A few days ago, the Festi Wall Street Art Festival took place on the sunny streets of Ragusa, a city and comune in southern Italy. It is the capital of the province of Ragusa, on the island of Sicily, with around 75,000 inhabitants.Our friend Millo spent a few days painting the side of a building
Jeff Soto and Maxx242 The good folks over at 1xRun had their first ever mural festival this past week and our very own Halopigg was an invited guest. Over the week he had the pleasure of hanging out with over thirty artists creating works around Detroit’s historic Eastern Market. Many of the artists were flown
Chicago’s Hebru Brantley has had a busy summer and just finished this piece for “Murals In The Market”. In Detroit’s Eastern Market neighborhood, this massive work is 60×28 and on the corner of Adelade and Russell.It features Hebru’s signature Flyboy alongside a background of line art of historic Detroit sights and sonds.Murals in the Market
Case Maclaim is back in NYC and his first stop was in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The German Street Artist has painted several times in The Bushwick Collective including his amazing collaboration with Pixel Pancho from last year’s block party. This time around the master of “Perspective Based Realism” painted a beautiful, faceless couple embracing each other.
Camscale has just finished working on another mural hidden away in a back street in Fitzroy, Melbourne. The commissioned street piece starring seventeen year old Tyesha takes over most of the facade of a local photographic studio. He took just over three days to paint it and has thrown in some yellow native wattle flowers.Take a
We continue our coverage of Life Is Beautiful ’15 with a brilliant new piece from the Spaniard Ruben Sanchez.The Dubai-based artist spent the last week in Las Vegas where he was invited by JustKids to work on the side of a building. In just a few days, the Spanish street artist has transformed a plain,
After Switzerland and Italy our good friend Reka One wrapped up his Euro summer tour 2015 with a new piece in Paris. Putting his name on the list of participants of the legendary Le Mur project, the Australian-born artist recently revealed “Give a Man a Fish”.Usually working on much bigger scale Reka used this “smaller”