Invader recently spent some time on the streets of Clermont-Ferrand in France where he just created 31 new invasions. In town for a screening of Art4Space at the Festival International du Court Métrage de Clermont-Ferrand, the French artist once again unveiled some of his signature pixelated imagery. The largest piece from this invasion is a huge
Our friend Borondo is also part of this year’s lineup for the excellent St+Art Festival which is taking place on the streets of New Delhi in India. After several days of hard work at the ICU Container Park, the talented Spanish artist brought to life this magnificent piece of work showing the inside of an Indian
Roamcouch is back with another colorful and whimsical mural which was just complete in Okuda Garden, on 630-1,Higashimusubu, Gifu,Japan entitled “Armored Pure”. As always the Japanese artist uses bright colors spray painted over a darker realistic figure creating a beautiful juxtaposition. Roamcouch never disappoints and some print releases are promised to drop in the near future.
While you discovered some images from their first piece a few days ago, Never Crew just finished working on a second artwork on the streets of New Delhi in India. In town for the excellent St+Art Festival, the Swiss duo quickly worked their way through this vibrant new piece showing a colorful meteorite and an
Hyuro just sent us a series of nice images from her latest artwork “Contradiction” which was just completed on the streets of Madrid in Spain. This wall speaks about the internal contradictions with which we live, conflicts arising from opposite desires of the relationship that we maintain with things, people and ideas. A constant state
While we last heard from him in Puerto Rico a few weeks ago, ROA is now in Southern Asia where he was invited to create new pieces on the streets of Bangkok in Thailand. After a few days of work, the globe-trotting Belgian street artist created two of his lovely monochrome creatures with these upside-down elephants. In Thailand,
Everyone’s favorite “vandal” is back in NYC making trouble again. The infamous Nick Walker not only has several gigantic murals all over New York City, but recently opened a month long solo show at The Quin Hotel. The new exhibition curated by DK Johnston includes not only classic Nick Walker imagery, but also featured