Ebba Chambert was born in Gothenburg, Sweden. She is a traveller and nomad and therefor streetart is her favorite medium and can always be created. Its art for the people, making cities more alive. She has painted in different countries during her travels and she is inspired by the place where she’s at, people, music, medicine plants, femininity and the oldest artform there is; Wallpaintings 😉 She mixes spray and acrylics, and has an graphic experimental continuously transforming style. She is available for commissions and she also sells paintings.
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.
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…)
RASPAZJAN is a polish artist that among other creates dream like murals mainly in Poland. Inspirational, his work has a special style that is influenced aparently from the industrial era and the political past of Poland together with beautifull art in pure personal style!
St+art Mumbai 2017 Urban Art Festival announces the Sassoon Dock ArtProject that aims to reintroduce the city to one of its lost spaces – SassoonDock! (more…)
GLeo is a street art from Cali in Colombia. She uses just simple paint brushes and rollers for her works and skilfully creates highly imaginative as well as vibrant work. Beautifully detailed, Gleo’s colourful scenes and fantastic creations catch and hold your attention, like hypnotic Chimera dancing in their urban landscapes. (more…)
Shalak Attack is an emerging Canadian-Chilean visual artist dedicated to painting murals, graffiti, canvas, as well as working with several mixed media approaches such as jewelery, illustration, installation, sound, video, and tattoo. In the past ten years, Shalak has participated in various artistic projects and exhibitions in Canada and internationally. (more…)