Recently, a well-known Ukrainian artist Sasha Korban returned from sunny Italy, where he was invited by the organizers of the In Wall We Trust International Street Art Festival. For five days he was creating his mural in the picturesque town of Airola near Napoli.
High-rise buildings, highways with cars, trees and citizens became the heroes of new incredible mural by French street-artist Popay on the wall of school #20 in Chernigiv, Ukraine. The mural was created within the frame of Mural Social Club: Back to School! 2017. Small details, such as varicolored stained-glass windows in buildings, a steam, that […]
LLEGANDO A TU DESTINO (arriving at your destination – in English) is the name of the new mural Dourone made in Estepona, Spain. The mural depicts a woman from the back about to arrive at her destination. The flowers an element very present in this work was inspired by the area.
An abandoned concrete silo looms over The Nations neighborhood, eerie and empty. The historic Nashville landmark was nearly torn down. Instead, it’s becoming the centerpiece of the community’s redevelopment. A 15-story painting is unfolding, revealing an elderly man who lived nearly all his life within sight of the silo.
NEVERCREW team have been busy lately with many and it seems that this summer will be a very constructive one. We received some photos of the last work they did in Mannheim, Germany, for Stadt.Wand.Kunsts. The work is called “Propagating machine” and it continues to investigate the balance between the elements, the relation between mankind and nature
“Miss Wiesbaden”, is the latest piece created, by Dan Ferrer, with spray and acrylic paint on wall in the city of Wiesbaden (Germany). This mural is curated by Meeting of Styles, and has been one of the main walls of the event.
Here is the last big wall for the Grenoble street art festival by the legendary Monkeybird crew! The festival in France was the focus of the crew and they brought to life a huge wall of 22 by 13 meters made solely by handcrafted stencils.
After a visiting Johannesburg, the creation of CAMISSA mural took place in Cape Town. DOURONE created CAMISSA, which is the ancient name the indigenous people Khoi gave 2000 years ago to the city of Cape Town.