Thursday, July 02, 2015
After a great collaboration with Edoardo Tresoldi, Borondo is still in Milan, Italy where he was invited by Wunderkammern to work on a new haystack installation for the Chained exhibition.
Geared with black spray paint, the Spanish artist quickly worked his way through yet another stunning installation which is featuring his unique technique.
Continue reading to discover more images and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find it at the Instituto Cervantes.
Just before taking a well deserved summer break, DZIA used his last remaining gallons of paint to create two brand new artworks in Belgium.
As usual with the Belgian muralist, these new pieces are incredibly detailed and features some of his bold geometric lines. Beautiful!
Reconvene after the jump to discover more images and then check back with us throughout the week for more fresh updates from Belgium.
Joachim is currently in the United Kingdom where he just finished working on a brand new piece on the streets of East London.
The Belgian artist brought to life this signature piece which you will be able to find on Rivington Street. Since a few years, Joachim experimented with styles and was insipred by childlike spontaneity and street art. Eyes and teeth were the elements that gave shape to his characters.
Continue reading for more detailed images and then check back with us soon for more mural updates from London.
Chinese artist ROBBBB is based in Beijing, China and he spends most of his free time wheat pasting his powerful pieces in various district of the city.
His new works talks about the morbid social reality in contemporary China and in the era of transformation under the background of the helpless Chinese people. Straight to the point!
Reconvene after the jump to discover all of the pieces and then keep checking back with us throughout the week for more exclusive updates.
Fran Bosoletti is currently in the city of Bergamo, Italy where he spent a few days working on a large new piece.
Invited by the good lads from the Pigmenti Association, the Argentinean muralist worked his magic on this signature piece showing three women entwined in green vegetation and surrounded by red abstract shapes.
Take a look at more detailed images after the break and then keep your eyes peeled on StreetArtNews for the latest updates.
Our friend Pixel Pancho recently stopped by the city of Arce in Italy where he was invited to work his magic on the side of a building.
In town for Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival 2015, the Italian muralist brought to life this sensual artwork which is mixing, robotics, flowers and the representation of a woman.
Continue reading for a bunch of extra images on this new piece and then check back with us soon for the latest updates from Southern Europe.
Wednesday, July 01, 2015
While we last heard from him in Los Angeles, FinDAC has now landed in New York City where he just finished working on a large scale piece in Brooklyn.
Entiled "B-Girl", the Irish artist brought to life this superb street piece which is featuring one of his iconic sexy ladies which is sporting a blue splash of paint over her eyes.
Continue reading for more detailed images and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find it on the corner of Winston and Willoughby in Bushwick.
Farid Rueda just sent us some images from his newest mural "Wings Of Destiny" which is located on the streets of his hometown Mexico DF.
This piece was made in an old neighborhood in Mexico City, called "The Eagle". This location is named after a factory that served as support to several families at the beginning of what later would become the great metropolis. Currently the factory does not exist anymore and only the older residents still refer to it as "The Eagle". This piece tries to remember and re-live the history.
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DMV crew members Sowat & Lek recently teamed up to paint their largest mural to date in Evry, France. Measuring impressive 150 feet long x 27 feet high the mural was done in collaboration with the local street art festival.
This unusual, abstract mural is consisting of Lek's & Sowat's signature elements such as lines, geometric colorful or abstract shapes and repetitive calligraphic symbols. The artist's idea was to create sort of a tribute to the colossal wall paintings that flourished in the 70s along France’s freeways and tunnels. Along with painting the large wall on the side of the local college building, the artist included the roof elements into this masterpiece of street art.
Check out more closeup images of this complex work and come back soon for more top news from around the world.
In order to celebrate the closing of his successful solo show in London with Lawrence Alkin Gallery, Sepe painted another piece at a secret abandoned location in Warsaw.
"The Further You Go.." is a continuation of his mural he's done at the same place for the show opening, and it is consisting of 4 portraits. Both colorful and pale, haunting and funny, realistic and expressive, sharp and drippy, the faces are the epilogue to his "The Golden Age Of Grotesque" show. With red nose as one of the leitmotifs of his latest works he's been creating, these faces are an example of slightly new direction hes been moving to.
Check out more detail and process photos after the jump and come back soon for more underground news from the world of street art.
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Right upon his arrival from recent trip to US, Aryz got straight to work in his homeland. In conjunction with Cultural forum Carballo, Galicia, he painted this large mural on the outside of the building.
Consisting of tree main parts, this distinctive piece forms a sort of triptych showing some of Aryz' signature types of works. The largest part is showing a dissected car formed of abstract shapes. Borrowing some elements from his past work, such as organic-feeling, submerging elements, this section might be seen as the new direction for the Catalan artist. The other two smaller walls are figurative works, both playing with repetitiveness and created using masterful painting technique which he's been working on lately. While thematically and style-wise different, the artist managed to harmonize these pieces together with limited palette that is blending with its surrounding as well as recurring details. Having a very limited time of only 10 days to finish this massive work, the results is still more than impressive.
Check out more photos after the jump and come back soon for more updates on Aryz work worldwide.
Our friend DEIH has spent the last few days in Turkey where he was invited by the good lads from Mural Istanbul to work on a brand new piece somewhere on the streets of Istanbul.
As usual with the Spanish artist, he brought to life a kick-ass artwork which is featuring his signature comic-based imagery. Bright and vibrant colors that are sure to be enjoyed by the local residents throughout the year.
More images are awaiting for your click below and then as usual stick with your friends at StreetArtNews for the latest mural updates.