Street Art
Hula, surfboard muralist

Hula, surfboard muralist

Painter Sean Yoro, who goes by the name Hula, is painting murals in a distinctly Hawaiian way—on his surfboard. Hula, who is based in New York City but originally hails from the Aloha State, has grabbed the attention of the street-art world with this novel approach; his subjects, all women who appear to be bathing...
PAREDES - WALLS, street art by Willy Gomez

PAREDES – WALLS, street art by Willy Gomez

Willy Gomez: behance
Greek Gods, impressive graffiti by Pichi & Avo

Greek Gods, impressive graffiti by Pichi & Avo

Since first collaborating in 2007, Spanish street art duo Pichi & Avo have created an intriguing blend of traditional graffiti and renderings of mythological figures influenced by ancient Greek sculpture. The precision, shading, and use of color is all that more impressive considering each piece is painted only with spray paint. Pichi & Avo: website...
Vibrant murals of people by Seth Globepainter

Vibrant murals of people by Seth Globepainter

Artist Julien “Seth” Malland aka Seth Globepainter has become known around the world for his vibrant murals of people, most frequently children, who appear to be sucked into colorful rainbow-like voids. The figures are usually facing away from the viewer, their attention completely swallowed by pools of dripping color revealed behind drab, urban facades. Seth...
Ethereal bird murals, street art by Eron

Ethereal bird murals, street art by Eron

Italian artist Eron recently completed a stunning pair of murals depicting a seagull and heron taking flight under a viaduct in Riccione, Italy. Each spray painted mural shows a sequence of birds that transition from embossed black and white silhouettes to figures that appear almost completely realistic. Eron is known for his delicately nuanced approach...
On the Roof – aerial street art by Ella & Pitr

On the Roof – aerial street art by Ella & Pitr

Ella & Pitr are having fun with aerial street art by creating gigantic characters lying on the roofs of buildings or directly on the ground! Some beautiful creations achieved between Montreal and Santiago. Ella & Pitr: flickr / facebook Via: ufunk.net
Street art by Johnny Robles

Street art by Johnny Robles

Street artworks by Miami based artist Johnny Robles Johnny Robles: facebook Via: cuded.com
Street art collaboration by Fin DAC and Angelina Christina

Street art collaboration by Fin DAC and Angelina Christina

Christina Angelina is a Venice based artist, street artist, photographer, producer and gallerist. She currently owns and operates StarFighter Studios, a gallery and production studio in Venice, Ca. She received a BFA in Art from UCLA. She also attended NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Art Center College of Design. Angelina was commissioned...
Street art by Rone

Street art by Rone

Famous for his sumptuous paintings of glamorous women, in particular an often recurring image of his so-called Jane Doe, Rone’s work attempts to locate the friction point between beauty and decay, the lavish and despoiled, creating an iconic form of urban art with a strongly emotional bent. Producing many of his early works either through...
Urban landscapes by Bordalo II

Urban landscapes by Bordalo II

Bordalo II presents us a figurative painting full of vivacity and movement, where he paints his own interpretation of urban landscapes and city entertainment. He’s exploring his own mixed media on wood stand base, and are thus made a series of collages of objects (garbage). It is not only a way to recycle, but also...
Spanish artist Pejac spreads poetic street art around European cities

Spanish artist Pejac spreads poetic street art around European cities

Phiedra (Madrid) Weaver (Salamanca) Bird spreader (Salamanca) Blind Windows Series (Istanbul) Dust (Santander) Exit To Surrealism (Paris) Ants (Paris) My Only Flag (Moscow) Vandal-ism (Paris) Pejac In Action 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...
Miniature cement skeletons on the streets of Mexico by Isaac Cordal

Miniature cement skeletons on the streets of Mexico by Isaac Cordal

With the simple act of miniaturization and thoughtful placement, Isaac Cordal magically expands the imagination of pedestrians finding his sculptures on the street. Cement Eclipses is a critical definition of our behavior as a social mass. The art work intends to catch the attention on our devalued relation with the nature through a critical look...

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