5 days agoby i_support_street_artToday, June the 17th, a year ago started the fire of Pedrógão Grande, the most serious in the history of Portugal,(64 deaths and 134 injuries). In remembrance to this sad event and homage to the work of firefighters, the Wool Urban Art Festival of Covilhã's organization proposed to @rocblackblock to make an intervention on the fire station building of the city, with the will of the festival to show the gratitude and respect from the whole society to the Fire brigade. His next show will be at the N2 Gallery in Barcelona with his colleagues and friends Mohamed L'Ghacham i
5 days agoby i_support_street_art'Genius Loci' is the title of this intervention for Muri a perdere curated by @artepubblicap an art project born in Ascoli Piceno intended for the areas affected by the earthquake in the Italian region of Marche. As the artist explains “When I was told the story of this wall It seemed as if a ghost was working to keep safe this part of the construction that survived the earthquake. I imagined that the structure was held up by the hands of an invisible and positive force that was preserving and taking care of it, as of a very precious thing.”
2 days agoby i_support_street_art@alicepasquini just returned from the island of Santa Maria in the Azores for Festival Sete Sois Sete Luas. Using spraypaint meant for cars—the only kind available—she painted two pieces close to the ocean. Inspired by the form and color of the walls, she painted two women—or maybe the same woman—one in front of the other. They gaze out toward the horizon and look at the ocean from this island. “Today we’re living in difficult times in where many cross the water toward new lands in search of a better life, not always arriving in the end." #instagraffiti#isupportstreetart#thestreetisourgallery#alicepasquini
“Silence” („Cisza”) is a unique artistic installation which consists of 1300 metal bars made of stainless steel. These metal bars are fixed directly to the wall by chemical anchors and they are arranged by size – from the shortest elements (3cm) to the longest (60cm).
Internationaly known street artist Alexis Diaz has recently finished an inspiring mural in the city of Lodz in Poland. Depicting an interesting theme of combined live organisms with human elements in Black and white, its best we let the images speak for themselves.
Since 2009, every year Urban Forms festival of urban art takes place. This year they have started in September, with a new wall in Lodz by Messy Desk form Hong Kong. This will be marked on 6th of september as the big opening.
New spectacular super sized piece for Galeria Urban Forms project in Lodz, Poland. This time, during the IVth edition of the inspiring driven festival, they organized the wall for artist, NUNCA (Brazil). This amazing wall took some plenty of endurance in the cold weather of Poland.
Portugese street artist Vhils, has recently finished this wall for Galeria Urban Forms project in Lodz, Poland. The work has been done during the IVth edition of the festival as part of large number of walls through out the city of Lodz. The work is located on streets Kopernika x Żeromskiego. Enjoy the pictures by photographer Marek Szymanski.