At BLINK Cincinnati, Part II with: Beau Stanton, Herakut, Royyal Dog, The London Police, Chinny Bond, Bikismo, Logan Hicks and Keya Tama

From October 10 to October 14, BLINK Cincinnati  — a light and art event featuring large-scale projection mapping, light-based sculptures, interactive art, live performances and mural art — attracted close to 1.5 million people. Spanning over 30 city blocks from the banks of Northern Kentucky to downtown Cincinnati, it was the region’s largest event ever. While much … Read moreAt BLINK Cincinnati, Part II with: Beau Stanton, Herakut, Royyal Dog, The London Police, Chinny Bond, Bikismo, Logan Hicks and Keya Tama

ADD FUEL’s ‘TOGETHER TO GATHER’ Mural for PAINT (RED) SAVE LIVES Campaign, France 2019

Portuguese artist ADD FUEL contributes to the initiative PAINT (RED) SAVE LIVES in collaboration with (RED) in Lyon, France, in his latest mural ‘Together to Gather’. PAINT (RED) SAVE LIVES is the first global street art campaign created to bring urgent action in the fight to end AIDS. PAINT (RED) is curated by Scott Lawin, … Read moreADD FUEL’s ‘TOGETHER TO GATHER’ Mural for PAINT (RED) SAVE LIVES Campaign, France 2019

At Rooftop Legends on the Lower East Side With: Cycle, Queen Andrea, Part One, Dez, Will Power, Albertus Joseph, Jaek El Diablo and Mast

The following guest poet is by Lower East Side-based photographer Ana Candelaria After two decades of attending classes at Seward Park High School — when I wasn’t hanging out in the parking lot! — I was back. I never thought I would be. This time, though, it was to hang on the rooftop with some of … Read moreAt Rooftop Legends on the Lower East Side With: Cycle, Queen Andrea, Part One, Dez, Will Power, Albertus Joseph, Jaek El Diablo and Mast

Underway at BLINK Cincinnati: ELLE, Natalia Rak, Tatiana Suarez, Royyal Dog, Logan Hicks, Vhils and Faith 47

A free four-day event taking place from the banks of Northern Kentucky to downtown Cincinnati, BLINK Cincinnati is one of our nation’s largest light and art festivals. Under the curatorial direction of  BLINK partner The AGAR, over a dozen new murals are currently underway or near completion. Featured above is the increasingly itinerant ELLE at work. Several more images … Read moreUnderway at BLINK Cincinnati: ELLE, Natalia Rak, Tatiana Suarez, Royyal Dog, Logan Hicks, Vhils and Faith 47

Parees Festival wrap up their third edition, Spain 2019

Parees Festival has just wrapped up it’s third edition bringing five new murals from national and international artists to Oviedo, Spain. Artists invited by Parees this year included: Mina Hamada, Hedof & Joren Joshua, Udatxo, Catalina Rodríguez Villazón y Matth Velvet. The five new street art murals bring a mixture of different styles and themes, … Read moreParees Festival wrap up their third edition, Spain 2019

Life is Beautiful Urban Art Festival, Downtown Las Vegas 2019

For seven consecutive years global creative house Justkids has collaborated with Life Is Beautiful festival to transform the cityscape of Downtown Las Vegas, consistently curating ambitious semi-permanent murals and site specific installations. The woman-run creative enterprise recently debuted seven new works from artists Ernest Zacharevic, Daku, HOTTEA, Zosen & Mina Hamada, Mantra and AKACorleone, joining … Read moreLife is Beautiful Urban Art Festival, Downtown Las Vegas 2019

Artist Amadama makes a Loud Impression at this year’s BLOOP Festival, Ibiza 2019

The BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival is back for its 9th consecutive edition, and this year the Ibiza festival goes back to the basics of the street art movement, choosing to be pure and anonymous. This year artists built their aesthetics around the theme RESILIENCE . Artist AMADAMA creates an installation titled ‘The Equalizer’ and … Read moreArtist Amadama makes a Loud Impression at this year’s BLOOP Festival, Ibiza 2019

