“EQUILIBRIUM” is the title of the latest mural by Carl KENZ in Kaiserslautern, Germany. The wall is 7 x 2 m and refers to the relation between nature and the human behaviour. (more…)
On this edition of Meeting Point, we meet up with Cape Town based, Melissa Cucci. The founder of IPAF and chairwoman of BAZ-ART NGO. (more…)
Rebobinart, together with TRAM, started the Art project at TRAM. The figurative artistic intervention of Murone, composed of vivid colors, represents the multiculturalism and diversity of tram users. (more…)
Glasgow is a great city to visit. It is different to many other cities in the United Kingdom, and is distinct from Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh. (more…)
With urban and street art’s popularity ever on the rise, many businesses and organizations wonder where they can get custom wall mural work painted. (more…)
The intervention “Life in Time of Corona” is Lapiz’s attempt to fight the feeling of isolation and loneliness. (more…)
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic that is gradually encroaching the entire globe artist Amadama decided to use his time wisely. (more…)
Within about 5 blocks of 24th and Wood, I saw an artist painting a large mural on the side of a building that easily spanned several blocks. I was curious by the painting and I was also curious about why he was painting it. (more…)
We invite you to meet talented Mexican street artist SPAIK. His art provokes the viewers senses, overwhelms with colours and challenges our imaginaion on almost every one of his works. In this intimate interview SPAIK tells us more about himself, his inspirations and his evolution in the art of creativity.READ MORE
Flekkefjord is a small town in the south of Norway. 2020 will be the fifth year of this streetart celebration. (more…)
Meeting of Styles UK is a free, family friendly, art and music festival celebrating graffiti and urban art culture. (more…)
The Tag Conference is an international meeting where academics and non-academics talk about both contemporary tagging and its historical antecedents. (more…)
IPAF provides a platform for the public to come and see art while it also connects international and local artists with communities in a meaningful and interactive way. If you thought Cape Town’s art scene was getting a little crowded, think again, there is still a lot of space for growth.
MOS (Meeting Of Styles) is a non profit organisation, formed by dedicated and passionate Artists and Art-Lovers. It was born as a platform for communication, assembling and exchanging ideas, works and skills of urban Street Culture and Graffiti art. (more…)
Nuart is an international contemporary street and urban art festival, held annually in Stavanger, Norway since 2001. From the first week of September an invited international team of street artists leave their mark on the city’s walls, both indoor and out, creating one of Europe’s most dynamic and constantly evolving public art events. (more…)
UrbanAct (members and co-workers) has an active presence in Greece since 1998. Their goal is to promote the art and the techniques of alternative forms of cultures such as public mural art, graffiti, street art, bicycling etc. UrbanAct aims to intervene with art in the urban landscape by creating outdoor wall paintings, organising festivals and exhibitions. (more…)
ELRINCONDELASBOQUILLAS created in 2005 is a publication entirely based on graffiti where anonymous writers from all over the world merge with each other. (more…)
The IBUg an Urban Culture Festival in central Germany, a laboratory for international urban artists and a way of life. IBUg your life and get together! What started as an unofficial graffiti Meeting, has developed into an urban culture project of international renown since 2006. (more…)
BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival takes place every year in Ibiza during July and August since 2011. It is completely independent, self financed and all activities are for free. The Festival`s aim is to encourage the audience to be proactive and “to think” about a certain theme, usually imminent social issues, that is closely related to our daily lives. (more…)
Sibiu Street Art Festival in Romania is a tool designed to color all our souls! As a community of artists, we strongly believe in this. It is a proven fact the influence that color has on a man’s life and that’s why we thought about how to change the gray around us. (more…)
‘Inspire’ is a week-long public arts festival turning Greater Moncton, Canada, into a visual wonderland for all to enjoy. From the 10th until the 16th of July, Moncton celebrates with colours and creative street art. Dont miss out. (more…)
Vukovart – art harbour is a concept which promotes Vukovar as a place that accepts all artists, and new value creators. Vukovar city in Croatia, organises this inspiring international festival in collaboration with Val Kulture (Wave of culture) as continued manifestation of last years Vukovart 2018. (more…)
“Deflated” is a Mural painting realized in Varanasi (India) for “Varanasi Art Project” curated by Mojarto and supported by Pro Helvetia New Delhi.
The Silent Watcher is an 11,000 square foot mural on the eastern wall of the University Square building, which is 19 stories high. The mural has become a visual landmark and gateway from University City to West Philadelphia.