During the winter months, we typically see a slowdown of street activity due to the colder weather. After a brief hiatus, our Streets: World Roundup feature returns with a summary of the intervening months. Leading things off is this Invader (who has a new website) piece that is seen in a new light in the wake of the tragic events that went down recently in the French artist’s home base (photo by tofz4u).
Other notable walls come from ROA – Germany (source), Herakut – USA, Petro x Slak – Finland (source), Augustine Kofie – France (source), Hopare – France (source), Whoam Irony – UK (source), El Mac – Puerto Rico (source), Blu – Italy, Reka – USA (source), Phlegm – UK, Case – Switzerland, Pixel Pancho x Bosoletti – Argentina (source), Smates – Russia (source), Saner – USA, and D*Face – USA.
All photos via artists or festivals unless source otherwise specified…
ROA for the WallCome project to paint on the streets of Schmalkalden in Germany. Photo via StreetArtNews.
Herakut in Miami. “I Dreamt I Was A Human. It Was A Nightmare!” painted with the help of students of the “HERE´S HELP – Recovery Through Education” program.
Petro and Slak for the festival “Objects of Nature” in Kotka, Finland. Via Graffart.
Augustine Kofie for the Le Mur Paris Project in Paris. Via Savage Habit.
Hopare in Paris, France – “Music For The Eyes”. Via StreetArtNews.
Whoam Irony – “Burn” in London. Photo via Mashkulture.
El Mac for the Los Muros Hablan Street Art Festival in Puerto Rico. Photo via StreetArtNews.
Another side of the building that Blu painted in Rome.
Reka in San Francisco. Photo by Colin M. Day via Hi-Fructose.
Phlegm in Sheffield.
Case in Basel, Switzerland.
Pixel Pancho and Bosoletti in Armstrong, Argentina. Photo via StreetArtNews.
Smates in Moscow. Photo via StreetArtNews.
Saner in Las Vegas for Life Is Beauitiful. Photo by Birdman.
D*Face in Las Vegas for Life Is Beautiful. Photo by Birdman.