Faces in NYC Open Spaces, Part XV: Menace Two & Resa Piece, Son Coro, Maria De Los Angeles, Michel Velt, Jess X Snow, Rosk & Loste and Dreph

This is the 15th in a series of occasional posts featuring the range of faces that have surfaced in NYC open spaces. The image above featuring Lauryn Hill was painted by the Brooklyn-based “dynamic duo,” Menace Two and Resa Piece with JMZ Walls.  Several more images of captivating faces that I’ve come upon in my relatively … Read moreFaces in NYC Open Spaces, Part XV: Menace Two & Resa Piece, Son Coro, Maria De Los Angeles, Michel Velt, Jess X Snow, Rosk & Loste and Dreph

At SpraySeeMo Mural Festival in Kansas City, MO: Tarbox, Samuel Hale, Emily Ding, Lauren YS, Dustin Spagnola, Zulu Painter and Arsek & Erase

In its mission to “continue to grow and propel Kansas City into a mural-laden town that promotes creative expression and exploration,” SpraySeeMO  recently invited over three dozen artists to share their talents and visions on the streets of the Crossroads Arts District in downtown Kansas City. The magical mural featured above was painted by the wildly … Read moreAt SpraySeeMo Mural Festival in Kansas City, MO: Tarbox, Samuel Hale, Emily Ding, Lauren YS, Dustin Spagnola, Zulu Painter and Arsek & Erase

Speaking with Paris-Based Artist and Activist Lily Luciole in NYC

I first met and interviewed Lily Luciole back in 2014 when she came to NYC to share her distinct vision on our streets . Active throughout the globe, but particularly in Montreal and Paris, Lily fashions alluring mixed media images — largely inspired by her African heritage and her quest to reclaim her identity. The artist … Read moreSpeaking with Paris-Based Artist and Activist Lily Luciole in NYC

Banksy Opens his own Homewares Store “Gross Domestic Product TM” in Croydon, London 2019

Banksy has opened his first ever homewares store in Croydon, London today. The store is called “Gross Domestic Product TM” and has many wonderful items in the shop window display. Banksy ‘ Gross Domestic Product’ Photo Credit GraffitiStreet.com Gross Domestic Product is the homewares brand from Banksy and this is his first and only store. … Read moreBanksy Opens his own Homewares Store “Gross Domestic Product TM” in Croydon, London 2019

The 14th edition of the Asalto Festival unites locals with murals, Zaragoza 2019

The Asalto Festival has celebrated its 14th edition in Zaragoza and continues to spread public art throughout the city. Between 16th and 22th September 2019 street artists Dimitris Taxis (Greece), Hello’o Collective (Belgium), Isabel Garmón (Spain), Maiky Maik (Spain), Spogo (Spain) and Urku, (Ecuador) have created murals in Las Fuentes and adapted their personal style … Read moreThe 14th edition of the Asalto Festival unites locals with murals, Zaragoza 2019

At the GrandScale Mural Project in East Harlem: Ralph Serrano, Anjl, Dister, Anna Lustberg, Toofly, Alexis Duque, Shiro, Funqest, Christy Ayala, Rob Ayala, Project Curator Ayana Ayo and More

For three weekends this past month, dozens of artists were at work transforming three blocks of fencing located adjacent to the 125th Street Metro-North into a vibrant, intriguing outdoor gallery. While visiting last weekend, we had the opportunity to pose a few questions to its dynamic curator, Ayana Ayo. This project is wonderful. We love the … Read moreAt the GrandScale Mural Project in East Harlem: Ralph Serrano, Anjl, Dister, Anna Lustberg, Toofly, Alexis Duque, Shiro, Funqest, Christy Ayala, Rob Ayala, Project Curator Ayana Ayo and More

Global Street Artists are Painting the World (RED) in the Fight Against AIDS, 2019

PAINT (RED) SAVE LIVES is the first global street art campaign created to drive urgency action in the fight to end AIDS. PAINT (RED) is curated by Scott Lawin, founder of Museum of the Street, with support from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Merck /MSD. “Street art is the original social media. Public … Read moreGlobal Street Artists are Painting the World (RED) in the Fight Against AIDS, 2019

