By Miss Van – Coney Island 2015

Miss Van was recently invited to  the new public/private art project called “Coney Art Walls” hold in Coney Island, NYC. Photos © Jaime Rojo     

By RIPO – Gdynia, Poland 2015

‘A well without water. A bird that can’t fly. An alley with no exit’ Study of minimalist poetry on a maximalist scale. New wall painted by the Barcelona-based artist RIPO during the Traffic Design Festival in Gdynia, Poland. More about the artist >>> www.max-rippon.com

MIAU Festival 2015, Fanzara

MIAU (Museo Inacabado de Arte Urbano) is an urban art festival organized in the small village of Fanzara, in the region of Castellón. The 2015 edition just took place from 16/07 to 19/07 and invited a large number of Spanish graffiti and street artists. Giving its street and murals to the inspiration of the artists invited, Fanzara is […]

By Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada – Goes, Holland

Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada was recently invited to Goes in Holland to paint a new mural. He just sent us his photos and explains what is the concept behind his piece: “In the city of Goes (pronounced “Hoosh”) I photographed three young women and combined their features to create a composite face. I researched the local historical identity […]

By ARYZ – Galicia 2015

New wall by the Catalan international graffiti artist Aryz CULTURAL FORUM, Carballo, Galicia 2015 >>> www.aryz.es <<<

By TXEMY & MURONE – Romania 2015

The two dudes originated from Canarias, Txemy and Murone, left Barcelona these last days for a painting session in Timisoara, Romania. Here is one of their mural, “The ectasy of Santa Teresa, 2.0” >>> www.txemy.com >>> www.mrmuro.com Photos by Apu Dick

By RIPO – Milano 2015

Max Rippon aka RIPO, went to Milano (IT) last week to realise a new gigantic mural: “The Futility and Necessity of our Repetitive and Self-Negating Actions”. Action done in collaboration with Wunderkammern Gallery and Quarto Oggiaro district. More about the artist >>> www.max-rippon.com  

CAYN SANCHEZ – Catalan new school

Graphic artist, illustrator, painter, muralist, cartoonist, but above all: graffiti writer since 1999. Cayn Sanchez is a young artist from Barcelona we have been observing since a while, and we love his works. Check it out. “The main subject matter of my non-commercial artwork are politics and social issues, without forgetting a great interest in aesthetics, even […]

Enric Font in Barcelona – (Via Digerible.com)

Arte Urbano de la mano de Enric Font, un mural de gran formato en el aparcamiento de la Rambla de Guipúscoa, 163 – Barcelona. Font experimenta con técnica y lenguaje propio personajes humanoides con cabezas de varias formas que emanan fluidos o protuberancias, un universo pictórico creado por él. Photo: Enric Font – www.enricfont.com Via: […]