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1- Banksy – UK

With 2014 coming to an end, its time to reveal the 25 most popular street pieces that our readers ranked this year on StreetArtNews. (This ranking is based on our server’s unique page-views) 

With little to no surprise, Banksy takes the #1 spot with his spy stencil mural that was painted in Cheltenham, home of the UK Government Communications Headquarters.
Compared to last year, a lot less of “festival” pieces are being featured but the lucky few are Memorie Urbane, Life Is Beautiful with JustKids, The White Night, Mural Festival and Djerbahood.
The artists appearing for the second year in a row in our annual ranking are ROA, Etam Cru, Alexis Diaz, Ernest Zacharevic, Invader, Blu, Strøk, Borondo, Hopare and Nychos.
The rest of this year’s ranking takes us around North Africa, Europe, North America and Asia, offering a superb variety of style and imagery from some very talented artists that you definitely need to keep an eye out for.

Continue reading to discover our full 2014’s ranking and then let us know down in the comments which are your most-liked Street Art pieces of the year.


2 – I♥ – Canada
3 – Pejac – France
4 – INTI – Spain
5 – Bikismo – Miami
6 – C215 – France
7 – Borondo – France
8 – Strøk – Italy
9 – DFace – USA
10 – Deih – Spain
11 – Etam Cru – Italy
12 – Invader – Hong-Kong
13 – ROA – Tunisia
14 – Smates – Belgium
15 – Fin DAC – USA
16 – Blu – Italy
17 – Bicicleta Sem Freio – USA
18 – Florentijn Hofman – Taiwan
19 – Ernest Zacharevic – Malaysia
20 – Saner – Tunisia
21 – Nychos – Austria
22 – Ella & Pitr – Portugal
23 – Bordalo II – Portugal
24 – Hopare – France
25 – Alexis Diaz – Canada
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.