14 hours agoby i_support_street_artOn the occasion of International Womens Day 2019 @nes .poon painted in Delhi a mural inspired by the traditional women led crafts, connecting the European lace patterns and the Indian rangoli patterns. The final work was also a result of a workshop with 25 women from Nizamuddin area, the medieval Islamic
3 days agoby i_support_street_artMural made by the Canarian artist @suglas during the festival "La Ahulaga" on the island of Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Spain. The curator of the event was the great muralist @sabotajealmontaje , coordinating 6 murals in different locations on the same island with other international artists. This wall of Canarian artist @suglas ,
Italian artist, Mino di Summa, recently finalised his latest wall “The dream”. The work was realized for “appARTEngo street fest” in Stigliano, one of the most evocative regions of Italy, the Basilicata.
The project ART UNITED US relies on DOURONE’s participation to create his highest mural ever with a 14 floors high in Kiev, Ukraine. FRATERNITY is about brotherhood and three high-lighted important values, which are RESPECT, FREEDOM and DIVERSITY.
We ve recently come across some street artwork called Don’t Mess With Me which has been recently pasted around in Mumbai. It’s referred to on the streets as The Pink Lady and when people refer to her, they talk about her like she’s a real woman.
Well into Spring, Nite Owl, Eddie Colla and D Young V decided to follow the road to a place winter was still making it’s last stand. A winter that no longer is, in a place that once was; an abandoned ski resort in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California.
Dourone has recently been busy in Campo de la Cebada, downtown Madrid. No commission was involved the artist hit the wall, just because it was a pretty and sunny day in Madrid! Thats a good reason to go out and paint. Enjoy the pictures!
This the third installation, by South African street artist faith47, of the ‘ 7.83 MHZ Frequency ‘ series the artwork title is ‘ 2500 -2450 BC ‘ and is located down a shrouded alleyway in Dunedin, New Zealand.
The new wall by Dinho Bento illustrates endangered species in South America. The mural is located near the city of Ouro Preto. This region is one of the major mineral exploitation places in Brazil, which contributes to the disappearance of many species.