Intervention “Miradas a ciegas” / Black faces project by grip face artist Palma (Mallorca island) 2016 Read entire story.
to Laila Alaoui by Muga http://www.artistup.fr/articles/859/une-autre-lecture-du-monde-avec-muga-on-air-artiste-urbain Read entire story.
RAE BK up high in Bushwick, Brooklyn Read entire story.
Greek visual artist INO created this mural on the center of Piraeus Port, one of the largest seaports in the Mediteranean sea located in Greece. The artist was interviewed by the National Geographic staff and the mural creation proccedure was filmed for an upcoming documentary. The artwork is entitled “We Have The Power” and is depicting a child looking up at a huge portrait of the ancient philosopher Democritus. Knowledge is power. www.ino.net Read entire story.
The latest collaboration for the Savage Habbit Murals Project painted with support from Mayor Michael Gonnelli in Secaucus, NJ has been painted by the lovely Sarah C. Rutherford. For this mural Sarah was inspired by the “Day” and “Night” statues that were hauled off to the Meadowlands and jumbled in a trackside landfill in Secaucus after the 1963 demolition of the late Penn Station. Created by Adolph Alexander Weinman, these allegorical female figures representing time on each side of the station’s four entryway clocks have been reclaimed by the artist – spawning a new story of time and beauty and reminding … Read entire story.
“etc” by WIll Coles, one of thousands of cement pieces glued down across Australia & Europe. www.willcoles.com mrwillcoles (Instagram) Read entire story.
Jules Muck and Annie Preece respond to their huge mural in South Central Los Angeles being buffed by a crazy homeless guy. Read entire story.
“Allegory of Peace and War” (portrait of Maja) – a beautiful mural painted in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, a city torn apart by a bitter conflict just 2 decades ago, by Lonac, street artist, painter and illustrator based in Zagreb, Croatia. Image by @oplattenbau Read entire story.
JOHN FEKNER (U.S.A.) & FRA.BIANCOSHOCK (IT): “Family Portrait” (Displaced And On The Run…) Nowhere – 2015 Read entire story.
In brief. Can’t draw, paint, sculpt, nothing like that. I’m a screenwriter, so I got words. Fell in love with street and slogan art. Go by Rockatansky because much of my work is about rebirth and redemption in one form or another. Film is a long road. Needed an art form to grab and execute immediately and consider it a blessing. My work doesn’t compare with the talent displayed on your pages Fuck it. Placed this one in LA, at a bus stop at Pico/ LaBrea. Thanks. Read entire story.
In Pula was a punk festival, on this occasion I drew a wall in Rojc (local squat). Boschs idea ended on the wall. Fish jumping out of fish and again fish from the fish and in the end man coming out of fish upside down. It is a phrase, word game. There is always a bigger fish. http://lavodtrnja.blogspot.hr/ Read entire story.
“The Naked Emperor” by Edward von Lõngus in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. A modern illustration to the well known story of Emperor whose clothes turned out to be the figment of collective imagination. This piece reflects on the hypocriticism of political culture and works as reminder that under their suit every politician is naked. http://evl-genius.blogspot.com https://www.facebook.com/EdwardvonL6ngus Read entire story.