Feoflip is the alter ego of a boy born in Lanzarote, in Canary Islands, far away from the facilities and the support of the urban art. His story began around the year 2000, when painting in the street didn’t receive any artistic recognition. He moved at night to create his pieces. Since then he has not stopped painting on walls and always accompanied by his blackbook.
Federico Carta aka Crisa was in Athens and recently finished a 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 urban art. (more…)
Urbanact completed this year’s fourth mural in the city of Volos under the ”CityCall” project at the 6th Elementary School of Nea Ionia with the support of the Parents and Guardians Association. The Athenian artist Same84, who has dressed the city with several public frescoes, has also been involved in the recent swimming pool mural.
In a collaborated project, created by Urban Forms and the Ostrow Cultural Center, two first murals have been created in two main locations of the city by two Jewish-Israeli artists with Polish origins. (more…)
Le M.U.R. is an important tradition in the street art scene in Paris and it’s strictly connected to the neighborhood in which it leaves and evolves. With the idea of a temporary intervention (that’s part of Le M.U.R. concept), NEVERCREW decided to realize something connected both to the idea of time and related in a direct way to the location. (more…)
Tim Jentsch met Cosmo Sarson to find out more about his recent mural in Brighton… British artist Cosmo Sarson most notably gained international press in 2013 with his giant 28ft high mural of ‘Breakdancing Jesus’ painted opposite Banksy’s iconic ‘Mild,Mild West’ in Bristol. (more…)
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…)