Born in 1988. EJSMONDT is a Polish street artist whose main focus is painting in public spaces. Communication design student in 2013-2017 (University of Wrocław).
During confinement, a work of art representing a masked couple kissing languidly appeared in the Châtelain district of Brussels. (more…)
Ben Zeno is an italian street artist from the city of Pesaro. He sticks, paints and pastes all over the globe using severals styles and a kid face who keeps staring at you until you’ll decide if you love him or hate him. (more…)
Since its emergence in urban areas, street art plays an important role in the cultural space of most communities, public discourses, and galleries. It has been widely accepted by pop culture and (more…)
MEOW is an Urban Artist based in Cologne. Since 2014 his Works can be found in the Streets of Germany and London. The overriding Theme of his Art is without a Doubt the recurring Catmotive. From stray Cats, that may hide in every Corner and Niche of the Street, to anthropomorphic beings that seem to set old Myths and Legends into a modern Context. Or maybe they are just supposed to look funny.
Shadee K is a young street artist based in Paris, France. He started from his early youth with tagging and graffiti and later moved on to pasting mainly inspired by Paella and Larivaz. His works are mainly inspired by video games, comics and cartoons. (more…)
Miss Bugs is an artist collaboration founded in the early part of 2007; consisting of two people – boy and girl – Miss & Bugs. Preferring to keep a low profile, not much is known about Miss Bugs. (more…)
BerriBlue is a young, female street artist. Originally from Poland, she now lives and works in Portugal. She works mainly through paste-ups, which she paints at home in her studio. Her work deals with themes such as mental health, femininity, sexuality, and mortality. She currently has pieces up in Porto, Lisbon, London, and Dublin.
She previously went by “JTB” and was quite well known in Dublin under that name, with her work featuring in “Inside Out” a book about Irish street art. (more…)
“I could be bounded in a nutshell, and count myself a king of infinite space, were it not that I have bad dreams.” (Hamlet) Curated by Urban Nation. (more…)