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.
Benze The artist painted this beautiful mural entitled AZU, 11 x 5 m, for the outdoor bar “Rombusz Terasz” in Budapest. Regular collaborations with brands like Mercedes, illustrator impresses with its creativity and ability to draw unique works.
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.
Felice Varini is a Swiss artist who likes to create optical illusions. His recent exhibition “La Villette In Suites,” which takes place in Paris until September 13, combines geometric figures he painted on the street or in rooms with an anamorphic effect. His works are like puzzles that fit together when the visitor is at...
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.
A Reddit user, known by the nickname Bruck7, shared a office wall installation Sticky note he made because he was bored of seeing gray walls everyday. He used 8024 post-its to create heroes frescoes of the pop-culture such as Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, Spiderman and Captain America.
This fall, the Brazilian street-artist Marina Zumi has made a mural entitled “Honeycomb of Life” on the facade of a building in Halle, Germany, as part of the All You Can Paint Festival. On a surface of 800 square meters, she wanted to represent bee hive cells in the colors of the rainbow.
Australian street artist Fintan Magee has just created a new gigantic work in the streets of Dunedin in New Zealand. Another impressive piece that shows three of his iconic characters trying to catch the clouds.
The architecture agency Gilles and Boissier asked Alex & Marine, two French “walls of tattoo artists’, to make two murals for the new restaurant Mathieu Pacaud,” Hexagon” located in Paris. These undulating frescoes of 100 m2 were Posca and gilding (old) for a month and a half. These wall illustrations echo the magical and surreal world...
Portuguese street artist based in Lisbon, Odeith, playing with perspectives in its anamorphic works for nearly 10 years. His graffiti seem to float in the air a few inches off the ground but it is nothing, everything is a matter of trompe l’oeil.