11 hours agoby i_support_street_artNEVERCREW just made a new project, in Phoenix, USA. The work is called “El oso plateado and the machine” and it's composed by three different mural paintings, realized on the same building in downtown Phoenix. It's an historical construction, built in 1920. Over the years the building hosted a radio station and two newspapers and it appears in the initial sequence of Psycho, by Hitchcock. You’ll find out more about the particular title of this project on the "info sheet" on the dropbox link, with all the pictures. The series of walls was curated by AnneLaure Lemaitre (FatCap). #picoftheday#isupportstreetart …
1 day agoby i_support_street_artTHE CARE OF KNOWLEDGE_ by @mp5art This mural was painted at the premises of the Women’s Documentation Center in the Spanish quarters in Naples, Italy. The Women's Center contains a gender library and an archive of documents on national and international feminist movements. In the same building, there is also an anti-violence center frequented by many women, from the neighborhood and from elsewhere. Unfortunately, only a few people are aware of the existence of this place, not even a plaque is hanging at its entrance. For this reason, They contacted the artist, with the idea of using his work to…
‘The Unexpected’ organized by 64.6 Downtown and curated by JUSTKIDS has just wrapped up its second edition held in North West Arkansas, from September 1-12. The artist line-up included Alexis Diaz, Okuda San Miguel, Guido Van Helten, Jaz, Pastel, Faith 47, Bordalo II, Cyrcle and returning artist Maser.
Bordalo II’s latest BIG TRASH ANIMAL was presented to the city of Rome. Built on a wall at the entrance of Saint Peter Train Station, this work was realized thanks to Forgotten Project, in partnership with Ferrovie dello Stato Group and the XIII municipality.
Urban Forms Gallery is a permanent street art exhibition in a public space in Lodz. As for now, it consists of over 35 large format paintings, murals, created directly on the side wall elevations of buildings placed in the city centre.
Bordalo II, a Portugese artist known for his imaginative instalations as well as other urban sorts of urban interventions has just completed his latest inspiring instalation. This time the work “Guaxinão” or Big Raccoon is in an abandoned part of the modern art museum – Centro Cultural de Belém.
WOOL is an urban art event in a artistic residency format, that took place in the Portuguese town of Covilhã, between the 12th and 26th of October, with the presence of five of the most respected Portuguese urban artists nowadays: Add Fuel, Bordalo II, Tamara Alves, Mr.Dheo and ±MAISMENOS±.