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

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 […]

ÚS BARCELONA: Festival d’Art i Espai Públic

Vuelve Ús Barcelona, el festival de arte urbano y espacio público de la ciudad, el 9 de mayo en la calle Pere IV, con el objetivo de rescatar el valor de este espacio, dotándolo de vida a través del arte y la participación ciudadana. Esta edición de Ús Barcelona será la culminación de un proceso […]

By Zosen y Mina Hamada en Buenos Aires.

Zosen y Mina Hamada en Buenos Aires. A video by @hazte1delosmios https://www.facebook.com/Hazteunodelosmios Mina Hamada & Zosen Bandido – Buenos Aires 2014 from hazte1delosmios on Vimeo.

KENOR, INTERSECTION OF BELIEFS (Interview, via MTN-WORLD.COM)

Via: MTN WORLD After having witnessed the work of Kenor for the Open Walls Conference, we got our hands on more images for a more thorough look on his great artwork. Along with the pictures we get brief, but interesting, interview which is really worth reading. -Explain a bit about the concept of the wall. […]

KRAM & ELEDU show in Sala Gaspar

Persiana Gaspar is presenting the works by KRAM & ELEDU, two artists from Barcelona, who form part of the collective FATAL FAKE and stick out with their special technique of applying posters onto the streets. Both of them have always been interested in maintaining the high level of Barcelona’s Street Art scene, which becomes evident not […]

By KOB in Barcelona.

Víctor Pacheco comenzó a pintar graffiti con el seudónimo kob, hacia 1999 en su ciudad natal Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, donde todavía se conserva parte de su obra. Durante los años dedicados al arte urbano, y contaminándose con los estudios de escultura e instalación, desarrolla una abstracción orgánica de la tipografía del graffiti describiendo […]