We are in the heart of the summer and looking back, most of us have experienced some pretty boiling days while plenty of street art events have taken place! July has been an amazing street art month across the world and like every month we ve collected some of the best stuff to bring to your attention! Enjoy…
From the 24th of July up to the 26th a special street art event took place in the old city of Valletta in Malta. And in case you didnt know, it was not the first event organised by this bunch of passionate art lovers. Its happened before. The difference is that this year it rocked the stones out of Malta’s pretty coast. >> continue reading
Mutiny Of Colours is a feature-length documentary film about Street Art & Graffiti in Islamic Republic of IRAN. The Film has Four episodes showing Life/Art life of Five Iranian street artists. Video shooting has begun since 2012 and it still continues. The Filmmakers have spent a lot of time with the artists so they’ll be able to show all the angles of what these artists have been >> continue reading
There are many documentaries that bring us to the history of graffiti and street art as a significant global movement. Many of them show us how the graffiti was born as an expression of self-affirmation and as a popular or marginal response to the saturation of the public space by the advertising and therefore also with the desire to become a communicative act. >> continue reading
Happy New Year to all wonderfull people out there, who shared, supported, loved and believed in Art for the people. Having considered to give you the time space needed to sober up from the New year celebrations, you should be able to enjoy this collection of street art by now. We offer you the collection of our favourite street art from the last, enormously creative, year of 2014! >> continue reading
Recently, Obie Platon has participated in mural art projects and street art events across Europe, in Germany, at the Walk&Talk Azores Festival or the Színes Város Festival in Budapest, and even in Shanghai, in November 2014. In the past years, the work of visual artist Obie Platon has evolved into a thought-provoking, distinct and diverse visual language that currently defines his highly complex murals, his experimental canvases and conceptual sculptures and installations. >> continue reading
As part of the cultural programme of the 25th World Congress on Architecture, UIA2014 Durban, South Africa; Faith is painting six walls, on four of the supporting columns of the main freeway overpass adjacent to the Early Morning Market in Warwick.
The market itself is a hub of transport and informal trade, incorporating taxi ranks, buses, Nyama market, Muti market, lime, Mphepo, Indian food market and Sangoma markets. >> continue reading