Ho-ho-ho! Its Christmas time, whatever that means for each one of you! So we ve picked some of the coolest seasonal walls and came up with a Collection from around the World to celebrate together. Enjoy, share and spread the love!
Belgian street artist Jaune gets site-specific by painting on Gaeta’s waste collection centre. Memorie Urbane 2018 is street artist’s Jaune first occasion to depict his iconic characters creating chaos at their home base!
The litle town Alfamén (Spain) has hosted for the second consecutive year an urban art festival with international artists. The Asalto team organizes this meeting of artists in rural areas to promote the art in small villages.
Two ways to think about it. One, street art pulls power. Hence, wires, conduits, and meters. Or, street art generates power, delivering energy to The Grid 24/7. A site-specific, speed-of-light insurgence.
Moscow-based Slava Ptrk has taken part in the 17th edition of Nuart Festival with two outdoor murals, both stenciled and yet completely different from each other. First of all, Slava Ptrk painted “Poppies” on the side of the hotel Havly in downtown Stavanger.
KEY DETAIL is an artist you might not be familiar with. However his works have a unique style that captivates. Originally from Belarus, now based in New York, he has recently painted some new walls across Europe and USA recently.
This is, according to the creator SpiderTag, the first mural done worldwide with what he calls ”The Experimental Neon Lights Operation”. The Mural was done in Mallorca, Spain, for Artnit festival 2016.
At the turn of July and August, at the invitation of the Urban Forms Foundation, Gaia aka Andrew Pisacane visited the city of Lodz, Poland. He is one of the most remarkable young street artists rooted in New York and Baltimore.