4 days agoby i_support_street_artThe project POLI Urban Colors has seen it at work, on the inner and adjacent walls to the Campus Bovisa-Durando of Politecnico di Milano, 2501, Luca Barcellona, Rancy and Zedz. @never2501@lucabarcellona Alongside them were 20 Politecnico students, selected from a call, who got the opportunity to assist them and
USINA means factory, before 1928 a category of workers build this factory to produce lime stones in Boukornine mountain. Calligraffiti artist, Inkman felt the need to attend to this location leaving his mark as a tribute.
Spanish artist ‘Kraser‘ recently visited Miami and made a couple of breath taking walls. His art is a wild creativity explosion with animals with amazing details. Take a closer look at these recent creations. Kraser has been painting since the age of twelve and has managed to inspire with his enigmatic symbolisms.
Every one knows how street art has evolved into amazing artworks covering boring walls. Fact is, every one experiences in their daily life a simpler form of street art present in most cities. Stencils! Small, simple, dirty and daring little messages that preserve a status of their own.Whether its a little symbol or a sentence […]
In a rural location just 5 kilometers from the Slovenian borders, Italian artist Carne found his peace. We present you a series of creations he recently made with pastes. These buildings are abandoned farma houses since long ago.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s death. A man that inspired many and brought profound change in South Africa. In his memory we decided to put up a collection of walls from around the world that were made in his name! Enjoy !
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.
Portugese street artist Vhils, has recently finished this wall for Galeria Urban Forms project in Lodz, Poland. The work has been done during the IVth edition of the festival as part of large number of walls through out the city of Lodz. The work is located on streets Kopernika x Żeromskiego. Enjoy the pictures by photographer Marek Szymanski.
Johannes Mundinger a Berlin based artist, creates colorful faces, figures in isolated spots of the city, usually on decaying surfaces of old buildings or abandoned urban constructions. Since 2012 he has a studio at Urban Spree, a center for Urban Art in Berlin, where there are some nice walls. Take a peak at a few of […]
This month many festivals took place around the world bouncing street art up again on the hot list of global citizens. Lets look at what happened in the city of Vilnius in Li thuania. Date: 5 – 13 September 2014 The Second International Street Art festival in Vilnius took place with Artists creating on walls, […]