Alice Pasquini is a visual artist from Rome who works as an illustrator, painter, street artist. Born in 1980, Alice graduated from Rome’s Academy of Fine Arts and then lived and worked in Great Britain, France, and Spain. Alice has used wall as canvas and created awesome murals on the streets of different cities across the globe.
Both artists are from Germany. SMY (Daniel Schmieder) has a totaly different style comapred with JustCobe (Fred Naujoks)- but they decided to work together for one piece. Above you can see the result.
For more infos about SMY check out: www.facebook.com/daniel.schmieder.5?directed_target_id=0
ROA is currently in Southern Europe where he just finished this lovely new piece on the streets of the Portuguese party capital of Lagos. Invited for his first ever trip to Portugal by “ARTURb”, the globe-trotting artist decided to paint a duo of snails in a love making position.
Globe-trotting artist Fin DAC is now in the US where he just wrapped up this new mural in Minneapolis, the largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota Painting freehand on Hennepin Ave S at Shameless Inc, the Irish artist dropped one his sexy signature girls with tattoos.
Smug is an Australian born artist based in Glasgow, Scotland who created the realistic street art with an original hint of humor.
Artists from „140 ideas“ were drawing a wall in „St. Kliment Ohridski“ school in Haskovo, Bulgaria.
By accident, the street artist Aakash Nihalani, ended up with tape as his medium. His first work was made with masking tape. Initially his work, cubes, rectangles and other forms of mostly tape, seems simple. But if you look closely you see their complexity.
The streets of NY in detail.
Open-mindedness is not a skull fracture.
After New York City, Nychos is back in Europe where he just wrapped up this collaboration with DXTR in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Weeds by Mona Caron, a Swiss-born, San Francisco-based full time artist, is a fantastic project.
They may be tiny yet they push through concrete. They are everywhere and yet unseen. But the more they get stepped on, the stronger they grow back.
This is a series of hidden mural paintings of weeds, created as a tribute to the resilience of all those beings who, like weeds, no one made room for, were not part of the plan, and yet keep coming back, pushing through and rising up.
I paint each weed gradually from bottom up in tiny increments, photographing each stage. With the resulting photos, I’m creating a series of short animated movies of giant weeds asserting their presence in a precarious environment.
More photos on The Design Ark.
Escif recently stopped by Galicia, Spain for the always excellent DesOrdes Creatival Festival where he painted several signature pieces on the streets of Ordes.