Meg Zany, a rising star in the Los Angeles street art scene, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for her new “Courage Has No Gender” mural campaign. The new project is an offshoot of one of Zany’s most iconic stencils: Amelia Earhart paired with the words “Courage Has No Gender”. (more…)
12 artists from 10 countries spanning 4 continents will descend upon Stavanger, Norway this August for the 17th edition of the world’s leading street art festival. Site-specific murals, installations, interventions, and temporary exhibitions will be supplemented by Nuart Plus – the festival’s satellite program of academic and industry debates, artist presentations, film screenings, workshops, guided tours and more – from Thursday 31 August to Sunday 3 September. (more…)
One of the oldest pumping stations in the city of Patras has been transformed! The Demenikon pumping station in Patras was constructed in the framework of the Marshall Project in Greece and has been in operation since 1956. It has enabled the inhabitants of the area, through water extraction, to develop agriculture and cope with the widespread poverty of the time (according to local Residents). (more…)
We currently inhabit a world that has been building more walls than ever before, separating communities, neighborhoods, cities and countries creating a sense of separation, exclusion, danger, and limitation. More walls are being built everyday, and destroying those walls is not the key anymore. MasterPeace aims towards transforming those Walls of Separation into Walls of Connection. (more…)
Aly Calle Is a young emerging Spanish artist whose artistic practice has developed a reflection on issues of gender using the street as a space for exploration and discovery. An interdisciplinary artist who broaches differents types of art such as painting, drawing, collage, installation, and video. Her work explores the world of the woman through the stereotype and the fetish as the creation of sex, roles, and gender. It plays with time: past, present, and future.READ MORE
BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival takes place every year in Ibiza during July and August since 2011. It is completely independent, self financed and all activities are for free. The Festival`s aim is to encourage the audience to be proactive and “to think” about a certain theme, usually imminent social issues, that is closely related to our daily lives. (more…)
‘Inspire’ is a week-long public arts festival turning Greater Moncton, Canada, into a visual wonderland for all to enjoy. From the 10th until the 16th of July, Moncton celebrates with colours and creative street art. Dont miss out. (more…)
Moniker Art Fair returns for its 8th year in London’s East End. In October 2017, Moniker Art Fair will occupy the 30,000-square-foot second floor of The Old Truman Brewery, allowing more space for experimentation from participating galleries and artists. (more…)
For the second year, street art became the framework to change the landscape of an evocative corner of the Italian region of Molise. Civitacampomarano, a town with just 400 inhabitants, was once again filled with activity for CVTà Street Fest.
More than 1 tonne of plastic have been saved from the dump to be turned into this awereness message to our wasteful society. Bordalo II is an artivist from Portugal, working all around the world to highlight environmental problems related to pollution.