A review of recent public works for our Streets World Roundup sees this new mural (seen above) from Shok-1 as one of the standouts. Entitled The Consumer, the new piece makes a clever modification in the Pac-Man imagery that we are used to and again highlights the sublime translucent x-ray spraycan technique from the London-based artist.
Other notable walls come from Know Hope x 2501 – Austria, Gaia – South Carolina, Cyrcle. – Poland, Borondo – UK, Aaron Li-Hill – New Jersey (source), Faith47 – UK, Faith47 in Scotland, Ludo – France, PosterBoy – New York (source), Ernest Zacharevic – California (source), Calmets – France (source), Oakoak – France, Sepe x Chazme – Virginia (source), Etam Cru – Norway (source), and Ekundayo – Virginia.
All photos via the artists or festivals unless otherwise specified.
Know Hope x 2501 in Vienna, Austria. Photo by Oliver Juric.
Gaia for #yearofaltruism in Greenville, South Carolina.
Cyrcle. for Street Art Doping in Warsaw, Poland.
Borondo in East London. Photo by Bene Pam.
Aaron Li-Hill in New Jersey for Savage Habit Murals Project.
Faith47 – “Europa and the Winged Bird” for the Dulwich Picture Gallery Project in London.
Faith47 – “Oh the miracle of empty hands” in Glascow for ‘in common’ commonwealth games project by recoat. Photo by Mateusz Sleczka.
Ludo in Paris.
Ludo in Paris.
PosterBoy near the High Line in NYC. Photo via Public Ad Campaign.
Ernest Zacharevic in Los Angeles. Photo via StreetArtNews.
Calmets in Port de La Rochelle, France. Photo via Ekosystem.
Oakoak in France.
Sepe and Chazme for the Richmond Mural Project. Via Graffuturism.
Etam Cru for the the Oslo Triennial of Mural Art in Norway. Photo via Savage Habit.
Ekundayo for The Richmond Mural Project.