Fran Bosoletti unveils a new mural in Armstrong, Argentina

Our friend Fran Bosoletti is currently in Argentina where he just finished working on a brand new piece on the streets of Armstrong, a city in the southwest of the province of Santa Fe. Poetic and eclectic, his works show pictorial elements in which the figure of human body and reflective floral component forcefully emerge and

Brandalism: 600 ad takeovers in Paris before the COP21 Climate Conference

Paul Insect Two days before the launch of the UN COP21 Climate Conference, 600 posters were installed by the Brandalism project in outdoor media spaces across Paris. 82 Artists from 19 different countries made artworks to challenge the corporate takeover of COP21 and to reveal the connections between advertising, the promotion of consumerism and climate

ROA paints a large shark in La Perla, Puerto Rico

As a wrap up of his productive residency in Puerto Rico with JUSTKIDS, ROA dropped one last piece at the iconic bowl of La Perla. La Perla is a historical community astride the northern historic city wall of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, stretching about 650 yards along the rocky Atlantic coast. It took ROA

SPOK unveils a new mural in Ordes, Spain

The Desordes Creativas Festival recently took place on the streets of Ordes in Spain where a brand large new mural by SPOK was just wrapped up. The talented artist worked in a corn field to create this majestic piece of work entitled “Mining Galician Father” which is showing a large representation of a rather weird

“Climate 01” a project by Andreco in Paris, France

Our friend Andreco just launched CLIMATE 01, an itinerant and international public art project about climate changes, their causes and their impacts. As the starting point of this journey, Paris is the scene of a two-acts creation. The first project is the installation of a 5meters-tall wooden sculpture in the Jardin partagé Beaudelire, a community

“Kiss Of Death”, a piece by E. LEE in Chicago

E.LEE‘s work challenges the way we define our popular culture. His current Superhero Series captures our childhood heroes during their most vulnerable moments. Stripping the context from iconic comic book scenes, each superhero’s story is reduced down to a raw emotion painted on the streets. After a few hours of work, the talented artist finished

Farid Rueda new pieces in Bogota, Colombia

Farid Rueda just took a quick trip in Colombia to visit Bogota where he was able to work his magic on a new piece. Entitled “Remember”, the piece talks about the military repression towards the local indigenous tribes. The Mexican artist paint two animals that symbolically represents the struggle. The eagle is the oppressor that