Monday, April 21, 2014
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.
After taking over the streets of San Francisco (Part I - Part II), Nychos is now in Oakland, USA where he just finished working on this massive new piece for Easter.
Organised by Upper Playground and Fifty24SF, the Austrian street artist went big with this signature piece which is showing the dissection of an Easter rabbit.
Continue reading for more images on this new piece and then drop your two cents down in the comments section.
Sunday, April 20, 2014
While we last heard from him a few months ago with Okuda and Suso33 in Madrid (covered), Sixe Paredes is now in Charleroi, Belgium where he just finished working on this stunning new piece.
Invited for the first edition of the Asphalt Festival, the Spanish street artist painted this a powerful composition of colors and geometrical forms.
Sergio Hidalgo, alias Sixe Paredes, was one of the artists featured in the Tate Modern exhibition, started scrawling his name on the walls of his native Badalona, a suburb of Barcelona, in the late ’80s, when graffiti was still a novelty in Spain.
More images are awaiting for your click below and then check back with us soon for more updates from the Asphalt Festival.
After a massive first piece for the Public Forms Street Art Festival (covered), Pixel Pancho just wrapped up this second mural somewhere on the streets of Perth, Australia.
The popular Italian street artist dropped some of his signature robotic imagery with this piece which entitled "Mine Train Future".
Reconvene after the jump for more angles on this mural and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find it along Wolf Lane.
Laser 3.14’s solo Amsterdam show sees the artist pursue the darker side of success, the sinister side of celebrity and the hedonism of human nature.
Central to the show is the artwork "Troublemakers Make The World Go Round", a steel shield that acts as a point of dialogue between his works on wood, collage and printed matter that are also presented.
Hailing from Amsterdam, artist Laser 3.14 responds to the world with words which stir conversations from the layman to the lawyer. "I see no difference between the city and the work that I add to its walls. The only distinction is that my work is consciously accessible to the public while the poetry of the city is not visible to everyone."
The show was organised by The Garage in collaboration with Bart Invites.
Situated on Prinsengracht, one of Amsterdam's most beautiful canals, the show at Bart runs through Friday, April 25th and is open daily from 12.0018.00 @ Bloemgracht 2, 1015 TH, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
While we last heard from him last year in Vienna (covered), Collin Van Der Sluijs is now in Breda, Netherlands where he just finished working on this new collaboration with Super-A and Rutger Termohlen.
The wall is inspired by the sinister history of the location, which used to be a graveyard for people that died from the plague (around 1515). Because of this the graveyard became unpopular, therefore the cemetery was used to bury the poor, children, soldiers and suicides. The children dancing around the rat, the spreader of the plague is a link to the children song ‘Ring around the Rosie’. Ring around the Rosie is a reference to the black sores that would appear on your body as part of the plague.
Continue reading for more angles on this collaboration and then check back with us soon for more street art updates from Netherlands.
Saturday, April 19, 2014
While you discovered his first piece a few days ago (covered), 2501 had the opportunity to paint another massive piece on the streets of Perth, Australia.
In town for the Public Forms Street Art Festival, the Milan-based artist dropped some of his signature psychedelic line-based imagery for the locals to enjoy. The piece is entitled "800 minutes, the burrow of the rainbow serpent”.
Hit the jump for more detailed images and then check back with us for more street updates from Mr 2501.
Friday, April 18, 2014
The members of the infamous French street-art collective “Da Mental Vaporz” aka DMV, are currently in Berlin, getting ready for their long awaited show @ BC gallery.
Along with finishing their works for the show, preparing the gallery space and installing the exhibition, Blo, Bom.K. Brusk, Gris1, Jaw, Kan, Lek and Sowat are busy painting this gigantic mural.
We just got these promising work in progress images from them, so stay tuned for more photos of the finished mural plus more info on their show and future projects.
Thursday, April 17, 2014
This morning I had the pleasure of picking up Elle, the elusive Brooklyn based street artist at her Greenpoint studio. Our mission was to move freshly mixed paints in a rainbow of pastel colors along with six large blank canvases to Mecka Gallery.
Posted by Matthew Eller at 4/17/2014 09:06:00 pm
While he's made himself rather rare on the streets these past few months, Sam3 recently finished working on this sick new piece in Vila Real, Spain.
Invited by the Proyecto Test, the talented Spanish artist dropped this fantastic new piece which is entitled "Voluntas" (The Will in Latin).
Continue reading for a closer look at "Voluntas" and then check back with us shortly for more updates from the Spaniard.