Category Archives: street art

THESE WALLS – Mural of Marcus Rashford by AKSE – Lumafilm

Video by Rhys Fagan (@rhysalexandermedia) & Arman Kizir (@the_hench_videographer) (@Lumafilmuk) Documenting the Mural of Marcus Rashford in Withington Manchester by the street artist @Akse_P19 Marcus Rashford is petitioning to extend free school meals quoting ‘no child should be going hungry’ … Continue reading

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Photorealistic Figures Embody Childhood Wonder in Dreamy Murals by Lula Goce

From New York City to Azerbaijan to Kristianstad, Sweden, artist Lula Goce transforms blank walls into ethereal artworks that illustrate childlike wonder and growth. Her murals merge photorealistic renderings of adolescent subjects with otherworldly surroundings: plumes of flowers and vines … Continue reading

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The Untold Truth Of Banksy

Banksy’s works and very existence continue to entice, entertain, provoke, and baffle audiences all over the world. But who is he? And where did he come from? Here’s a look at the untold truth of Banksy. Even global art icons … Continue reading

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Aachoo!! A Sneezing Pensioner Knocks Down a Row of Houses in New Banksy Work in Bristol

In what could be interpreted as a tongue-in-cheek warning about not wearing a mask during the times of COVID-19, residents of Totterdown, Bristol, awoke to a new mural by the elusive artist Banksy. The work depicts an older pensioner sneezing … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Late Tamara Djurovic, AKA Hyuro, and Her Sincere, Monumental Murals

Argentinian artist Tamara Djurovic, who worked under the name Hyuro, died Thursday at her home in Valencia. Known for imbuing her works with sincerity, the artist utilized her large-scale pieces to capture the complexity of human emotion. Her style was … Continue reading

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“UNTOLD” by Biancoshock in Ravenna, Italy

Italian public artist Biancoshock recently worked on a new wall in Quartiere Darsena, Ravenna in collaboration with Subsidenze Festival 2020. The mural is entiled “UNTOLD” and it features a crossword puzzle.Looking at the crossword puzzle you can see that the black boxes … Continue reading

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Multi-Story Murals Showcase Domesticity through Elegant Ceramic Tableware

Spanish street artist Manolo Mesa merges public and private spheres through large-scale murals that highlight simple domestic objects. The multiple-story artworks depict traditional dining scenes, from an elegant porcelain tea set to a lone jug with swirling flourishes to another … Continue reading

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Mantra’s Trompe L’oeil Murals Encase Enormous Butterflies in Vintage-Style Boxes

Rombas, France Working with entomologists around the globe, the French street artist known as Mantra (previously) transforms brick facades and concrete walls into massive studies of local butterfly specimens. With framed outer edges that mimic a wooden box, the trompe l’oeil … Continue reading

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Le street artiste français Jef Aérosol à l’exposition street art Offside Gallery au Groupama Stadium, Lyon. 

12 oct. 2018 – Découvre  l’exposition street art Offside Gallery au Groupama Stadium de Lyon. Je te révèle tout sur les street artistes que tu vas voir, mes coups de cœur, les Birdy Kids[…] Source: Le street artiste français Jef … Continue reading

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Dolly Parton’s Black Lives Matter Statement Is Now a Mural in Nashville

By Sonya Harris on September 3, 2020 “Of course Black lives matter.”   During an interview featuring music legend Dolly Parton, the feisty superstar made a memorable comment concerning recent U.S. protests: “I understand people having to make themselves known … Continue reading

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