Faith XLVII’s Largest Mural Promotes Positivity for a Golden Future, Philadelphia 2019

International urban artist Faith XLVII has recently painted her largest mural to date… a 19 storey high mural! produced by Mural Arts Philadelphia and created for University Square complex. The Silent Watcher © 2019 City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program / Faith XLVII, 3901 Market Street. Photo by Steve Weinik. The huge mural is titled … Read moreFaith XLVII’s Largest Mural Promotes Positivity for a Golden Future, Philadelphia 2019

POW! WOW! Rotterdam Wrap up their Second Successful Street Art Festival, 2019

The international street art festival POW! WOW! has just wrapped up its second Rotterdam edition on Sunday 15th September 2019. With a street art program of international renown, vibrant live music performances, a breakdance program featuring the worldwide elite, and visitors from all over The Netherlands and far beyond, it was an overwhelming success. More … Read morePOW! WOW! Rotterdam Wrap up their Second Successful Street Art Festival, 2019

At Bright Walls in Jackson, Michigan: Claire Foxton, Arlin, Emily Ding, Ouizi, Mr. Prvrt & Ms. Shaftway, George Rose and Key Detail

A public art and mural festival, founded and run by the Jackson Young Professionals, Bright Walls is transforming Downtown Jackson, Michigan into a vibrant, alluring outdoor museum. The captivating mural pictured above — featuring the wonderfully generous Jackson resident Wanda Beavers aka “Mama Tu-Tu” — was painted by Australian artist and designer Claire Foxton. What follows … Read moreAt Bright Walls in Jackson, Michigan: Claire Foxton, Arlin, Emily Ding, Ouizi, Mr. Prvrt & Ms. Shaftway, George Rose and Key Detail

At “Street Lynx Bta” in Bogota, Colombia: Ledania, SakoAsko, Beek, DjLu, El Care Barbie and More

Home to dozens of outstanding artists who are active on both the streets and in their studios, Bogota is a thriving oasis of strikingly impressive urban art. Yet — like so many South American cities — it has been largely overlooked by the dominant street art scene. In his efforts to bring his city’s extraordinary … Read moreAt “Street Lynx Bta” in Bogota, Colombia: Ledania, SakoAsko, Beek, DjLu, El Care Barbie and More

“Aerosol: Graffiti | Street Art | New Jersey | Now” Opens at Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey

Opening tomorrow, Thursday, September 19, at the elegant Morris Museum in Morristown, NJ is “Aerosol: Graffiti | Street Art | New Jersey | Now,”  the first U.S. museum exhibition to showcase contemporary urban artwork painted directly from floor to ceiling onto a museum’s gallery walls. While visiting the exhibition as its installation was near completion, I … Read more“Aerosol: Graffiti | Street Art | New Jersey | Now” Opens at Morris Museum in Morristown, New Jersey

Beautiful new mural by Tomokazu Matsuyama on the iconic Houston Bowery Graffiti Wall, New York 2019

Japanese contemporary artist Tomokazu Matsuyama lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, and has just finished work on the latest mural at the iconic Houston Bowery Graffiti Wall at the corner of Bowery & Houston St. in Manhattan’s Lower East Side/Chinatown area. Matsuyama is influenced by a variety of subjects, including Japanese art from the Edo and Meiji eras, classical Greek and … Read moreBeautiful new mural by Tomokazu Matsuyama on the iconic Houston Bowery Graffiti Wall, New York 2019

Speaking With Brooklyn-Based Multidisciplinary Artist Baston714

The following guest poet is by Lower East Side-based photographer Ana Candelaria Born and raised in Brooklyn, Baston714 has been making his mark on our streets these past few years with his uniquely intriguing wheatpastes, paste-ups and stickers. By chance, I came upon him while he was painting a mural outside the Second Avenue subway station — … Read moreSpeaking With Brooklyn-Based Multidisciplinary Artist Baston714

Banksy’s Brexit Mural has been Erased and all that Remains is the White Flag and an Unexecuted Plan, Dover 2019

