Théo VALLIER is a French artist who has lived and worked in Phnom Penh, Cambodia since 2007. His work is inspired by the Khmer mythology witch he combines with an urban style. Since 2015 he is also the co-founder and co-organizer of the “Cambodia Urban Art Festival” in order to promote Street Art Creation in Cambodia.
This week at Nuart Aberdeen artists, academics and street art lovers have been confronting the topic of how art should be part of people’s everyday life. This year’s theme – A Revolution of the Ordinary– has been addressed through a series of events, (more…)
Alexandre Farto AKA Vhils is the latest international artist to join Splash and Burn, a creative initiative using Art as an alternative platform projecting critical ecological issues. Vhils’ contribution focuses on the discovery of a new species of great ape in Indonesia and a recently approved hydropower dam set to decimate their habitat. (more…)
Alessio Bolognesi was in Athens and just finished his mural for Athens Street Art Festival, curated by Andreas C Tsourapas and a group of committed individuals who are guided by a passionate belief in the power of art. (more…)
Manila Savagery is the title of the latest mural by Angge Lorente and Crist Espiritu, which incorporates images that evoke foreign cultures from its colonial history. (more…)
Here is the latest addition to London streets by Airborne Mark which is based on an old English nursery rhyme that he adapted accordingly for obvious reasons: “Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat, where have you been? I’ve been to Camden chasing my dream… Pussy Cat, Pussy Catt, what did you do there? I frightened cranes folded out of paper squares…” (more…)