It’s time for another roundup of street art around the world that we didn’t have a chance to cover in-depth. First up is a mural from Case in Erfurt, Germany for the OQ Paint project. Utilizing the overlapping hand and finger imagery seen in his recent work (ie: New York), the Maclaim member created a special public work that fans in the city can enjoy for years. If you are interested in more in-progress photos, head over here.
Other notable work comes from: Rone – Berlin, Word to Mother – San Francisco (source), Clemens Behr – France (source), Dabs Myla – Washington DC, Hyuro – Italy, Shok-1 x Remi Rough – London (source), Bordalo II – Portugal, Don John – Denmark, Nychos – Vienna (source), Escif – Spain, How & Nosm – Lisbon (source), Adnate – Australia (source), Studio Giftig – Netherlands (source), Dot Dot Dot – Los Angeles (source), and Phlegm – Kentucky.
Images via the artists unless source otherwise specified.
Rone in Berlin as part of “project M” (curated by Strychinin Gallery. Photo by Henrik Haven.
Word to Mother in San Francisco. Photo by Brock Brake via Brooklyn Street Art.
Clemens Behr in Dunkerque, France. Photo via Ekosystem.
Dabs Myla for Art Yards in Washington DC. Photo by Ian Roche.
Part of Hyuro’s piece in Formia, Italy for the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
Shok-1 x Remi/Rough in London. Photo via Graffuturism.
Bordalo II – “Arara do bosque de Telheiras” in Portugal.
Don John in Aalborg, Denmark. Photo by Henrik Haven.
Nychos in Vienna. Photo via StreetArtNews.
Escif – “Vertical Garden” in Mallorca, Spain.
Another mural “Empty Spirits” from How & Nosm for the Underdog project in Lisbon, Portugal. Photo via José Vicente / Stick2Target.
Adnate for the Hit The Bricks festival in Newcastle, Australia. Via Savage Habit.
Studio Giftig in Eindhoven, Netherlands. Photo via Graffart.
Dot Dot Dot in Los Angeles. Photo via Ekosystem.
Phlegm in Lexington, Kentucky.