Most of us have some memory of endless hours occupied with colourfull bricks and humanoids with countless combinations of outfits. Be it building homes, directing imaginery situations, struggling with instructions or even better improvising that impossible perfect structure.
Its finally the time of the spirits, which return to the earth and make their presence felt. For this reason we decided to join them and bring together just a few scary collection of our favourite spooky works!
Organised by Jorge Rodriguez Gerada in a small town in Navarra (Spain) called Tudela, the Avant Garde Urbano festival invited some of the best street artists in the World, such as Vhils (Portugal), Suso33 (Spain), C215 (France), Faith 47 (South Africa), Ron English (USA), RIPO (USA) and many more. I Support Street Art went there. […]
International artist, MTO was in Belfast recently attending the “Hit the north”, Culture night and created this inspirational mural as a way of passing his message to the local community. Titled as ”The son of Protagoras”, MTO, brings some indirect mythology to offer his position on human conflict. A true masterpiece !
Stephanie Rond, a passionate artist who recently finished a project she named “Pink Girl Rising”. All works where wheat pasted in the month of August in her town, Columbus, (USA). They are intended to combat the objectification of women and girls in marketing schemes. The pieces show females in roles as citizens, rather than as […]
Edoardo Tresoldi created this see through instalation in Sapri, Italy for the Oltre il Muro festival 2014. Using only fine wire and inspired by the sea, the man sits and looks towards the sea travelling in thoughts.
Recently invited to Walk&Talk Azores Festival in the Island of São Miguel, Romanian artist Obie Platon painted a large mural entitled “Platonic Forms Story”, which is now part of the festival’s Public Art Circuit.
Italian artist Bordalo II presents his latest works on garbage bins. Pretty simple apparently , he cut a piece from the holder and replaced it with an acrylic panel. In this way the contents of the bin are visible!
Nils Westergard, has been touring Europe this summer and we were happy to receive one of his best works so far. It refers to FEMEN, the supporters of womens rights. He just finished this piece in Graz, Austria.