Guerrilla street artist, Banksy, known for his controversial, and often politically themed, stenciled pieces has just responded on his Instagram page to his Dover mural being whitewashed. The EU flag mural in Dover, England was originally painted in May 2017, and depicted a worker chipping away at one of the European flag’s 12 stars leaving cracks in the … Read moreBanksy’s Brexit Mural has been Erased and all that Remains is the White Flag and an Unexecuted Plan, Dover 2019

Back at “The Sack” With: Sade TCM, Part One, Sienide, Soze 527, Wore One, Johnny Samp, Fargo and More

Brimming always with color, craft and attitude, the walls that surface at Hackensack’s Union Street Park — under the curatorial direction of Darrius-Jabbar Sollas — are a graffiti lover’s heaven. The mural featured above was painted by the hugely talented Sade TCM. Several more images captured last week follow: The legendary Part One Bronx-based Sienide Graffiti master Soze … Read moreBack at “The Sack” With: Sade TCM, Part One, Sienide, Soze 527, Wore One, Johnny Samp, Fargo and More

We’re all fucked up! But we’re all one. Fucked up. One.

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Everyone I’ve ever met had been fucked up in some way. Each and everyone. We all got our scratches. Doesn’t matter if you’re black, white, yellow, red or purple. Or if you’re Christian, Jew, Muslim, atheist or doesn’t give a fuck. We’re all one. Let’s start from there. Let’s start the conversation and connection from … Read moreWe’re all fucked up! But we’re all one. Fucked up. One.

First Street Green Art Park: Nite Owl, Panmela Castro, Marzipan Physics, K-NOR, Cram Concepts with Ratchi NYC, Binho & Ramón Amorós

During the past several weeks, over a dozen intriguing murals have surfaced at First Street Green Art Park. Fashioned by local, national and international artists, they reflect a huge range of styles and sensibilities, The now-iconic image featured above is the work of the nomadic Nite Owl. Several more recent additions to First Street Green Art … Read moreFirst Street Green Art Park: Nite Owl, Panmela Castro, Marzipan Physics, K-NOR, Cram Concepts with Ratchi NYC, Binho & Ramón Amorós

Guerrilla Artist VLADY is Playing Games at BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival, IBIZA 2019

BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival IBIZA has been enjoying its 9th year celebrating the open arts in Ibiza. The 2019 summer event opened on 15th August and ran to 5th September, based on the theme RESILIENCE, illustrating one’s tenacity to bounce back subsequent to events and experiences. BLOOP is a completely free art festival that showcases … Read moreGuerrilla Artist VLADY is Playing Games at BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival, IBIZA 2019

At Wide Open Walls: Lauren YS, Molly Devlin, Kirileigh Jones, David Puck, Mars-1, John Horton, Mabel Vicentef & Jessie and Katey

In its mission to “promote diversity through artistic expression” and to share public art with a wide audience, Wide Open Walls recently added 40 new murals to Sacramento’s visual landscape. The mural featured above was fashioned by the LA-based artist Lauren YS. Several more images captured during the fourth annual art festival of Wide Open Walls by travel … Read moreAt Wide Open Walls: Lauren YS, Molly Devlin, Kirileigh Jones, David Puck, Mars-1, John Horton, Mabel Vicentef & Jessie and Katey

Marcelo Ment: From Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to JMZ Walls on Myrtle and Broadway in Brooklyn, NYC

Earlier this month, Brazilian artist Marcelo Ment returned briefly to NYC, gracing a huge corner at JMZ Walls on Myrtle and Broadway in Bushwick. For three days, he worked approximately eights hours each day, interacting with local folks from the neighborhood and walking away with a strong sense of the place and the people who … Read moreMarcelo Ment: From Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to JMZ Walls on Myrtle and Broadway in Brooklyn, NYC

