David Walker New Mural in Lieusaint – France

“Parisian suburban  cities  continue to take on colour”  A new street art festival is  born:  Wall Street Art Grand Paris Sud Beginning in 2015, the street art festival of “Evry centre Essonne”  welcomed about  fifty artists in  the six cities of the local council. Henceforth the agglomeration community is called Grand Paris Sud. It has grown from…

Soulmates by Lapiz

The work titled : ‘Soulmates’ shows Donald Trump (President of the United States) on the left and Bakr al-Baghdadi (leader of the Islamic State) on the right. Both have turned their back to one another but are united on a giant dark red heart. The idea of Lapiz was to show the similarities of these…

RUSTAM QBIC IN KIEV FOR ART UNITED US

The Ukrainian art initiative Art United Us kicks off its second year with a mural by Russian Artist Rustam QBic in Kiev, Ukraine. This is Rustam’s second mural for Art United Us. About The Mural Entitled “The Boy And The Sea” the mural depicts a boy sitting on the beach during sunset holding a brush, and beside…

Deih and Emilio Cerezo collaborate for CITRIC festival in Torreblanca, Spain

Deih has just came back from Torreblanca (Castellón) Spain where he has collaborated with Emilio Cerezo for a project called CITRIC festival. This festival is organized by Xèlon and HombreLópez, The philosophy of the festival was that all of the interventions are done by two artists painting together in a new combination to mix their skills and personal worlds…

Bristol Street Art Guide

Bristol “the capital of street art in Europe ”.  Bristol is  a city that all urban art lovers must visit absolutely.  On the streets of the popular districts of the “seaside town”, graffitis and stencils are displayed on every available wall. Those of Banksy, of course, but also those of most major international street artists….

Brazilian artist Kobra portrays indigenous leader in Lisbon building

The first mural by Brazilian artist Kobra in Portugal is a portrait of the cacique Raoni, it was made in a building in Lisbon and warns for the indigenous populations problems “in Brazil and worldwide,” according to Kobra. This artwork was made in Marvila during MURO Festival – Lisbon Urban Art Festival –

‘7 Ways to Love’ by Anthony Lister

¨7 Ways to Love¨ is a urban art project showing the different faces of love in an interactive way.  During 2017-2018, we invite 7 different artists to show their point of view of what love is. 2 new murals will appear during each event at the walls of Metric Market, Barcelona. Letting the audience to…

ibug 2017 in Chemnitz

It´s time for ibug No.12! This year the festival for urban art and culture takes place in the city of Chemnitz. During the summer the abandoned VEB SPEMAFA, a former and long forgotten factory for special-purpose machines, is transformed into a synthesis of the arts. In mid-August, more than 100 artists from all over the…

Aztec to urban – Mexico’s street art explosion

A street art movement borrowing from the country’s indigenous past is sweeping Mexico City. But this is more than just graffiti. The new urban ‘street art’ movement sweeping the former Aztec capital borrows heavily from Mexico’s indigenous past. But artists are using a very modern tool – Instagram – to spread the message to hundreds…

C215 “An authentic committed street artist”

Christian Guémy aka C215 is a French street artist based in Vitry-sur-Seine “The French Open sky museum”, situated in the nearby suburb of Paris. He has been described by the UK Press as the French alternative to Banksy. Beginning from the 20th of may 2017, C215 presents his new artworks for a solo show at…

“Brighter Days Are Coming” by Sepe in Saint Petersburg / Russia

Invited by Urban Nation Berlin, Goethe Institute, and Street Art Museum Saint Petersburg, Sepe was recently in Saint Petersburg, contributing to the 100th anniversary of October Revolution in Russia. During his stay Polish artist painted this provocative large acrylic piece on wooden panel as his take on a famous work by Ilja Riepin titled „Kurskaya Korennaya”. Painted on…

DELAS Exhibition in Porto – Portugal

If you are around Porto in Portugal , just dont miss DELAS exhibition at BECUH – Madeira Street in Porto – After the seven deadly sins, the seven colors of the rainbow, the seven dwarfs and also God created the World in seven days. From the 26th till the 28th May we will have seven…