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The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 banksy
1. Banksy – USA

Our third monthly Top 10 viewed pieces (based on unique page views) leads with no surprises, with Banksy’s first piece since 2012 in the number one spot. This cheeky stencil, which precedes Banksy’s October exhibition, was revealed it just over a week ago and has since become our second most viewed street art piece of all time.

Second place this month goes to Natalia Rak, one of the few well-known female street artists, who achieved the runners up position despite being published only a few days ago. Polling third and fourth are Phlegm and Martin Whatson, thanks to Twitter mentions by Hollywood’s Jared Leto who seems to be a big fan.

Discover the rest of the ranking after the click and we’ll see you for the 4th edition of our monthly top 10 at the end of October!


The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 natalia rak
2. Natalia Rak – Białystok, Poland
The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 phlegm
3. Phlegm – Albany, USA
The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 martin whatson
4. Martin Whatson – Stavanger, Norway
The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 borondo
5. Borondo – Cotignola, Italy
The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 el marian
6. El Marian – Cordoba, Argentina
The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 stik
7. Stik – New York City
The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 hopare
8. Hopare – Cergy, France

The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 os gemeos
9. Os Gemeos – San Francisco, USA
The 10 Most Popular Street Art Murals Of September 2013 eduardo kobra
10. Eduardo Kobra – Los Angeles, USA
Rom Levy

About Rom Levy

Rom is the founder & editor in chief of StreetArtNews. In 2009, he launched the ‘StreetArtNews’ website to promote underground art, which widened his scope to work with a larger roster of street artists on events and exhibitions. He is noted as one of the latest figures to help popularize street art and as an authority on the latest trends in urban contemporary art.