In the next few days, StreetArtNews will be flying to Hawaii to prepare our upcoming coverage of POW! WOW! Hawaii 2015.Centered around a week-long event in Hawaii, POW! WOW! has grown into a global network of artists and organizes gallery shows, lecture series, schools for art and music, mural projects, a large creative space named
CUT IT OUT! is dedicated to the art of the stencil and features brand new works, equipment, tools and stencils by Above, Adam 5100, Aiko, Alessio-B, Artist Ouvrier, B-Toy, C215, Canvaz, Don John, Eins92, Eelus, EismannArts, Epsylon Point, Fin Dac, Icy & Sot, Jana & Js, Jef Aerosol, Joe Iurato, Kurar, Logan Hicks, M-City, Mobstr,
Ziegler has reached an established audience during the last year, his artworks has been featured in solo and group exhibitions around the world. We reached him for a coffee break during one of his exhausting working days, talking about organic evolution, greek mythology, art’s sake and “spazzatura”. (trash) – Hello Zio, first of all, what are you
Back in November 2014, Lonac and Artez teamed up @ Flaster festival in Banja Luka, Bosnia, and created a striking collab piece titled “Find Your Way To Fly”. The colorful surrealist piece was quickly voted among the favorites that month, due to lively colors and patterns created by Artez and Lonac’s meticulous photo realistic painting skills,
While you discovered his first pieces a few days ago, Ludo is still exploring the streets of London where he just finished working on a second batch of pieces. Strolling through the dark alleys of the city, the French street artist brought to life another two creations which are bearing some of Ludo’s trademark imagery.
Guido Van Helten is currently in Australia where he was invited by WonderWalls to work on a new indoor piece in Port Adelaide.The popular muralist paints beautiful and deeply nostalgic pieces. Working from photographic references that are culturally specific he creates delicate vintage portraits that have a deeply sentimental quality.Continue reading for more detailed images
Seth Globepainter rounded up a busy 2014 with another trip to China where he created a whole series of new smaller works. In a country where street art is not a popular term, he teamed up with locals such as TheOrangeBlowfish and created couple of collaborative works as well as solo works. His familiar characters