Martin Whatson creates an indoor installation in Rome, Italy

Our buddy Martin Whatson recently visited the lovely of Rome in Italy where he was given the chance to work on a new indoor installation.Geared with stencils and a ton of spray paint, the Norwegian artist created this rad “Buff” room depicting the constant fight in between a writer and the buffer. This colorful piece was created as

Nuart ’15: A second mural by Martin Whatson in Stavanger, Norway

While you discovered his first street piece a few days ago, Martin Whatson just wrapped up a large new mural in Stavanger, Norway for Nuart ’15. The Norwegian stencil artist quickly worked his way through this artwork showing one of his signature female dancers wearing a dress filled with graffiti and tags. More images are

Martin Whatson paints a new mural in Stavanger for Nuart 2015

Our friend Martin Whatson is also part of this year’s line-up for Nuart Street Art Festival which is currently taking place on the streets of Stavanger in Norway.After a few hours of work, the Norwegian stencil artist wrapped up this rad new piece which is based on Salvador Dali’s “Figure at a Window” painting. Featuring

Martin Whatson paints a series of new pieces in Oslo, Norway

Taking advantage of the lovely weather in Oslo, Norway, Martin Whatson spent the last few days working on a series of new pieces for the Popop Urban Arts and Oslo Havn.Geared with a bunch of spray paint and some intricate hand-cut stencils, the Norwegian artist brought to life some of his signature “tagged” imagery for the

Martin Whatson creates a series of new pieces in Penang, Malaysia

Along with Martin Ron or Ernest Zacharevic, our buddy Martin Whatson is also in Malaysia where he just dropped a series of new pieces somewhere on the busy streets of Penang.The popular Norwegian street artist brought to life some of his signature “graffiti” stencils including “Angel” and “Riot Cop”.Hit the jump for a closer look at

Art Basel ’14: Martin Whatson unveils a new series of pieces in Wynwood, Miami

Hailing from Norway, Martin Whatson fled the cold winter from Oslo and headed straight to Miami for Art Basel 2014.In town for the excellent Raw Project at the Jose De Diego Middle School, the Norwegian artist brought to life two new stencil pieces which are entitled “Dancer” and “My Kingdom For A Crown”.Reconvene after the

Martin Whatson “Climber” Limited Edition Hand-Painted Screen Print

Next week, our friend Martin Whatson will be releasing a brand new print to celebrate the opening of his latest solo exhibition “Hide And Seek” at London’s RexRomae.Produced by Graffitiprints, “Climber” is an edition of 50, it measures 65 x 65 cm and comes signed, numbered. Each screen-print has been hand-painted with a unique background by

Martin Whatson “Hide And Seek” Solo Exhibition @ London’s RexRomae – November 6th

Next month, our friend Martin Whatson will be opening his new solo exhibition in London, UK at the RexRomae Gallery on November 6th. Following his recent international murals and collaborations across Europe and America, Whatson prepares for his solo show in London, where he will translate his signature composite style of stencils and graffiti writing

Martin Whatson “Chinook Hearts” New Mural For Nuart – Stavanger, Norway

Martin Whatson is back on the streets of Stavanger in Norway where he was once again invited by the always excellent Nuart Street Art Festival ran by Martyn Reed.Earlier this afternoon, the Norwegian stencil artist just finished working on what is his biggest outdoor piece to date. The completed mural is showing his iconic “Chinook

Martin Whatson New Mural – New York City, USA

Martin Whatson is currently in the United States of America where he just finished working on thisn ew piece somewhere in New York City.Branching away from his recent “tagged” imagery, the Norwegian artist painted this piece showing a man jumping a “buff”.Hit the jump for more images on this new piece and then check back

Coverage: Nuart ’15 Indoor Exhibition

As every year, the big finale of 15th edition of Nuart in Stavanger was the big indoor show at the tunnels of an old brewery that is today’s Tou Scene. Close to 400 people attended the official opening on the 5th of September, witnessing some exceptional work produced in only couple of days.This year’s show