Mural painted end of July by the artists Rubicon1 and Mugraff Location: Tres Chimeneas, Poble Sec Thanks to Lluis Olivé for the photos !
Barcelona street art scene is beeing exported in Romania since few years now. Organized by Bali Green Agency, the Timisoara Street Art Festival (FISART) aims to develop acceptation of urban art amongst local people. The 2016 edition presented mainly Spanish and Barcelona-based artists and showed a wide variety of styles, murals and techniques. Enjoy! Photos by Sergio Villalba Studio & Carina Hossack Txemy Paola Delfin Sergio Villalba […]
Wonderful collaborative wall by the two Catalan artists Cinta Vidal & Uriginal in the Jardines de las Tres Chimeneas, Poble Sec. Photo credits: Lluis Olivé
“Cosmic Balance” New mural painted by the artist from Valencia DEIH during the festival JIDAR TOILES DE RUE in Rabat, Morocco. You can find the wall in Jacob Mansoir. May 2016 www.eldeih.com www.jidar.ma Photos by the artist.
Zaina Erhaim is a Syrian journalist fighting for 30 years for press freedom in her homeland, one of the most dangerous country in the world for its armed conflict. Commissioned by Bocanord for the FemGraff festival, the Catalan stencil artist BTOY painted last week the wall of the Civic Centre Casa Groga in tribute to her work and activism. Erhaim […]
Here is the first entire big mural painted by the Barcelona-based artist Miss Van since 2003. The mural has been commissioned by Difusor for the FemGraff festival. We’ll come back later on this whole event which worth a full focus ! More infos >>> www.missvan.com Photos by Fernando Alcalá Losa & Julie Morize
Geometría, colores y estilo… Disfruta la última pieza colaborativa hecha por los artistas Txemy , SAV45 y Lauro Samblás en una masia abandonada cerca de Barcelona. www.txemy.com www.instagram.com/sav45 www.laurosamblas.portfoliobox.me
Mural by our Catalan master Aryz for the Oslo Triennial of Mural Art Oslo, Norway – 2013 Photo © Susanna Allende (23.03.2016) www.aryz.es
Via ILGORGO Beautiful the collaborations between Emilio Cerezo and Laguna, the two artists come back again to work together with a new painting created recently in Las Mesas in Spain, part of the project Las Mancha Colors. There’s something inherently visceral in the pictorial approaches of the two artists, it is not only to […]
Peruvian art found its origin in the Andean civilisations which rose in the territory of modern Peru before the arrival of the Spanish. Thousands of years after this art is still alive and has reached the walls of our city thanks to a young artist: BRONIK. Proud of her roots, Bronik brings her colourful style from Peru and her pieces can oftenly be seen in the city. […]