Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Colombian muralist Stinkfish has reached good old Europe where one of his first stop was the city of Bristol in South UK.
As usual with the Bogota-based street artist, he quickly painted this signature stencil-based portrait which is combined with vibrant abstract patterns.
Reconvene after the jump for a closer look at this piece and stick with us at StreetArtNews for the latest on Stinkfish around Europe.
Vinnie is back in the United Kingdom where she spent a few hours working on this cute new piece somewhere on the streets of London.
The French street artist cleverly used the nearby vegetation to integrate it within the design of one of her signature characters.
Hit the jump for more images by Monoprixx and Juliia and make sure to drop your two cents down in our comments section.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Phlegm and David De La Mano recently teamed up on the streets of Cardiff in South Wales to work on a sweet new collaboration.
Both invited to paint for the latest edition of the Empty Walls Festival, the newly formed British-Spanish street art duo quickly worked their way through this piece which is featuring each artist's distinctive style and imagery.
Continue reading for more images by Monoprixx and then check back with us later for more updates from the Empty Walls Festival.
While we last heard from him in Lithuania earlier this month, Aryz is now in North Africa where he was invited to paint a big wall on the streets of Casablanca in Morocco.
I always thought that the most difficult thing of painting in big formats was too keep the line gesture and the proportions like in the sketches. My sketches have a lot of mistakes and random lines, and somehow I wanted to reproduce that on a wall.Continue reading for more images on this artwork and keep your eyes peeled on Street Art News for more updates from Aryz.
The more effects and colors you use on your work, the more you can hide the mistakes and catch the viewer's attention... when you use the line and not much more, the mistakes can be easily seen.... -- Aryz
While we last heard from him a few days ago in Queretaro, Mexico, ROA has now landed in North America for the fourth edition of the PRHBTN street art festival.
Painting on the streets of Lexington in Kentucky, the Belgian artist painted this massive buffalo-skeleton for the locals to enjoy. Sat down, the Buffalo seems to be waiting for his end to arrive.
Hit the jump for a series of images on this artwork and as usual keep your eyes peeled on SAN for more fresh mural updates from the United States.
Monday, September 29, 2014
While we last heard from him this summer for the Glastonbury Festival, Banksy is back with a brand new piece on the streets of Folkestone in the UK.
Painted overnight, this brand new stencil piece by the elusive British street artist features an elderly lady, listening to audio museum guide, looking at a plinth, over a buffed area. Buff a new form of art ? This piece seems appears be Banksy's take on the Folkestone Triennial event.
We expect to receive more images and videos in the next few hours so keep your eyes peeled on SAN for more.
Continue reading for more images on this brilliant artwork from Mr B and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find it at the Payers park.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
Guido Van Helten just sent us a series of images from his newest street piece which he recently finished somewhere in Nuuk, Greenland.
Entitled "Pooŋojorteq", this portrait of a hunter was painted from an image from East Greenland taken in 1906 as part of a painting, travel documentary project which will be realeased in the future. Continue reading for a closer look at this piece and keep your eyes peeled on Street Art News for more daily mural updates.
Phlegm is currently in South Wales where he just wrapped up this massive mural somewhere on the streets of Cardiff.
In town for the newest edition of the Empty Walls Street Art Festival, the British muralist painted this signature artwork which is based on he very old welsh tradition Mari Lwyd.
Continue reading for a closer look at this piece and if you stop by Cardiff, you'll be able to see it on Wood road right next to the main bus station.
Bikismo recently stopped by the lovely New York City where he was invited by Jordan brand and Nike to paint an indoor mural for the release of the new Air Jordan XX9.
The Puerto-Rican street artist had enough free time to grace Williamsburg with a striking mural which is entitled "Handshake". Featuring Bikismo's photo-realistic technique, this symbolic piece shows two hands morphing into guns, a clever commentary on today's society.
Hit the jump for more images on this piece and then check back with us shortly for more mural updates from Bikismo.
French-born street artist Hopare has installed a brand new mural on the streets of Paris, France. Sponsored by Radio Marais, Hopare's latest work is entitled "Urban Safari" and took two days to complete.
The mural depicts the portrait of a young woman combined with several vibrant abstract elements. Hopare creates emotive movement in his art works by including abstract shapes and fluid lines to create a sense that color is exploding out from the painting or moving from one point to another within the design.
Continue reading for a closer look at this artwork and if you are in the area, you'll find it around Le Marais.