Thursday, April 24, 2014
Last seen a few days ago in his hometown of Valencia (covered), Escif is now in North America for the always excellent Open Walls Batimore 2 Street Art Festival.
The Spanish artist worked on "Looks Much Better Now", a "joke" piece which is showing a bright yellow smiley.
Hit the jump for more images on this piece and then check back with us soon for more updates from OWB2.
French artist Mist recently spent couple of days working on this massive 200 m² mural in Montpellier - France. Known for painting abstract images showing closeups of bright color splatters and dynamic spray paint lines, the size of the wall was a game changer for the artist. For this project he enlarged his signature concept even further, and created this impressive image that looks like a section of a graffiti painted with gigantic spray cans. This mural was arranged at the initiative of the Gallery At Down in preparation for his upcoming solo show with the gallery from May 15 to July 5, 2014. This large mural can be see @ Place Rondelet in Montpellier.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Valencia-based painter, VinZ is still hard at work in London where he will be opening his newest solo exhibition "Tempus Fugit" (previewed) tomorrow evening at RexRomae in Shoreditch.
The Spanish street artist spent the day out in East London where he entirely hand-painted this signature piece.
Continue reading for more images and a video (NSFW) by Fabiano Caputo and if you are in the area, make sure to pop by the opening of "Tempus Fugit".
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
After spending two weeks in Perth, Alexis Diaz, ROA, 2501, Remed and Pixel Pancho travelled to Pilbara a large, dry, thinly populated region in the north of Western Australia.
It didn't take long for the Street Art team to secure a spot to mix and combine some of their signature imagery.
Hit the jump to discover all the pieces and then check back with us soon for more updates from Australia.
Our friend Alexis Diaz is currently in Australia where he just finished working on this masterpiece on the streets of Perth.
Invited to paint for the Public Forms Festival, the Puerto Rican artist and his tiny brushes spent two weeks working on this hyper-detailed hybrid seahorse.
Continue reading for more detailed images on the piece and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find it on Wolf Lane.
Spanish street artist Borondo spent his week-end working on this massive mural on the streets of Shoreditch, East London.
Working for two days, Borondo painted this representational images of three interlaced bodies which is entitled "Triade". Another powerful piece by the Spanish artist. This mural was organised by RexRomae.
Continue reading for more images by Fabiano Caputo and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find it on Sclater Street.
Glow is the keyword for the mysterious phenomenon called fluorescence, the emission of light by a substance that has absorbed it. Although human cannot see that ultraviolet light, a certain type of spray paint absorbs it and illuminates the space.
In this video you can see iNO creating an experimental aerosol painting in the dark using these spray cans for the first time.
Continue reading for more images on "Luminous" and then make sure to drop your two cents down in the comments section.
After a massive piece in Perth last week (covered), Phlegm is still in Australia where he just wrapped up this new piece in Port Hedland, the second largest town in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
The Sheffield-based street artist quickly worked his way through this signature piece which is showing one of his characters operating a mining machine.
Continue reading for another angle on this mural and then check back with us soon for more updates from Phlegm in New Zealand.
Monday, April 21, 2014
Last seen in Lithuania earlier this month (covered), Ernest Zacharevic is now in Italy where he just finished working on these new piece on the streets of Gaeta.
Invited by the always excellent Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival, the young Lithuanian painter dropped some of his signature child imagery for the locals to enjoy.
Continue reading to discvoer more exclusive images and then check back with us shortly for more updates from Memorie Urbane.
VinZ is currently working in London, UK where he's been spending a few days for the upcoming opening of his solo exhibition "Tempus Fugit" at RexRomae (previewed).
The Spanish street artist has already been rather busy on the streets of East London with a series of new signature pieces.
Continue reading to discover all the pieces and then check back with us shortly for more updates from the Spaniard in London.