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Ceramic Hill Installation in London

Ceramic Hill Installation in London

Turkish Ceramics commissioned Turkish creative at SO? Architecture and Ideas to design a summer installation at the entrance of the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Through their work, they had to think about the concept of transformation; that’s how Unexpected Hill was born. In the construction the materials used, they made a material in blue...
Colosal Pigeons Murals Street Art

Colosal Pigeons Murals Street Art

The Dutch street artist Stefan Thelen (also known as Super A) is inspired by the most hated animal of big cities, pigeons, to make the hero of his giant murals. Pigeons portraits overlook the city by being displayed on the front of large buildings.  
We Art Urban ll

We Art Urban ll

Hoptimum, Hip-Hop festival in Ile-De-France, organized by ActArt, is about to close its tenth anniversary with a street art event organized in the former hospital in Lagny sur Marne, which will reopen exceptionally whose the walls are decorated with frescoes by 20 artists. The works can be admired on 16th and 17th of May.  
Yoga Poses with Street Art Graffiti

Yoga Poses with Street Art Graffiti

Soren Buchanan is a yoga instructor from Chicago. On her Instagram, she shows her work in which she stages the yoga poses in a graffitis background. Dancers play with the spot colors and geometry in order to melt into the background.  
Murals of Animals in Antwerp

Murals of Animals in Antwerp

Dzia is a Belgian street artist. He paints most often representations of animals and insects with lines and colorful patterns that look like mosaics. Here is a selection of his latest works, some of which were carried out in collaboration with Gijs Vanee at Harmony Park in Antwerp.  
Gigantic Wall Portraits

Gigantic Wall Portraits

Focus on Guido van Helten a young street artist who enjoys covering the walls with giant portraits in monochrome. Indirectly, Guido puts people at the center of its environment and has a close look at the world around him.