We were delighted to receive in the postStickerbomb Skulls, the latest stickers book of the superb collaboration between Studio Rarekwai and publishers Laurence King. This book is part of the ever growing Stickerbomb series which includes 5 other... Read more
Otto Schade has been busy lately.
We have included photos of all the stuff we mentioned above.
 Collaboration with Bustart on Love Drops and with Bustart & Zaira on Hurry Up Mother Fucker (HUMF) and Night Life in Amsterdam
Hurry Up... Read more
Meet Mehdi Ghadyanloo, a proficient street artist from Teheran, Israel.
The artist style is ‘illusion’ and his works always need you to look again and again to understand what it is all about but that illusional aspect is most definitely why... Read more
We need transportation for the players of the 2014 World Cup football, don’t we? How about a mean that will definitely stand out of the crowd and make us the coolest football team out there?
Well, as if the Brazilian team needed to become even cooler,... Read more
The 2014 edition of the football World Cup has now been on for almost a week and it has already been labelled as the better edition of the last 20 years.
While most of us have been enjoying great goals from the safety of our couch, brazilian street artists... Read more
Let’s face it, 10 years ago that post would have not existed because ten years ago, street art, graffiti or urban art, let’s call it that, wasn’t around. I actually need to point out that it was around but not as popular as it is now.... Read more
Cork native artist Fin DAC has not been around the street art scene as long as some other artists such as Inkie for example but he has been nevertheless left his mark out there and his works are appreciated by an ever growing amount of people across the... Read more
Have you seen that trend in London? Some street art works are getting propped up. With sneakers.
Thank you Stephanie for sending these in!
First seen hon
We like the calligraphic and 3D aspect in this artist. His compositions are also something that make what he does worth talking about.
What do you reckon?
See more of Brusk’s street art on his Facebook page
He was behind a famous hoax in 2004, where Photoshopped copies of Paris Hilton’s album were distributed in HMV shops.
The same year, he created and distributed fake £10 notes.
This piece was commissioned by Bono when it was a guest editor at The... Read more