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.
“Hidden Fortune Wheel” is the new installation from Ana Azzue Gallira & Ori Alon, that was touring the US & Canada. (more…)
The mural shows a large figure wearing a golden mask depicting the face of Edward Snowden. To the right is a quote by ES: “The hero is you”. However, the word “hero” is crossed out by a figure resembling Barak Obama who is replacing it with the word “terrori..”. (more…)
Gondomar, Galicia, Spain
He goes to sleep in the night thinking about the next project. Teo Kay Kay, also know as “Teo KayKay” is an artist originating from Europe whose identity is unknown. He’s influenced by the urban environments of New York City and Los Angeles. He loves to create custom champagne bottles inspired by diamonds. He appears always with a cover face, as he wants for people to stay focused on his art and not on his face. (more…)
The Madrid Street Art Project has recently curated and produced four new murals in Madrid’s downtown area, for the second edition of Urvanity art fair. These four works have been carried out by international artists or collectives with an extended career in street art: (more…)
Inspired by existing forms in naturehood, Elara Elvira created this composition where organis shapes and flat colors mix up with patterns and prints in order to create a collage of textures. Elara Elvira (1984), studied Fine Arts in the University of Barcelona. She ñlived the in Berlin and Nantes (France). (more…)