This 40 meters high and 9 meters wide wall is where Gleo applied her latest work for Nufestival, in São Paulo, Brazil. Titled,¨El Otro¨/ ”The Other”, it is an interpretation of our interior ego that took the artist 15 days to create. (more…)
Bombing Science recently released their latest research article that looks intensively into which cities are most popular for Graffiti art. (more…)
Lodz 4 Cultures Festival is over. This year the event has left some permanent traces in the city space, namely 7 new murals.
Not a while ago we did an interview with ADD FUEL, the Portuguese artist that mixes the traditional Portuguese tiles with stencil. Now he sent us his lastest work in the Stavanger Airport, in Norway, curated by our friends of NuArt Festival. (more…)
Street art pioneer John Fekner was back in Stavanger after his piece “Broken Promises” (Nuart 2014), which –in turn- was originally stencilled in 1980 on a decaying building in New York to highlight the inadequate housing and poor services afflicting the South Bronx. (more…)
It took about 3 weeks from the first brush stroke till the moment, that the ibug´s doors closed again behind the last visitor. Beforehand month of organization and dozens of weeks of hard work had to be done. An effort, that guests and ibug-fans obviously appreciated. (more…)
Presented by the London-based poster gallery Flyingleaps, Derek Mawudoku’s quite underrated raw imagery arrived to Stavanger on the occasion of the 17th edition of Nuart Festival. (more…)
Italian street artist Bifido, recently visited Volos (Greece) and made a new project in the neighborhood of refugees. (more…)