Archive for the ‘Urban Street Art’ Category

Amnesty International Campaign: ‘Troy Davis: Making the invisible visible’ brings to light the plight of Troy Davis who has spent 19 years on death row in the USA despite doubts about his conviction. German street art collective Mentalgassi have teamed up with Amnesty International to highlight his case by creating unique lenticular fence posters across [...]

To understand this video ‘Because Now I’m Worth It’ (from Above) better please read the text before watching. If you already watched the video without reading the text, please read the text then watch the video again. Above states: “Last year I was traveling for 3-months around Europe and spent 2 weeks in Paris. One [...]

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: INTERVIEW WITH URBAN LOWBROW ARTIST MATTHEW KNIGHT Meet Matthew Knight, an up and coming urban/lowbrow artist currently based in Ireland, whose psychedelic monster characters seem to pop off the canvas and beg to be touched. Knight is unconventional when it comes to his canvases, as he likes to use recycled materials in his [...]

The exhibition ‘Space invaders: australian . street . stencils . posters . zines . stickers‘ at The National Gallery of Australia is the first Australian institution to have collected this type of work. It surveys the past 10 years of Australian street art, featuring 150 works by over 40 Australian artists. This exhibition celebrates the energy [...]

The Belgian artist, simply known as Amatic HK, produces some amazing paintings and urban street art murals. Take a look.

We are in love with these gorgeous wall murals by Laguna. Urban street art to the tenth power!

UK street artist, Paul Insect had a 2007 solo show Bullion exhibition at London’s Lazarides Gallery and fame soon came after that, having collaborated alongside Bansky on two project and catching the eye of Damien Hirst. Paul Insect (aka PINS) artworks includes screen prints, urban street art, and stickers filled with pop culture references, flaunting with images [...]


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