Street Art Painting by David Walker (England)
Street Art By DALeast Africa
Street Art by Mauro-Fassino
Flashy, flamboyant and sparkling amalgamation of various colors engraved on street walls give an eye-bobbling picture and gratify ones aesthetics. Isn’t amazing to see…
INSA is currently in Australia where he spent a few days with RONE in Melbourne to work on this new “GIF-ITI” mural. GIF-iti, as the artist INSA has called it, is a response to the way the Internet simultaneously makes art much easier to access, but constrains our ability to take in.
In 2001 artist Peter Gibson began a guerrilla street art campaign to encourage the city of Montreal to build more bike lanes. What began as a project borne of activism eventually became an art project that continues to this day.
French street artist and photographer JR is in Berlin this week, working on a new project that will span over 15 different buildings within the city limits. In conjunction with his Wrinkles of the City project, his new work will include portraits of elderly individuals who have, over time, witnessed and experienced the upheaval and transformation of the city of Berlin.
In 2001 Peter Gibson started a guerrilla street art campaign in order to encourage Montreal city to build lanes for motorcycles. It initially started as a activity but soon became an art project which is still being continued by the artists.
In this video you can see the abstract depictions in the forms of a photo realistic design. Art from a graffiti writer’s perspective should be fast and effective. Fatcap spray caps are commonly used for covering large areas quickly but their flow has more to show.
Artist Jordan Seiler of Public Ad Campaign is known for taking over public spaces that’s run over with advertising.