Richard Hambleton has been called the godfather of street art. He began producing what he called ‘public art’ in New York City in the 1970s.
He’s known for the black figures he first painted on the buildings of New York’s Lower... Read more
One of the best thing of a work do is to find myself stumbling around the streets of Shoreditch quite to very late at night and snap away the many graffitis or street art pieces I may encounter.
If you are even luckier, you may find yourself alone and... Read more
Tristan Eaton and Shepard Fairey and other artists are working with Designersbloc on Painted Oceans, a project to preserve and celebrate sea forts off the Kent coast. The Red Sand Sea Forts, which are located just off the east coast of England... Read more
If you are into art, you will have heard of the famous names doing the rounds. However, there are many artists currently under the radar who are looking for the chance to break out and make it big. Here are 9 artists who are predicted to make waves in... Read more
A truly amazing project: a historic church in the Spanish city of llanera was transformed into a skate-park earlier this year by La Iglesia Skate.
The venue called Kaos Temple underwent a radical and colourful transformation at the hands of street-artist... Read more
Sadly, musical legend David Bowie has passed away. For 5 decades Bowie defined himself as a singer, songwriter, record producer, painter, and actor. A fashion and style icon with his unapologetic style and experimental flamboyance, Bowie is a true... Read more
You’ve probably heard of Banksy‘s Dismaland, a dystopian amusement park which closed its doors in October of this year. However you may not have known the installations used for this art project have since been transferred to the port-side... Read more
Tristan Eaton is an American artist from Los Angeles. He is a graffiti artist, illustrator, toy designer and also a street art muralist.
Eaton was born in 1978, in Los Angeles, California.
Going from places to places
When he was 8 years old, his family... Read more
Street art has come a long way since it broke onto the scene in the 80s, gradually evolving from being an art form that spread socially provocative messages into a more accessible, mainstream medium that has been widely accepted all around the world.... Read more
Liz McQuiston‘s new book ‘Visual Impact – Creative Dissent in the 21th Century’, is out now. It is a richly illustrated exploration on art and design driving major social and political change in the 21st century.
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