Thursday, March 05, 2015

Aec (Interesni Kazki) reveals his recent mural in Verkala, India

While you were recently discovering the new works by Waone from Interesni Kazki in Varkala, India, the other part of the Ukrainian art duo, AEC, was working on his piece in the same area. Titled "Seller of Black Holes", this piece is painted on a local house on the waterfront in Varkala.

While you were recently discovering the new works by Waone from Interesni Kazki in Varkala, India, the other part of the Ukrainian art duo, AEC, was working on his piece in the same area. Titled "Seller of Black Holes", this piece is painted on a local house on the waterfront in Varkala.
The image shows local guy who sells Black Holes along with other typical produces at the local  market. Sitting across him is a blue hand being, which represents the local God spirit. In the center of image, one of Black Holes is absorbing a tourist, man from the Western world, together with his camera, flip flops and his purse. The story of this mural symbolize the ways tourists are getting involved in local Indian religious traditions and rituals, and getting lost in it.
Check out more photos of this striking piece after the jump and check back soon for more street art related news from around the globe.

Miron Milic paints a large mural in Ljubljana, Slovenia


Miron Milic recently spent couple of days in Ljubljana, battling the cold weather and working his way through this impressive new mural. Organized through Kino Šiška as a part of their Mural Arts program it took him almost 10 days to finish this striking piece.
Using a paint brush as a pen brush, his primary weapon of choice, Croatian illustrator and artist created a signature piece that looks like a blown up illustration from an old book. Known for using facade of a building as a blank paper, Miron draw a detailed image of an indoor garden, filled with exotic plants, palm trees and bushes. Without any background, any extra effects, just using his peculiar line work, Zagreb-based artist created a landmark piece at the Vodnik Square, in the very center of Slovenian capital.
Check out more photos after the jump and come back soon from more updates on street art related news from Eastern Europe region.

Sunday, March 01, 2015

Guido Van Helten paints a new portrait in Redfern, Australia


Oceania is killing it at the moment with several amazing pieces going up all over the area, Redfern in Australia isn't exempt from awesomeness with a brand new artwork from Guido Van Helten.
The highly talented Australian muralist paints wonderful and deeply nostalgic pieces. Working from photographic references that are culturally specific to the area, Guido Van Helten creates delicate vintage portraits that have a deeply sentimental quality.
Continue reading for more images on this brilliant piece and keep your eyes peeled on the StreetArtNews for the latest stories.

Bordalo II unveils "Grabb It", a new street installation in Lisbon, Portugal

Bordalo II spent the last few days working on a brand new piece which is featuring an oversized rabbit built using trash and found materials.

Bordalo II spent the last few days working on a brand new piece which is featuring an oversized rabbit built using trash and found materials.
Entitled "Grabb It", the Portuguese artist quickly worked his way through this massive installation which is once again making use of his unusual but awesome technique.
Continue reading for more detailed images on this cute rabbit and as usual check back with us soon for more Street Art updates from Portugal.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Blu creates a powerful piece in Mexico DF for ManifestoMX

After a quick piece in Bolivia, Blu is now in Mexico where he was invited by Fifty24MX to work on a new piece in Mexico DF for the ManifestoMX Street Art Festival.

After a quick but awesome piece in Bolivia, Blu is now in Mexico where he was invited by Fifty24MX to work on a new piece in Mexico DF for the ManifestoMX Street Art Festival.
As usual with the legendary Italian artist, the result is quite intense and epic. Blu and his artwork is sending a strong political message about the corruption within the current Mexican Government. Clearly visible within the artwork, the Cocaine industry and violence are all supported by the Mexican state.
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Pantonio creates a new piece in Rome, Italy

Portuguese artist Pantonio is currently in Italy where he just finished working on a massive new mural somewhere on the streets of Rome.

Portuguese artist Pantonio is currently in Italy where he just finished working on a massive new mural somewhere on the streets of Rome.
In town for the BigCity Life street art project which is taking place in the district of TorMarancia, Pantonio dropped some of his signature imagery for the locals to enjoy.
Continue reading for more detailed images on this artwork and check back with us soon for the latest mural updates from Italy

1010 creates a new mural on the streets of Panama City

1010 is currently in Panama where he spent the last few days working on a brand new piece somewhere on the streets of Panama City.

1010 is currently in Panama where he spent the last few days working on a brand new piece somewhere on the streets of Panama City.
On holidays to take a break from the German's winter, 1010 had the opportunity to paint this mural which shows some of his signature optical illusion imagery. If you are in the area, you will be able to find it on the side of the Marion Gallery. Next stop for 1010 is Delhi in India!
Continue reading for more detailed images on this new piece and as usual check back with us soon for more mural updates from around the world.

Preview: Bicicleta Sem Freio "Fera" London Solo Exhibition - March 5th 2015

Next week in Shoreditch, London, JustKids will hold a pop-up exhibition in London showcasing the artworks of internationally famed Brazilian duo of illustrators Bicicleta Sem Freio ("Bicycle Without Brake").

Next week in Shoreditch, London, JustKids will hold a pop-up exhibition in London showcasing the artworks of internationally famed Brazilian duo of illustrators Bicicleta Sem Freio ("Bicycle Without Brake"). 
Curated by Charlotte Dutoit from JUSTKIDS, the ephemeral exhibition will be open to visitors from the 5th through the 8th of March.

Following their recent international large-scale public artworks across Europe and America in major cities likes London, Berlin, Miami, Las Vegas or Los Angeles (where they painted the largest building ever in DownTown), Bicicleta Sem Freio aka Douglas de Castro and Renato Perreira are preparing for their first ever solo show in London UK, where they will translate their signature style of highly expressive line work and vibrant color palette writing into fine art works with confidence. “FERA”, translates from Portuguese to mean wild or savage, intends to present on canvas and paper their unexpected juxtaposition of imaginary, rock’n’roll and often provocative subjects.

Their sophistication is revealed by the layers of ideas they picture and the references they suggest, showcasing an ironic pop iconography. Dream girls, adorned with 80’s jewellery and ethnic fabrics, entranced by hipster looking panthers or troubadour wizards, inexplicably accompanied by exotic bird hidden in lush vegetation. More than enough to keep your eyes wide open and to ensure you are mesmerized by Bicicleta’s ‘Fera’ without brakes!
The exhibition is produced by Justkids and hosted by RexRomae. The preview list can be requested at info@justkidsofficial.com

Continue reading for more preview images and check back with us next week for our full coverage of "Fera".

Friday, February 27, 2015

Decertor paints a new mural in Temuco, Chile

El Decertor was recently invited to paint for the festival Mixtyle which was held in the city of Temuco in Chile.

El Decertor was recently invited to paint for the festival Mixtyle which was held in the city of Temuco in Chile.
This vibrant piece talks about Ethnical mix in the region with Araucanian Mapuche which are a group of indigenous inhabitants of south-central Chile. Once again, El Decertor displays a brilliant and impeccable technique.
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Stinkfish brings a batch of new works to San Francisco & Oakland, USA

Constantly traveling around the globe, Stinkfish is now in North America where he made a quick stop  by San Francisco and Oakland.

Constantly traveling around the globe, Stinkfish is now in North America where he made a quick stop  by the cities San Francisco and Oakland.
Rolling through with his buddies ZAS from Colombia and Yoshi and Bounce from the legendary crew of "Trust Your Struggle". The result is a bunch of solo and collaboration pieces which are all featuring Stinkfish's stenciled portraiture combined with vibrant abstract elements.
Continue reading for more images on these artworks and keep your eyes peeled on StreetArtNews for more updates from the Colombian artist in North America.