Splash and Burn Presents REWILD from Street Artist ESCIF, Indonesia 2019

REWILD is the latest campaign from creative initiative Splash and Burn, and Spanish artist ESCIF. Splash and Burn uses Art as an alternative platform projecting critical ecological issues, curated by Ernest Zacharevic and coordinated by Charlotte Pyatt. As with every Splash and Burn Art project, REWILD serves to highlight and bring worldwide attention to the loss of forest habitat on the Indonesian … Read moreSplash and Burn Presents REWILD from Street Artist ESCIF, Indonesia 2019

At the East Harlem Graffiti Hall of Fame: Duster, Tony 164, Per One FX, Hektad, Blame FX, Meres One, James Top & More

This past weekend the Graffiti Hall of Fame celebrated its 39th anniversary in the famed schoolyard on 106th Street and Park Avenue in East Harlem. Pictured above is a b-boy celebrating Duster‘s vibrant piece. Several more images captured at the event follow: Bronx-based Tony 164 with spray can in hand Per One FX with spray can … Read moreAt the East Harlem Graffiti Hall of Fame: Duster, Tony 164, Per One FX, Hektad, Blame FX, Meres One, James Top & More

Tats Cru Members BG 183, Bio and Nicer — with Crash, Nick Walker and Daze — at the Legendary East Harlem Graffiti Hall of Fame

This past Thursday, Tats Cru members BG 183, Bio and Nicer — along with Crash, Nick Walker and Daze — once again transformed their wall at East Harlem’s Graffiti Hall of Fame. Featured above are BG 183 and UK native Nick Walker at work. What follows are several more photos of the artists in action– all captured Thursday by travel … Read moreTats Cru Members BG 183, Bio and Nicer — with Crash, Nick Walker and Daze — at the Legendary East Harlem Graffiti Hall of Fame

Street Artist Ador paints a tribute mural entitled ‘Flag Time’ for Palestine, France 2019. 

French artist Ador has recently spent time painting penguin murals in the old town of Anabta in Palestine, having been invited by ABJC association in Bouguenais.  The ABJC foster friendships and solidarity, with partners from different countries and to promote fundamental rights in the world through numerous intercultural and intergenerational exchanges. The old town of Anabta is one … Read moreStreet Artist Ador paints a tribute mural entitled ‘Flag Time’ for Palestine, France 2019. 

Street Artist Ador Paints Penguins in Palestine, 2019

French artist Ador has recently spent time in the old town of Anabta in Palestine, having been invited by ABJC association in Bouguenais. The ABJC association foster friendships and solidarity, with partners from different countries to promote fundamental rights in the world through numerous intercultural and intergenerational exchanges. The Twinned Youths represent 14 – 25 … Read moreStreet Artist Ador Paints Penguins in Palestine, 2019

Street Artist SatOne Transforms the Observation Deck of Dobbin’s Landing, Erie, Pennsylvania 2019

Artist SatOne has just completed a unique project titled ‘Flotsam’ on the observation deck of Dobbin’s Landing, Erie, Pennsylvania, United States. The project was curated by Iryna Kanishcheva, and funded by Erie Arts & Culture and Erie-Western PA Port Authority. The observation deck of Dobbin’s Landing is 12,000 square feet (more than 1,000 square meters) of usable … Read moreStreet Artist SatOne Transforms the Observation Deck of Dobbin’s Landing, Erie, Pennsylvania 2019

Thailand-Based MUEBON on the Lower East Side and at JMZ Walls

The following guest poet is by Lower East Side-based photographer Ana Candelaria As I was heading home this past Saturday after three hours of photographing street art on the Lower East Side — with my camera battery down to 10 percent — I unexpectedly ran into an artist whose work was unfamiliar to me. Impressed with … Read moreThailand-Based MUEBON on the Lower East Side and at JMZ Walls

Street Artist Guido van Helten draws Inspiration from the Communities Art Collection, Lodz 2019

Urban Forms Foundation invited Australian street artist Guido van Helten for an exciting project in Łódź, Poland. The Foundation and the artist have already worked together on two projects, in Poznań and Grudziądz, but this time it was finally possible in Łódź, the place with over 100 murals are around the city. The walls dedicated … Read moreStreet Artist Guido van Helten draws Inspiration from the Communities Art Collection, Lodz 2019

