Banksy, a street artist revered by thousands for his ability to express powerful messages and capture our attention, has finally addressed arguably the most controversial topic he could have possibly used his art to comment on – the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and...
Alicè (Alice Pasquini) is a brilliant Italian illustrator who has an amazing style of painting. In her pieces she represents human emotions. Her favorite subjects are women and kids during normal moments of the real life.
This year, Cluj-Napoca in Romania is the European Youth Capital. On the 15th day of every month, an event is organized to send a message through simple actions. This month, they chose to take part in the global No Hate Speech...
“I believe everyone has an affinity for writing in the snow as a child. When most people grow up they lose the urge. I guess I just haven't been able to shake it,” - that's how New York-based street artist Faust...
At the first sight, what do you think it is? Are these gemstones? Where can we find these particular geological piece of art? In what kind of gold mine can we find these fragments?
"Geological Graffiti" is an exhibition made by Apach...
Philippe Echaroux is a French photographer and street artist born in 1983. He invented the concept of Street Art 2.0 with his project, named "Paintings with lights", and kicked-off in his home city of Marseille in March, 2014.
There is this big abandoned building in our city that is stuck between shortage of money and bureaucracy things. It's so big you can't avoid it and it's seen from everywhere. The whole city hates this 'ghost', as we call it....
When British artist Luke Jarram realized just how many people spend time around other strangers without ever speaking to them, he decided to mix things up by placing brightly painted pianos in public places that he hoped would encourage spontaneous communication.
I'm inspired by the resilience of weeds. I look for them in the cracks of the sidewalks near the walls I'm about to paint, then I portray them at a scale that is certainly bigger than the attention we pay them....
We went to Mariscal Sucre, a low income neighbourhood of Bogota in Colombia. For one month we painted on people's house words that they had chosen! It changed the face of the area and attracted attention on the community.