Category Archives: street art

Abstract Shapes and Graffiti-Inspired Swirls Leap off the Wall in New Three-Dimensional Murals by Peeta

Italian artist Manuel de Rita a.k.a. Peeta (previously) transforms static structures by painting colorful cubes and abstracted cylindrical shapes to appear as if they are floating above the surface of the wall. This technique was derived from the traditional 3D lettering … Continue reading

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New Humorous Urban Interventions by Levalet Combine Wheatpaste Artworks with Public Architecture — Mediasota

“Incognito,” image via Levalet Artist Levalet (previously) headlined this year’s Roads Street Art Festival, which brought together street mosaics, basketball, DJs, and more in Orleans, France this past April. For the festival, Levalet (a.k.a. Charles Leval) created several new craft … Continue reading

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An artist in Israel goes all out for his pop culture-themed skateboards

Aviram Carmeli from Tel Aviv Israel creates pop culture-themed skateboards such as The Lion King and Aladdin. Source: An artist in Israel goes all out for his pop culture-themed skateboards

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Narrative Dramas Unfold in Robert Proch’s Multi-Dimensional Glitched Paintings and Murals – Colossal

Robert Proch combines the aesthetics of street art and fine art in his dizzyingly complex paintings and murals. The artist engages multiple perspectives, glitched repetitions of figures, architectural motifs, and tightly controlled color palettes to create his distinctive style. Scenes tend … Continue reading

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Banksy Releases New Miniature Walled Off Hotel Souvenir Series

Banksy’s year-old project in Bethlehem,The Walled Off Hotel (previously), has just released a new set of souvenirs exclusively available in the hotel shop. The series of works, which are each hand painted by local artists, depict the West Bank barrier in a crumbling … Continue reading

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Dublin’s Sweep of Public Mural Removals Prompts Wave of New Artworks – Colossal

For the past several months, a collective of artists in Dublin known as Subset has been coming up against the letter of the law, as the Dublin City Council (DCC) issues orders requiring Subset to paint over their colorful murals … Continue reading

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VHILS chisels endangered orangutan mural to raise awareness before it’s too late

as the indonesian government approves the decimation of orangutans and distributes building permits for a hydropower dam, activist and artist VHILS approves and distributes a barrage of chiseled lines in the likeness of globalization’s impending victim — the handsome tapanuli orangutan. VHILS is … Continue reading

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TETRO agency + fernando volken togni develop giant participatory street art in Lyon

To reveal the new face of the city center of Lyon, TETRO agency invited the brazilian artist Fernando Volken Togni to create his vision of the french city and its brand-new pedestrian street with a giant participatory fresco. the event aimed to … Continue reading

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Trees Grow from Bricks and a Storefront on the Streets of New York by Pejac – Colossal

Elusive Spanish artist Pejac (previously) travels the world creating street interventions, often integrating natural elements into man-made structures through a combination of stenciling and trompe l’oeil painting. His most recent projects have brought him to New York City for the first … Continue reading

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Minima Muralia: A Collection of 15 Years of Murals by Street Artist Blu

The newly published book Minima Muralia condenses more than 200 larger-than-life murals painted by Blu (previously)  into one 288-page collection. The compendium covers every piece made by the Italian street artist over the last 15 years, including backstage shots and unreleased works pulled fromarchive. … Continue reading

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