POW! WOW! Rotterdam brings international street artists to the Afrikaanderwijk! 2019

POW! WOW! Rotterdam brings another action packed street art festival to Rotterdam, with this year inviting street artists to paint in the Afrikaanderwijk from 8th to 15th September 2019. They have now renamed those dates as POW! WOW! Week! finishing off with a full and free accessible festival on Sunday 15 September 2019. Many international, … Read morePOW! WOW! Rotterdam brings international street artists to the Afrikaanderwijk! 2019

The New Lombardy Walls Project: Bianca Romero, Dain, Chris RWK, Marthalicia, Czr Prz, Jappy Lemon, Will Power & Albertus Joseph

Curated by Bianca Romero, the new Lombardy Walls is a delightful addition to East Williamsburg’s visual landscape, bringing color and charisma to what was once a banal North Brooklyn block. The huge mural featured above was painted by Brooklyn-based Bianca Romero in what has become her distinctly infectious signature style. What follows are several more artworks … Read moreThe New Lombardy Walls Project: Bianca Romero, Dain, Chris RWK, Marthalicia, Czr Prz, Jappy Lemon, Will Power & Albertus Joseph

BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival reveals full artist line up and program for the 9th year, Ibiza 2019

BLOOP International Proactive Art Festival IBIZA reveals its stellar artist line up and program for the 9th year celebrating the open arts in Ibiza. The 2019 summer event will open its curtains to a smaller format than previous editions, running from 15th August to 5th September, based on the theme RESILIENCE, illustrating one’s tenacity to … Read moreBLOOP International Proactive Art Festival reveals full artist line up and program for the 9th year, Ibiza 2019

The Ever-Evolving Freeman’s Alley: Lmnopi, Sara Lynne Leo, Dylan Egon, Sara Erenthal, The Postman, Coloquix, City Kitty, Ethan Armen & Thomas Allen, Captain Eyeliner, Dirk and More

Tucked into a narrow passageway off Rivington Street east of the Bowery is the ever-evolving Freeman’s Alley. Even as the street art scene becomes increasingly corporate and commercial, Freeman’s Alley continues to remain a treasure trove of unsanctioned artwork. While some works can last for months, many are quite ephemeral. Featured above is “No Child … Read moreThe Ever-Evolving Freeman’s Alley: Lmnopi, Sara Lynne Leo, Dylan Egon, Sara Erenthal, The Postman, Coloquix, City Kitty, Ethan Armen & Thomas Allen, Captain Eyeliner, Dirk and More

Street Artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada’s latest Mural brings Awareness to Sustainable Energy, Italy 2019

Barcelona based artist ​Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada has collaborated with Italian company ​Lavazza and the city of Turin for the initiative ‘TOward 2030 – What Are You Doing?’. This project transforms the Global Goals of the United Nations into 17 works of street art, 2030 being the deadline established by the UN to transform the planet into … Read moreStreet Artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada’s latest Mural brings Awareness to Sustainable Energy, Italy 2019

The Masterly Italian Artist Giulio Vesprini on Fusing His Artistic Passions, Painting in Public Spaces, His Upcoming Visit to NYC & More

Born and based in the Italian town of Civitanova Marche, the wonderfully talented multidisciplinary artist Giulio Vesprini will be bringing his vision here to NYC this coming week. A brief interview with the artist follows: You’ve studied art formally at the Academy of Fine Arts in Macerata and at the Department of Architecture in Ascoli Piceno. What spurred … Read moreThe Masterly Italian Artist Giulio Vesprini on Fusing His Artistic Passions, Painting in Public Spaces, His Upcoming Visit to NYC & More

Pat Perry is Connecting Distant Communities through Street Art, Iraq and USA 2019

In an effort to connect communities located in different parts of the world, aptART (Awareness & Prevention Through Art) and the Good Works Foundation teamed up with street artist Pat Perry to create OPENING LINES. Through the power of technology, the project introduces two groups of children living in markedly different places and provides them … Read morePat Perry is Connecting Distant Communities through Street Art, Iraq and USA 2019

