The artist MEMEIRL pays tribute to 2 of the most popular superheroes. In a little bit different way.
Historical buildings can be difficult to work with in modern day settings where renovation might be required, requested or a luxury in order to repurpose the building altogether.
The anatomical dissections of local animals and Chinese propaganda, two types of imagery that you wouldn’t think would work as a collaboration: New Mural by Roa & Ever in Buenos Aires.
Well technically it’s GameGURL street art, but whatever. The creator is unknown.
Phlegm starts off the new year with a series of new pieces he painted in London. The British artist painted the mural above in Shoreditch on Holywell lane, and also painted a double-decker bus and complemented a previous mural by Steve Powers.
This gigantic mural of a snake was painted by Sokram for the DesOrdes Creatives Festival in Ordes, Galizia, Spain.
LONDON. An artist called Slinkachu creates many artistic scenarios on the streets! He uses little people and objects to make this awesome scenes!!! In an interview, he said that he put these little things on the street without anyone seeing him and he leave the objects there!!!!! GO OUT and Search!
The pictures are from his blog. View more of his artwork at Slinkachu Blog.
Imagine walking down the street and all of a sudden the gray sidewalk- once just boring slabs of concrete- turns into a canvas for mini paintings, colorful little morsels that make your day. Ben Wilson, a London based artist, is on a six year quest to turn abandoned bits of chewing gum into a collection of paintings.
Wilson started experimenting with occasional chewing-gum paintings in 1998, and in October 2004 began working on them full time. He has created more than 10,000 of these works on pavements all over the UK and parts of Europe.