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From January 18th Portuguese artist Bordalo II will be in Rome for a week to create one of his creatures made out of recycled materials. Old bicycles, tires and colors will be used to set up his artwork. The place chosen is Saint Peter Station which, with 253 trains per day,>> read more
A young artist collective from Bosnia and Herzegovina called HAD (Hamo, Anel, Dama) used a grain tank as their first workplace for months. From the first moment they met, they wanted to show what the result would be when a painter, an architect and a street artist work together.>> read more
INTI has presented his new piece ”Codo a Codo, en la calle somos mucho mas que dos”. Inspired from Mario Benedetti’s poem Te Quiero and based on Lewis Hine images, who registered working children in the USA during the Great Depression in the 30’s.>> read more
Mural painting realized in Wynwood, Miami (USA) during Art Basel Miami for the collaborative project curated by Urban Nation and PangeaSeed Foundation, addressing the issue of climate change in conjunction with the COP21 Paris Climate Conference.>> read more
Seven days to go before Star Wars “The Force Awakens”, and for Star Wars and Street Art lovers, we will share everyday until December 18, 2015 a “street art” special post related to the saga. Let’s start with Yoda 🙂 Enjoy.>> read more
Colombian street artist Stinkfish has returned to his native city Bogota after a long world tour travelling to several distant locations. His last wall comes from Bogota in Collaboration with local friend and artist ”Empty Boy”, an amazing stencil maker.>> read more