Singer Justin Bieber has been asked to clean up graffiti left on a hotel wall in Australia. The singer spray-painted cartoon faces on an external wall of a Gold Coast hotel earlier this… Continue reading
People have been making graffiti for millennia. Street art is a new term, dressing up a once-reviled practice for the age of MFAs and grant applications. A conservatory sensibility is evident in the… Continue reading →
Recently spotted this truck rocking on the streets of Kowloon. Buket and Yumoh have been putting in some work for sometime, and still going strong.
Meres is a super special individual that has one of the biggest artistic hearts, and a giving soul. He has been running 5 Pointz for many years, and the work that he has… Continue reading →
C215 is a talented artist that I have been following for a few. A few pieces that I have witnessed have been a bit smaller, but at an eyeing point. The scale he… Continue reading →
“Sleepless In Seoul” UTAH & ETHERs new Video and Zine available at UTAHETHER.com. The 5th video in the series showcases Cap Adapters and Yellow Adapters being tested in the city of Seoul, Korea.… Continue reading →
Recent work from Xeme in Hong Kong.
New Piece by Obsrvr in Hong Kong
Found this on the internet and needed to share. Great idea and execution. the artist goes by the name Obsrvr. Related articles New NYC street art blends hip-hop and signage (smartsign.com)
Rone reveals a new work of art in Melbourne with the help of his friend Phibs. Rone’s works are displayed all over the world and also are proudly displayed in the National Gallery of… Continue reading →
Shida, Seven Seas, and Nior are artists from Autrailia’s burgeoning art scene. They have been supplying the walls all over the world with fresh paint and some of the best imagery for an… Continue reading →
Days One and Peque do a collab in Melbourne, giving an open studio session on a Malcom Lane wall. Take notes… Photos courtesy of Baddogwhiskas ©2013
World reknown artist JR is plastering his passion for faces with his on going project ‘One Face At a Time’. Please be sure to catch his HBO Documentary ‘Inside Out’ if you haven’t… Continue reading →
Another Lucy Lucy production in Australia, sweet as ever. Such a great contrast in the grimy industrial setting. Related articles Lucy Lucy and Slicer / Fixtures of Imagination / Street Art (streetsaresayingthings.com)
Illegal graffiti on an abandoned complex in Melbourne, Sauce lays it on thick. See the video…
Jams is a Hong Kong writer that keeps steady working the streets. This is what Jams and Hamp’s idea of Old School Flava.