We end July this year with another Streets World Roundup, covering some of the public art from around the globe that you may have missed. Leading things off is a 600 meter mural Evoca1 painted in Abu Dhabi just in time for Eid al-Fitr.
Other notable walls come from Case (Belgium), Natalia Rak (Spain), Jonathan Bergeron (Montreal), Dabs Myla (Iceland), Odeith (UK), Faith47 (USA), Aryz (Belgium), Shok-1 (UK), Hyuro (Spain), Nychos (USA), Leon Keer (UK), Vhils (Senegal), Outings Project (France), Monsieur Qui (France), and Aakash Nihalani.
Case for Northwest Walls in Werchter, Belgium.
Natalia Rak for Rexenera Fest2016 in Rúa Vila de Negreira, Carballo (Spain).
Jonathan Bergeron painted wall for Mural Festival in Montreal.
Dabs Myla in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Odeith in Bristol for Upfest.
Faith47 – “who will guard the guards themselves” in downtown Los Angeles. Arranged in collaboration with Branded Arts.
Aryl in Ghent, Belgium.
Shok-1 in Brixton, UK.
Nychos in Brooklyn.
Leon Keer – “Empty Hole” at Upfest in Bristol.
Vhils in Dakar, Senegal, with new wall depicting the physicist, historian, and anthropologist Cheikh Anta Diop (1923 – 1986).
Outings Project in Angers, France. Via StreetArtNews.
Monsieur Qui in Sète (South of France). Via StreetArtNews.