Saturday, April 18, 2015
After several days of work, Farid Rueda has just finished working on a brand new piece in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
Entitled "Balam" which means "Son of the Sun" in Maya language and is how they referred to the Jaguar. The artist used his signature technique of kaleidoscopic colorful patterns to create this beautiful mural.
Continue reading for a closer look at this vibrant artwork and keep your eyes peeled on StreetArtNews for the more exclusive updates.
Fresh from his recent solo exhibition at Montana Barcelona in Spain, Brazilian artist Cranio spent a week in France where he painted a monumental mural for the Street Art Festival in Evry, near Paris. Using his signature colourful style, Cranio's mural is a commentary on consumerism, where the main character is throwing up everything the consumer society has brought him.
Continue reading for more images from and if you are in the area, you'll be able to see it on the gymnasium of the Lycée du Parc des Loges in Evry. After France, Cranio is due to hit the streets of Amsterdam and London, so stay tuned for more news.
Friday, April 17, 2015
After a lengthy trip around India, 1010 is back in Europe where he just finished working on a brand new piece somewhere on the streets of Marseille.
The popular muralist is painting convincing, colorfully banded holes in walls. 1010 is reproducing a 3D technique on the flat. Even though they’re being painted on concrete walls, these pieces look real enough to reach inside and touch some color.
Next for the German artist is Memorie Urbane in Italy so hit the jump for more images and check back with us shortly for more updates from 1010.
Our amigo David De La Mano is back in South America where he just finished working on a brand new piece somewhere on the streets of Montevideo in Uruguay.
As usual with David De La Mano, he quickly worked his way through this signature piece showing a myriad of black and white silhouettes marching as an Army wit banners and flags toward an unknown goal.
Take a look at more detailed images after the break and stay tuned to the StreetArtNews for the latest updates.
Later today, Vroom & Varossieau will be opening the "Breda Street Art Exhibition" in the city of Breda in Netherlands.
The exhibition will be showing the works of nine different artists with Banksy, Jon Burgerman, Faile, Logan Hicks, Handiedan, Jaune, Kaws, The London Police and Retna.
The exhibition also celebrates the upcoming "Graphic Design Festival" which will be featuring a series of murals in the city center.
Hit the jump to discover some of the pieces featured for this exhibition and if you are in the area, the show will be running until June 17th at FOSO, Oude Vest 2, Breda.
Just after his massive piece for Public '15 in Perth, Australia, HENSE flew to Miami to paint a new piece to celebrate the opening of a brand new Apple Store.
The mural painted by HENSE, like the store itself, is not only inspired by the energy of Miami, it’s also a fresh source of inspiration for the city.
The American artist has recently been painting a beautiful series of abstract non representational paintings, large scale colorful compositions involving texture and intense gestural elements. With a graffiti background and a new contemporary aesthetic HENSE is able to effectively transition in scale without losing any of his works efficiency.
Continue reading for more detailed images by Jeremy and Claire Weiss and if you are in the neighborhood, you'll be able to find the piece on 1021 Lincoln Road.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
While we last heard from him in London for his "Animal" exhibition, Borondo is back in Spain where he just finished working on a new piece somewhere on the streets of Vila-Real.
The Spanish painter and muralist once again painted a mind-blowing and beautiful artwork showing a group of people having an orange for dinner. The mother's face is also painted using an orange hue, which brings a clear message about family & relationships. Classical yet modern, this is yet another timeless piece by Borondo.
The piece was painted in collaboration with Tiravy.
A selection of high-res images are awaiting for your click below and then make sure to stick with your friends at StreetArtNews for the latest updates from Spain.
To celebrate the upcoming opening of Agostino Iacurci's solo exhibition "Appearance And Disappearance" at Galleria Patricia Armocida in Milan, Italy, we've produced a brand new limited edition screen-print which features his clean work, geometric simplicity and perfectly balanced aesthetics. Iacurci's flat, full bodied colours and ability to layer synthetic shapes gives him a unique approach to portraying characters in his work.
The solo exhibition will include ten small, medium, and large-scale canvases; fifteen assemblages; and six wooden sculptures made especially for the gallery.
Prior to the opening, from April 7th to 19th, two original and authentic monumental sized canvases hand-painted by the artist will be on display in Milan: one of 90 sqm in Piazzale Loreto, and another of 80 sqm in Piazzale Cadorna. (covered)
"Appearance And Disappearance" is an edition of 70, it measures 50 x 70 cm, five layer hand-pulled screen-print on super fancy Hahnemuhle 350gr natural paper and it comes signed and numbered by the Italian artist.
Half of the edition will be available in-person at Galleria Patricia Armocida in Milan next Tuesday April 21st during the exhibition's opening.
"Appearance And Disappearance" will be available exclusively via the StreetArtNews' store on Tuesday, April 21st at 4PM UK for £120 each.
Decertor just wrapped up a brand new piece in Nuevo Chimbote, Peru for the first edition of the "Vive Nuevo Chimbote Mural Festival".
It took just a few days for the Peruvian street artist to create this signature artwork which talks about the ecological biodiversity.
Take a look at more extra images after the break and then stick with your friends at StreetArtNews for the latest updates.
Maser recently spent some time in Palm Springs, California where he was invited by JustKids to work on a new street installation for Coachella '15.
It took two days for the Irish street artist and his assistant to create what could be dubbed "The Maser Maze", an intricate street installation featuring a series of vivid and vibrant colored ribbon arranged in a maze.
Hit the jump for more detailed images on this vibrant installation and check back with us soon for more updates from Coachella.