Zabou is a young French creative artist currently living in London. She creates lots of different artworks such as graffiti, illustration and animation. Since 2012, she has been travelling the world to spread her artistic message of love, fun and rebellion.
Panmela Castro (Born in Rio de Janeiro, 1981) has a Masters in Contemporary Artistic Processes from the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) and graduated in Painting from the School of Fine Arts at the University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She is Brazilian, a feminist, human rights activist, art collector, cultural entrepreneur and a promoter of street art produced by women in Brazil. (more…)
Meg Zany is a Los Angeles-based street artist. Zany’s first pieces of street art appeared early 2016 and she has since produced countless works in over a dozen cities around the world, including LA, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Boise, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, West Palm Beach, New Orleans, Montreal, London, Kraków, Paris, and Berlin. (more…)
Erod-prod is a french graffiti artist who combines, with great talent, realistic female figures with typical graffiti style works. Since 1992 he has decorated walls and seems to have found what suits his style best!
Miss.Tic is a Poet a visual artist and an unavoidable street artist. Miss.Tic develops a pictorial and poetic universe it prints stenciled on the walls of Paris since 1985. With designs that feature women and incisive sentences, his creations express freedom. (more…)
AIKO was born in Tokyo, Japan and has lived and worked in New York City since the mid 90’s. (more…)
Ale Senso is attracted from stories, she absorbs them, she reworks them and sometimes she mixes them and then transfers them into the environment as symbolic and oneiric shapes. (more…)
Zalez is a French photographer and painter who lives and works in Paris Thiers (Auvergne). The name” Zalez” consists of the first letters of “Approved Area Libertarian Educated at Zapper” a group formed by artists (more…)
Biodpi is back and this time they ve finished a big wall and it has become the centre of attraction for an Italian neighborhood. In this design, the phrase “lollo all’aperto” adopts a double meaning for the viewer. (more…)