This October Axel was invited to produce a mural for the People’s History Museum (PHM) in Manchester, the national museum of democracy championing ideas such as equality, social justice and co-operation. (more…)
Wosnan is an urban artist and illustrator born in Bogotá – Colombia. His interest is in scrutinizing possible origins of existence, in exploring possible causes of everything we see and in extolling that there are also worlds that we have not yet seen. (more…)
BLOOP International Proactive Art festival Ibiza, this year dedicated to the theme HOPE, presented its final mural by Mexican street artist Spaik who made his third appearance in the Festival.
The Uruguayan artists Colectivo Licuado kicked off the second edition of Parees, the Oviedo mural intervention festival, with a work depicting a group of tambourine players, a mural dedicated to the women of Asturias. (more…)
Skount recently finished another interesting wall and this time it is in Amsterdam. This mural was made as a spring homage to the prosperity of women, inspired by the Zaouli masks. (more…)
The 3rd International Art Festival Patras | ArtWalk 3 gives pulse and color to the city of Patras. The successful festival in Greece moved to its seventh mural and hosts FIKOS. (more…)
Ebba Chambert was born in Gothenburg, Sweden. She is a traveller and nomad and therefor streetart is her favorite medium and can always be created. Its art for the people, making cities more alive. She has painted in different countries during her travels and she is inspired by the place where she’s at, people, music, medicine plants, femininity and the oldest artform there is; Wallpaintings 😉 She mixes spray and acrylics, and has an graphic experimental continuously transforming style. She is available for commissions and she also sells paintings.
Julian Castillo is an artist from Roldanillo in Colombia. He creates impressive art through tatoo and murals. In 2017 he was added in the Guinness book of records for drawing the largest mural in the world using only pencils! (more…)
Théo VALLIER is a French artist who has lived and worked in Phnom Penh, Cambodia since 2007. His work is inspired by the Khmer mythology witch he combines with an urban style. Since 2015 he is also the co-founder and co-organizer of the “Cambodia Urban Art Festival” in order to promote Street Art Creation in Cambodia.