It’s been quite a while since our last Streets: World Roundup feature, so here are some public works that you may have missed in the last several months. Leading things off is a piece by Os Gemeos at an undisclosed location that highlights the plight of the people affected by the catastrophic dam collapse that resulted in toxic mud flow destroying Bento Rodrigues region in Brazil due to the negligence of mining company Mariana MG.
Other murals the caught our eye of late include Invader (Jersey City), Case (Jersey City), Augustine Kofie (Jersey City), Sabek (Penang), Telmo Miel (Deinze), Aryz (Kiev), Tessar Lo (Toronto), Vhils (Hong Kong), 2501 (Los Angeles), Seth Globepainter (St Malo), Interesni Kazki (Sao Paulo), Etam Cru (Banja Luka), Gaia (New York), and Nevercrew (Varese, Italy).
Invader for Mana Urban Arts Project in Jersey City.
Case – “We Shall Overcome” in Jersey City.
Augustine Kofie under the Holland Tunnel in New Jersey for Mana Urban Arts Project. Photo via Brooklyn Street Art.
Sabek – “Decisions” for UrbanXchange in Penang, Malaysia. Photo by Samuel Carter.
Telmo Miel – “Safe Space Guardians” for Art17 / Beste Buren project in Deinze, Belgium.
Aryz in Kiev, Ukraine.
Tessar Lo at Queen and Shaw in Toronto.
Vhils mural at a old cotton mill in Hong Kong. The portrait was inspired by a research into the textile industry of HK and its workers. Photo by Bruce Yan.
2501 for the Do Art Foundation in Los Angeles.
Part of wall by Seth Globpainter in Saint Malo, France for Teenage Kicks 2015. Photo by Poch.
Interesni Kazki in Sao Paulo, Brazil for the O.bra Festival.
Etam Cru – “Icarus” in Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Gaia – “Pronkstilleven” in Kingston, NY on the former Stuyvesant hotel renovated by RUPCO for O+ Festival. Photo by Andy Milford.
Nevercrew – “Signalling Machine” in Varese, Italy for Urban Canvas.