2 days agoby i_support_street_artThe last mural realized by @fabiopetani is called CALCIUM CARBONATE & ROSA CHINENSIS. It’s created for Desvelarte Festival 2019 in Santander, north Spain. Fabio used another time the chemical element to link his artwork to the city. In this case the Calcium Carbonate is situated in big parts of the
Every year in China entire districts in the middle of cities are totally destructed to give birth to brand new skyscrapers. Thousands of people are relocated and rehoused by the government. According to the China Academy of Building Research, annually, about 4.6 million square meters of floor space are demolished to be rebuilt.
Can a wild koala bear draw better than you? Have you always been dreaming of being able to make your own wall creation but never managed to make a straight line? A small startup from Estonia has been working on a wireless wall printer that works with spray cans and transfers images from smartphone to walls.
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.
Mexican street artist, Spaik, was recently working on a big project in the jungle of Tulum. The project was to decorate a big party. The name of the party was Icaro and it took place on the 11th of January!
Truly Design team has painted a big anamorphic piece at Vans and The North Face headquarters in Switzerland last month. Located inside the company building, it is a piece of art that will blow your mind.
For Madrid Street Art Project, 2015 was full of interesting and enriching projects which have helped to keep street art joyfull. They have shared many projects with lots of people: artists, partners, followers; some of them have been walking along for some time now on this MSAP adventure, while others have also joined.
Loesje and her friends from V9 street art collective created two more murals in Warsaw in autumn, 2015. The big-size paintings keep the minimalistic style of Loesje posters: simple letters are painted on a white background.