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Italian street artist Millo, who paints large scale murals in simple black and white lines and occasional colour, has just finished two new mega murals in Shanghai, China. The works which have an element of architecture seem to bless the surrounding area. Their content expresses inner thoughts and habbits. Check out the works and enjoy […]>> read more
“RANDOM” , a mural by INTI, for the project @backtoschool_china in Tai Ping, Jishou, Hunan Province, CHINA. Since the first astronomy records 4000 years ago in China, until today with modern mathematics, we are observing the universe attempting to decipher the cosmic “order” that rules us,>> read more
Every year in China entire districts in the middle of cities are totally destructed to give birth to brand new skyscrapers. Thousands of people are relocated and rehoused by the government. According to the China Academy of Building Research, annually, about 4.6 million square meters of floor space are demolished to be rebuilt.>> read more
Colombian artist Stinkfish has been on a journey in China last month making some fine walls often in collaboration with local street artists. His last stop was Beijing. There he made 2 walls of which the is a quick collab with Robbbb, a local streetartist. ( http://www.robbbb.com/ )>> read more
Colombian street artist ‘Stinkfish’ continues sending in more beautiful creations, this time in the great city of Hong Kong. Having recently passed by HK, the artist opportunistically made some walls, pasted posters and stuck plenty of stickers. It is likely the dream of many street artists to be able to visit distant cities and leave […]>> read more