Scenes From an Opening: Sara Erenthal — BACKSTORY at The Storefront Project on the Lower East Side

The following guest post is by Lower East Side-based photographer Ana Candelaria I first discovered Sara Erenthal‘s work on the Lower East Side several years ago. Last summer, I met Sara at Freeman’s Alley, and this past Thursday, I was delighted to view her artwork in a gallery setting.  Pictured above is the Brooklyn-based self-taught artist … Read moreScenes From an Opening: Sara Erenthal — BACKSTORY at The Storefront Project on the Lower East Side

The Harlem Art Collective at the Guerrilla Gallery in East Harlem with: Tomer Linaje, Evelyn C. Suarez, Rashida Stewart, Adam Bomb, Rafael Gama, Dorothy Gale, Shani Evans & More

One of my favorite spots in town is East Harlem’s Guerrilla Gallery. Located on 116th Street, between second and third Avenues, it hosts some of the most authentic walls found anywhere. Always reflecting the spirit of the folks who either live in East Harlem or identify with its culture, the art that surfaces there is … Read moreThe Harlem Art Collective at the Guerrilla Gallery in East Harlem with: Tomer Linaje, Evelyn C. Suarez, Rashida Stewart, Adam Bomb, Rafael Gama, Dorothy Gale, Shani Evans & More

Naomi RAG and Capucine Bourcart Bring Beauty and Intrigue to East Harlem’s Eugene McCabe Field

Located on 120th Street and Park Avenue in East Harlem, Eugene McCabe Field is now home to two tantalizing public art installations.  Featured above is a close-up from local fiber artist Naomi RAG‘s 12 x 24 foot mural fashioned from yarn. A larger segment of the mural The mural, La Flor De Mi Madre, in its entirety … Read moreNaomi RAG and Capucine Bourcart Bring Beauty and Intrigue to East Harlem’s Eugene McCabe Field

Pokras Lampas pays tribute to avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich, Stenograffia Street Art Festival 2019

Pokras Lampas, one of the most exciting figures in modern calligraphy, has just finished painting a large-scale piece of art for Stenograffia, a street art festival in Yekaterinburg, Russia. “One hundred years ago, a black square was painted in Russia that changed the face of global art and design. The challenge was accepted.” Pokras Lampas … Read morePokras Lampas pays tribute to avant-garde artist Kazimir Malevich, Stenograffia Street Art Festival 2019

Street Artists dedicate Murals to Maya Angelou, Maya Angelou Mural Festival, Los Angeles 2019

Branded Arts have just wrapped up the Maya Angelou Mural Festival, as part of its LAUSD mural festival series, a large-scale project that started with the Robert F. Kennedy Community School in 2016. Branded Arts invited over 30 local and international artists to paint a series of murals dedicated to the ideals of Dr. Maya Angelou, and to create … Read moreStreet Artists dedicate Murals to Maya Angelou, Maya Angelou Mural Festival, Los Angeles 2019

“blue blood,” an Exhibition of New Works and Mesmerizing Installation by Kenny Scharf, Continues Through July 28 at TOTAH on the LES

Working with shades of reds, blues and grays, the legendary Kenny Scharf has fashioned a tantalizing new body of paintings. On view through July 28 at TOTAH on the Lower East Side, the artworks feature a series of alluring, surreal landscapes. The exhibition, aptly titled blue blood, both entertains and provokes, as it raises questions as to … Read more“blue blood,” an Exhibition of New Works and Mesmerizing Installation by Kenny Scharf, Continues Through July 28 at TOTAH on the LES

Artist Saype’s Worldwide Symbolic Human Chain extends to Andorra, 2019

In a world that is polarised, French-Swiss artist Saype’s vision is to create the longest symbolic human chain around the world, generate a real social movement and invite the crowds to benevolence. The ‘Beyond walls Project’ will eventually link twenty megacities of the globe to the same ethos: Optimism and living together. ​The symbolic human chain … Read moreArtist Saype’s Worldwide Symbolic Human Chain extends to Andorra, 2019

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