DZIA and Bartkore collaborate in Bocholt, Belgium

Just a few days ago DZIA and Bartkore wrapped up their collaborative mural next to a canal near the town called Bocholt in Belgium. Knowing each other from festivals and other jams over the years, this was the first time these two artists collaborated. Located under a bridge, a very impulse collaboration between the artists happened...

Retrospective: Henrik Haven “Art Through a Lens”

THE LIKES OF US, curated by Maya Hayuk and Alethia Weingarten, showcases the work of ten Williamsburg artists shaped by a history of activating creative shared space. The exhibition features painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, video and musical programming.  This multifaceted show will be closing on January 20th and the GROWROOM // SHOWROOM would like to invite you for one...

Closing Party: “THE LIKES OF US” Curated by Maya Hayuk & Alethia Weingarten 01/20/18 Brooklyn, NYC

THE LIKES OF US, curated by Maya Hayuk and Alethia Weingarten, showcases the work of ten Williamsburg artists shaped by a history of activating creative shared space. The exhibition features painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, video and musical programming.  This multifaceted show will be closing on January 20th and the GROWROOM // SHOWROOM would like to invite you for one...

PITR/Pizza In The Rain’s Ambitious “Good Example” Project in Chicago

Some artists find a wall and meticulously plot out a single mural. Some grab some cans, find some walls, and cover them until the sun comes up (or the paint runs out). Chicago’s Pizza In The Rain continues to impress with ambitious projects that dazzle visually while also have deeper meanings. PITR spent 9 months...



“Lilith” by Alexis Diaz in Wynwood, Miami

Geared with ink and brushes, the talented Puerto Rican muralist Alexis Diaz worked his way through this ultra detailed piece. Inhabited mostly by phantasmagorical animals, Alexis Diaz’s captivating murals are characterised by a very detailed technique and line-by-line precision. Diaz’s signature style is the use of tiny black brushstrokes on white to render his creatures, making them look...

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Invader invades Cap-Ferret in France

Legendary street artist Invader recently took a trip to Cap-Ferret in France to unleash a brand new wave of invasions. The artist “invades” cities worldwide, adroitly placing his tiled pieces in certain locations and awarding himself “points” based on the intricacy of the mural and the difficulty in placing it. “This,” he said in 2011,...

Marina Capdevila in Falset, Spain

Our friend Marina Capdevila recently wrapped up a super cute new piece somewhere on the streets of her hometown in Falset, Spain. Based in Barcelona, Marina’s work covers from small illustrations to giant wall murals. Her Inspiration comes from people’s daily routine to give them a very peculiar sense of humor. This piece represents several focus...

“Pressure 1.2”, Installation by David Mesguich x user79 in Nantes, France

Through this experimental installation supported by Backside gallery, David Mesguich wanted to confront his past practice of vandal to his work as a contemporary artist while questioning the concept of control of beings and spaces. After two weeks of construction, interspersed with riots that he documented in Nantes, one morning, he abandoned a sculpture of...

“Zaluuokhin” by Fin DAC in Adelaide

After his recent trip to New Zealand, Fin DAC made the short hop across the water to Australia where he hopes to make a few stops and paint a number of murals. The first of those stops is a return to the location of one of his most famous works. His ‘Shinka’ piece  painted in...