“Moving the Pointless Monument”, an incredible piece by Fintan Magee in Werchter, Belgium

Fintan Magee is currently in Belgium where he just finished working on an incredible new piece for North West Walls in Werchter, Belgium.Entitled “Moving the Pointless Monument”, the Australian muralist killed it with a brilliant use of the surrounding vegetation. Working on a container structure, Fintan painted one of his signature character in a trompe-l’oeil setting.Continue

Fintan Magee paints “Road To Nowhere”, a new mural for Public ’15 in Perth, Australia

We continue our ongoing coverage of Public ’15 in Australia with a new offering from Fintan Magee to the streets of Perth.Entitled “Road To Nowhere”, the talented Australian artist quickly worked his way through this massive signature piece showing two man on their boats. This piece talks about the recent displacements caused by the Brisbane flooding.Reconvene

Fintan Magee paints “The Refugee”, a brand new mural in Melbourne, Australia

Fintan Magee is currently in Australia where he just wrapped up yet another gigantic mural somewhere in Collingwood, Melbourne.Entitled “The Refugee”, the Australian artist spent a few days up high on his cherry picker to paint this clever and though provoking artwork showing a young boy holding a burning queenslander house. The Queensland house or ‘Queenslander’

Fintan Magee “Support” Limited Edition Hand-Finished Screen Print – Available March 26th

Fintan Magee is an Australian street artist first known for his murals throughout Queensland, New South Wales and later Europe, USA and Asia.Moving away from the traditional graffiti in recent years, the talented artist has started to explore new ideas and imagery within his painting. In the last three years he has created some of

Fintan Magee creates a new mural in Dunedin, New Zealand

Our friend Fintan Magee is currently in New Zealand where he just finished working on this massive mural on the streets of Dunedin.The Australian artist quickly worked his way through another signature piece which is showing three of his iconic characters trying to catch the clouds. One wall after the other, Dunedin is building up

Fintan Magee unveils “Food Chain”, a brand new mural in Leichhardt, Sydney

Constantly busy on the streets of Sydney, Australia, our friend Fintan Magee just sent us some sweet images from his newest mural in Leichhardt, a suburb in the Inner West of the city. Entitled “Food Chain”, the Australian street artist quickly worked his way through this signature piece showing one of his characters fishing while

Fintan Magee creates “The Storm”, a new mural in Bunbury, Australia

Fintan Magee is currently in Bunbury, Australia where he was invited to paint a new piece for the latest edition of the excellent Re.Discover Street Art Festival.Entitled “The Storm”, the Australian muralist spent a few days up high on his cherry picker to paint this signature piece which is sure to be enjoyed by the local

Fintan Magee paints “The Migration”, a new mural in Perth, Australia

Our friend Fintan Magee is currently in Perth, Australia where he was invited to work on brand new piece.Entitled “The Migration”, the Australian street artist once again dropped a fantastic artwork showing some of his signature characters carrying an house on their back.Hit the jump for more images on this beautiful piece and check back

Fintan Magee paints “Domestic Bliss”, his new mural in Sydney, Australia

Our friend Fintan Magee is once again rocking the streets of Sydney with this brand new piece entitled “Domestic Bliss”.This piece is a portrait of the mentally ill man, Fintan saw walk pass his studio wearing a vacuum cleaner and carrying a bird cage.Reconvene after the jump for a detailed look at this piece and

Fintan Magee paints “Hunger”, a new mural in San Diego, USA

While we last heard from him a few days ago in Las Vegas, Fintan Magee is now in San Diego where he just wrapped up this new piece.In town for the Sea Walls Project curated by PangeaSeed, the Australian artist spent a few days working on this beautiful piece entitled “Hunger”.Between November 3rd and 8th,

Work In Progress by Fintan Magee in Las Vegas for Life Is Beautiful and JustKids

After a beautiful piece in Brisbane a few days ago, Fintan Magee is currently in the United States where he started working on a new piece in Downtown Las Vegas.In town for the Life Is Beautiful Festival with JustKids, the Australian artist will be bringing some of his signature imagery to beautify the local streets.Hit

Fintan Magee paints “Flood” for the Pillars Project in Brisbane, Australia

Before his arrival in Las Vegas for Life Is Beautiful, Fintan Magee spent a few days in Brisbane, Australia where he was invited by the Pillars Project.The Australian artist painted yet another amazing piece which is entitled “Flood”. Fintan draws on personal experience with the 2011 Brisbane floods and explores greater issues of climate change

Fintan Magee creates “Spirit of Australian Settlement”, a new mural in Sydney, Australia

Fintan Magee is back in Australia where he spent a few days working on this new piece somewhere on the streets of Enmore, Sydney.The Australian street artist dropped this beautiful and largepiece which is entitled “Spirit Of Australian Settlement”. This will surely brighten up the neighborhood for the locals passerby.Hit the jump for a series

Fintan Magee paints “The Messenger” for Most Festival in Moscow, Russia

Last seen in Aalborg, Denmark, Fintan Magee has now landed in good old Russia where he painted a new piece on the streets of Moscow.In town for the Most Street Art Festival, the Australian artist brought some of his signature imagery for the locals to enjoy. The result is this beautiful piece entitled “The Messenger”.Take

Fintan Magee “The Pyramid” New Mural For We Aart – Aalborg, Denmark

Fintan Magee spent the last few days in Denmark where he was invited to paint for the We Aart Festival.Painting on the streets of Aalborg, the Australian muralist quickly worked his way through this signature piece entitled “The Pyramid”. This piece is based on the iconic painting ‘The Flower Carrier’ by Diego Rivera.Hit the jump