This year’s NuArt Festival was certainly a special one – their 15th year running – which means it must be one of the longest running street art events in the world. You can enjoy all our coverage here, but if you want to own a part of history, the good people behind the festival have released a 15th Anniversary Boxset. Featuring signed screenprints from 15 artists including Bortusk Leer, Jamie Reid, Dotdotdot, Isaac Cordal, Martha Cooper, Futura (seen above), Fra Biancoshock, Martin Whatson (hand-finished), Icy & Sot, Ella & Pitr, […]
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After highlighting a mural from Deih for the UpNorth Festival in the small village of Sulitjelma in Northern Norway, we now have a recap of the entire event for you. The festival was curated and organized by anonymous Norwegian artist Stein together with Trond Solstad and also featured the work of Borondo (seen above), Sabek, M-City, DotDotDot, StayOne and Stein. Photo credit: Henrik Haven.
If you have been following our coverage of the ongoing Urban Nation program in Berlin, you will no doubt seen some of the photos shot for us by Henrik Haven. This time around he’ll be taking the reins and curating a show with Olly Walker set to open on January 31st entitled CUT IT OUT!. As you may have surmised from the title, the group exhibition is dedicated to the art of the stencil and features brand new works, equipment, tools and stencils from Above, Adam 5100, […]
Last week, the Nuart Festival in Norway continued its long run of excellence with the 2014 lineup of street artists in town for indoor and outdoor works. First up is a look at the installations and murals this year’s roster got up in the Stavenger TouScene venue. Participating artists included Andreco, Borondo, DotDotDot, Etam Cru, Fra.Biancoshock, Icy & Sot, John Fekner, Levalet, M-City, Martin Whatson, Mathieu Tremblin, ±MAISMENOS±, Spy, Strøk, and Tilt. Particularly striking was the half tagged bathroom installation from the French graffiti “festishist” Tilt, […]
This Tuesday sees yet more photos from this year’s Nuart Festival (see previous years) where artists continued to throw up murals. This latest update is headlined by this great new piece from M-City painted directly onto an airport control tower. Take a look at more photos of this below along with pieces from Faith47 and C215. There are shots of other work from the festival so far here for those who have missed it. Photo credit: Henrik Haven.
This week’s Rewind summary is lead off with a closer look at Tauba Auerbach’s new Mesh / Moire print set (recently released). The footage takes us into Paulson Bott Press as viewers get a closer look at the process. Other notable recent videos below… Pundits weigh in on George Lucas’ museum. The making of EMEK’s George Clinton poster. M-City paints a F1 racecar (via Vandalog). Vernissage TV looks at Art Beijing. Vernissage TV looks at the Tracey Emin show at Lehmann Maupin Gallery in New York. Hypbeast Pen & Paper […]
This weekend sees the return of our Streets: World Roundup feature detailing street murals from around the globe. First on the list is a new mural from Wes21 in Biel, Switzerland (source) with a pretty sweet placement. Other notable walls come from Remi Rough x Shok-1 – UK, Waone (Interesni Kazki) x Kislow – France, Faile – Ireland (source), Escif x Hyuro – Spain, Escif x M-City – Spain, RIME x Toper – New York, INSA – Australia (source), Conor Harrington x Maser – London (source), Interesni […]
We start this month’s survey of street art with this sweet new piece from El Mac painted on what looks to be the side of a train car. The LA-based artist painted the portrait as a tribute to his friend and gifted photographer Estevan Oriol. Coincidentally, we shared a portrait of photographer Martha Cooper with you painted by Os Gemeos only earlier today. Other worthy walls featured this week come from M-City – India, Mar – California, ROA – Argentina (source), Sokram – Spain (source), Waone […]
This week’s summary of public art from around the world comes a little early as we are still trying to catch up after Basel Week Miami. Leading things off is this ad takeover on Canal Street in New York (source) by Zevs with his infamous logo drips – this time targeting Apple (check out the full photo below). Other notable work comes from GILF! – New York, 2501 – Brazil (source), Hyuro – Spain, Escif – Spain, Zilda – France, ESPO – Philadelphia, Agostino Iacurci – Italy, Krio […]
This week’s look at public art around the world is headlined by this new piece (source) from Case (aka Andreas von Chrzanowski) in Frankfurt, Germany. Painted at the construction site for the future European Central Bank headquarters, the MaClaim crew member painted Pinnochio being manipulated by a pair of hands, making some sort of political statement. Other worthy pieces come from Escif – Spain, Kidult – Belgium (source), Remi Rough & Shok-1 – London (source), Mesa – Italy, Christiaan Nagel – London, Remed – Morocco, Pixel […]