12 artists, 12 months, one wall, one artistic intervention per month and an exhibition at the end of the year showcasing one unique piece created by each artist. Here we show you Irene Lopez Leon ‘s latest wall. (more…)
UK Artist D*Face has created not one but two impressive correlated works, a large-scale mural and a massive public sculpture made of five 40 foot long wooden arrows that each weigh more than 1,000 pounds located downtown Fort Smith. (more…)
Street artist DOURONE finished the year 2016, with a mural titled « CONFIANCE ». It was made for the private club of Madrid – The High Class. CONFIANCE is about the trust that one can have in someone. It is refering to whether one can entrust information to another or to just have the firm hope in this person in keeping a secret. (more…)
The 4th realization for UNIQA Art Lodz public art, was recently finished. Polish artist Mona Tusz, a graduate from the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, created this spacious mural / relief with the elements of stained glass, wood and metal. (more…)
Just as we thought we had seen it all… Can street art be related in any way with the vast space we all live in? Yep and ‘The Orion’ is the one who will take you there with his spray cans. We speak to the talented Romanian artist who aims to bring people closer to all the space related facts and major discoveries. He is also a musician, but in another Universe!READ MORE
Vivid Arts is a startup public art discovery app built to grow the arts and culture community through a connected and unified platform. (more…)
Nuart is an international contemporary street and urban art festival, held annually in Stavanger, Norway since 2001. It is widely considered the world’s leading celebration of Street Art among its peers. (more…)
MOS (Meeting Of Styles) is a non profit organisation, formed by dedicated and passionate Artists and Art-Lovers. It was born as a platform for communication, assembling and exchanging ideas (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…)
Street art aficionado and freelance ISSA partner, Tim Jentsch, loves nothing more than regularly heading out on street art-hunting missions. Read on for his take on the street art scene in some popular destinations, and get the insider tips for your next trip.
This week we introduce a new interview section into our website called "Meeting Point", a conversation with people connected to street art without being an artist. The point is to show and give some credit/support to the people behind street art festivals, shows, events and galleries.