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.
Odeith, an extraordinarily talented street artist based in Portugal, creates incredible works of street art that will fool your eyes into thinking that they're floating 3D sculptures. His mastery of anamorphic art and perspective is truly mind-boggling.
Winter is coming... the cities all around the world better be prepared for the cold. Putting some winter hats on the statues brings warm feelings and more attention to local culture and art.
My name is Marcela Nowak and I'm an industrial design student from Poland. Beside design, I love taking pictures! While visiting NYC, I couldn't resist a visit to Bushwick Collective Art.
My name is Jamie Scanlonand I am the UK-based street artist JPS. I got into street art in 2009 after visiting Banksy's excellent museum exhibition which inspired me to face up my problems with drinking and drugs.
I am the street artist JPS and I cover a lot of things I like in my artworks, including rappers, movie characters, etc. I often add my own humor to justify breaking the law. Here is a collection of some of...
Talented Portuguese street artist Artur Bordalo (aka Bordalo II) has done it again, creating a beautiful and colorful owl sculpture on a wall in the city of Covilhã in Portugal out of recycled junk and trash. The sculpture, called “Owl Eyes,”...
Pejac is the pseudonym of a Spanish artist who started painting on walls after he got annoyed with his art teachers' attitude towards art. Since then, he has been painting on the streets to bring his art to people who can't...
Everybody can do it. Use your phone to photograph the portraits of anonymous paintings on museum walls, print them, and move them to the streets.