged zones in Italy. Including...

“To The Desert” by Tellas in Perth, Australia

Our friend Tellas recently spent some time in Australia where he worked his way through a new piece in the city of Perth. Entitled “To The Desert”, the talented Italian artist created another stunning mural showing some of his signature minimal & organic imagery. Tellas’ style is quite unique amongst the artists active on the...