London based street artist D*face recently went out and did some simple but effective redecoration to the discarded Christmas trees standing around the streets of London. He wanted to send out the message: A tree is for life not just Xmas!”. I couldn’t agree more.
Described as The French Banksy, street artist Dran highlights the bitter realities of contemporary time with powerful pieces.
“Sum Times”, clever, funny and mathematical Street Art from our beloved tape artist Aakash Nihalani. See much more of his work here.
Street art by Netherland based illustrator Daan Botlek. Bolek creates amusing murals and wallpaintings that feature characters engaged in unusual activities and he uses bursts of bright pop colors that vividly contrast with the stark black outlines. I Like!
STMTS is a young greek street artist from Athens who creates large scale drawings on paper and then attaches them to the walls of various public buildings throughout Athens. STMTS is currently studying at the Athens School of Fine Arts. If you like his work make sure to follow him on Facebook.
Interactive street art ideas by Color Me Katie, a 25 year old freelance photographer, actress, street artist and fun maker!
Over at Unurth we came across street artist Phlegm‘s latest mural of a giant crocodile which he created for the All Rights Destroyed Festival in Oslo, Norway. Very impressive piece of work!
Kidult hits Maison Martin Margiela in Brussels, Belgium. In the wake of its highly anticipated collaborative collection with Swedish retailer H&M, luxury couture label Maison Martin Margiela becomes the latest victim to Parisian graffiti artist Kidult‘s vandalism. Featured in the tag is a heart along with the word “Love” scrawled over it. To the right side,...
“Antistress for free” by concept and street artist fra.biancoshock – The artist that does not exist? Biancoshock is a different concept from being an artist. And further still, from being a street artist. My “experiences” are not showcases to promote my activities, they do not require any description: they are simply opportunities to communicate and...
“Power to the People” by Beirut-based street artist EpS. See more of his work here. In a country where we lack almost everything! And where one has to struggle everyday giving it all without getting anything in return… Lets claim the Power Back!”
French street artist Clet Abraham humorously alters traffic signs throughout major cities in Europe by strategically pasting removable stickers on them. It’s not all just to crack a smile on the faces of those who pass by. Clet is often commenting on society’s standardization and the constricting effect that rules have on us, limiting individual...