1 day agoby i_support_street_art@julieta_xlf latest wall for 2018 edition of Kufa's Urban Art Festival in Luxembourg. The philosophy of Kufa’s Urban Art is based on a bottom-up approach and offers a large range of pedagogical activities in the public space, artistic interventions and open air festivals. The project applies to the whole population, with a special focus on vulnerable social groups. She was invited to paint the facade of the new Centre for Drug Addicts in Esch Sur Alzette were She painted "NICTE-NOCHE" From greek mythology, Nicte (Noche)was born from Khaos and with Darkness conceived the Light and Day. She accompanies in the
Iryna Kanishcheva is a young, US based, Ukrainian curator, photographer and founder of several fine street art projects. On this edition of Meeting Point, we speak with her and learn more about her dreams and projects!!
Among the districts and streets of Barcelona is a surprisingly prolific amount of street art. A diverse and vibrant city, Barcelona is one of Europe’s hottest destinations for culture and entertainment
Here is a monumental piece of work by Roc Blackblock. Titled as: “At once I understand that man is memory” it is a work inspired by a 1925 photograph, which demonstrates the celebration of a popular tradition in the city of Tortosa.
The walls and scapes of Springfield’s modest downtown includes street art, community murals, civic projects, private musings, and The Simpsons. In case you didnt know already, its a city in Lane County, Oregon, United States.
Seven Artists, Seven Countries, One Night to Inspire and Empower. Absolut unveils an inspiring project that celebrates global unity. Seven artists in seven countries around the world came together for a common cause of positive action.
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.