After a two-year break from creating outdoor work in the UK, British street art duo SNIK is back. While the World Decays is the title of this mural, which sits in an underpass in South East London. Organized by London Calling Blog, the portrait of a woman in a flower crown is executed using stencils in their halftone style.
Three years after it was originally scheduled, JR‘s enormous art installation has finally taken its place overlooking Hong Kong's Victoria...
Abandoned buildings find new life through Scaf‘s hyperrealistic murals.
Finland-based artist David Popa takes an unusual approach to his street art. While he was raised in New York City with a father who was a graffiti writer, Popa doesn't use spray paint to create his murals. In fact, he doesn't even use walls, trains, or other typical surfaces. Instead, he is drawn to nature and blends his evocative art into the landscape by creating earth murals.
If you're ever walking through Ann Arbor, Michigan, keep an eye on the ground—you may just find something delightfully unexpected.
María López and Javier de Riba are the creative force behind the Spain-based art collective Reskate Studio.
Husband Gifts Wife a Chalk Drawing of Eggs in a Tiffany’s Box Because They’re “More Precious Than Diamonds”
Anamorphic art fools our eyes into seeing flat drawings as three-dimensional objects. In the case of Erik Greenawalt, aka Thechalkingdad, this “trick” is applied on a large scale. The Pittsburgh-based artist created an impressive chalk drawing in his driveway of a massive, rectangular Tiffany & Co. jewelry box with something unexpected inside.
February 24, 2023, marked one year since Ukrainians had their world turned upside down after Russia invaded their country.
The contribution of women to the world of street art is highlighted in a new book by journalist Alessandra Mattanza.
French street artist Mantra brings his mother's garden to Versailles with a mural titled Where Amazement Blooms. Mantra is known for his paintings of the natural world, and for this mural, he was inspired by the plants, flowers, and insects he saw growing up. Based on photos taken in his mother's garden, the realistic mural shows butterflies perched on different flowers. The location of the mural makes the subject all the more appropriate.
Turn at the right corner in Berlin and you may come across a stunning surrealistic painting.