London based French artist, Camille Walala joined The Unexpected in Downtown Fort Smith for the first time, taking over all dimensions of a gas station (more…)
Julieta is a Street artist specialized in illustration from Valencia, Spain. Since 2004, her work focuses basically on mural interventions in the public space internationally. Here is a selection of pictures of her last project in Grenoble Street Art Fest. (more…)
Sophia Hirsch lives and works in Halle and Berlin, Germany. Mainly a painter she uses big murals but also comics to adress social issues. Her work had been shown in various exhibitions internationally. Hirsch murals can be found in various places, including Germany, Poland or the USA.
The latest mural entitled “Children and Fish should be heard” which Magda painted in Teofilów neighbourhood strongly relates to the current condition of our planet, as well as its uncertain future. (more…)
REWILD is the latest campaign from creative initiative by Splash and Burn and Spanish artist ESCIF The Rewind symbol is carved into a palm oil plantation in Sumatra, Indonesia, within a new forest restoration site covering 360 hectares on the borders of the Leuser Ecosystem. (more…)