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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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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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Banksy Emerges in New York and Calls Attention to Imprisoned Turkish Artist Zehra Doğan – Colossal

Banksy (previously) has emerged this week on the streets of New York, creating at least two new artworks, his first pieces in the city  since his ‘residency’ five years ago. In one large work spanning the length of the famed mural space at the … Continue reading

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Clever Sketches by Christoph Niemann Turn Everyday Scenes into Humorous Moments

Illustrator Christoph Niemann (previously) plays with scale and context to create small scenes using ink and everyday materials. In his object-focused works, a few deft brushstrokes turn a pair of socks into the head and torso of a dinosaur, and a pressed … Continue reading

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Recent Street Interventions by Oakoak Turn Architectural Details into Visual Puns

Street artist Oakoak (previously) continues his clever street interventions, cracking visual jokes by combining urban architectural details with well-placed painted additions. Oakoak’s eye for such juxtapositions might be explained, in part, by his former career in urban planning. His interventions … Continue reading

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Under the sea… — the happiest pixel

Hey pixels!! As I told you last Monday, during this weekend we’ve had some street music/costume activities and more. Every year someone from the town hall choose a theme and they decorate the town streets according to it. This year … Continue reading

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Soaring Murals of Plants on Urban Walls by Mona Caron

Muralist Mona Caron (previously) has continued her worldwide Weeds series, with colorful renderings of humble plants growing ever taller on buildings from Portland and São Paulo to Spain and Taiwan. The San Francisco-based artist often partners with local and international social and environmental … Continue reading

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A domino mural painted on an abandoned factory by Lithuania-based design studio Gyva Grafika. The mural was commissioned UAB AURIKA, a leading flexographic printing house in the Baltic States, to transform the well-being of the community as well as to … Continue reading

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