We have already featured Clemens Behr‘s cardboards installations and are again very happy to do so. This time, the playground is in Paris and the collaboration is with French painter Romain Froquet.
The fruit of this partnership are two eye-catching... Read more
P183 is his name and Moscow his playground where he has recently dropped a series of street artworks which some will tell feels very “banksy-ish”. Banksy, British artist, first began his guerilla artwork campaign in Bristol in the early 1990s.
It... Read more
Take two thing a large number of us have manipulated once in their lives: LEGO and chalk. Take it further and create something too amazing for not writing something up about it. Dutchman Peter Westerink and a few other helping hands must have astonished... Read more
Damien Hirst must be used to getting all sort of good and bad criticism by now and although he has got simultaneous show all over the world right now and therefore is regarded as a major player in modern art, I can’t help to think that his latest... Read more
We have all seen these street artists colouring our pavements without could not put the finger on what the piece actually represent. It is because you are not looking at it at the right angle. We are talking here about anamorphic art which has recently... Read more
Codefc has just come back from Ibiza where he spent a few weeks (what?!). He obviously took the opportunity to leave his marks on a few surfaces and kindly sent us a few pictures of his work.
Below are two of the new work from the South African artist Faith 47. We particularly like “As Above So Below” piece which shows a tree and its roots floating on the wall. A great feeling of elevation!
Faith47 - As Above so Below
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8-bit type of art is just so simple and so brilliant. It gets even better when it depicts characters we all know such as PacMan and Mario Bros. Enjoy the pics below
This recent piece from Belgian artist ROA can be seen in Miami and precisely at the Wynwood Walls. The artist’s work coincide with this year’s Art Basel 2011.
Pictures from streetartnews.net
We randomly stumbled upon this narrow street called Blackall street and was pleasantly surprised to find a mine of creativity.
A few selected shots are below. Featured artists are C215 | Alice Pasquin and The Krah