It’s been quite some time since our last Streets World Roundup feature so now’s as good a time as ever to review some of the street art around the world that you may have missed in the last few months. Leading things off is a mural entitled Trumpty Dumpty that Ron English (featured) recently painted with the help of the Bushwick Collective, Mana Urban Arts, and Jonathan LeVine Gallery that make his political views clear.
Other notable work come from Shok-1 (UK), Mobstr (UK), El Mac (Morocco), Pantonio (Morocco), Freeuno (Spain), Brendan Monroe (USA), Nevercrew (France), Telmo Miel (Netherlands), Borondo (Ukraine), Bik Ismo (Montreal), Sainer from Etam Cru (Germany), Bezt from Etam Cru (Belgium), Phlegm (UK), Veks Van Hillik (France), RISK x DR. DAX (USA), and The London Police (USA).
Shok-1 – “MasterPeace” painted in response to hostilities arriving form the UK’s EU referendum.
Mobstr in London.
El Mac in Morocco for the “Igloo Hong” project.
Pantonio for Street Art Caravan in Safi, Morocco.
Freeuno in for Urban Art Festival of Mar Menor in Murcia, Spain.
Brendan Monroe in Oakland, California.
Nevercrew in Grenoble, France for the Grenoble Street Art Fest.
Telmo Miel in Rotterdam.
Borondo in Kiev, Ukraine. Photo by Maksim Belousov.
Bik Ismo for Mural Festival in Montreal. Photo by @halopigg.
Sainer from Etam Cru in Mannheim, Germany.
Bezt from Etam Cru – “Wolves” for North West Walls, in Werchter, Belgium.
Phlegm for the Colours Festival in Digbeth, Birmingham in England.
Veks Van Hillik in France. Via StreetArtNews.
RISK x DR. DAX in New Orleans. Via Supersonic Art.
The London Police for the Coney Art Walls in Coney Island, NY.