Aware, Pemex, and friends get in some bombing on the streets of Mexico City.
Curve gets up during the day time on some rooftops in New York City with some classic New York in the 70’s footage thrown in the mix.
The capitol city of Kuala Lumpur is one of Asia's biggest transit hubs and home of the only metro system in Malaysia. As of 2004 the metro lines, which originally operated as separate companies, merg
To unveil their newest camera the Leica M-D, the iconic camera company enlisted the perspectives of photographers Daniel Arnold, Nicholas La and Rui Palha, sending the three to Porto, Portugal to sho
Patti holds court on her love of the French poet Rimbuad that spawned her creative path while still a young woman in New Jersey.
We really enjoy the vibrantly colored figurative work of Italian muralist, Agostino Lacurci. After painting in Atlanta for Living Walls, the artist headed to Densers, Moscow for the LGZ Festival and
For this years City Leaks Festival in Cologne, Germany, Aryz used the entire facade of a building to paint a rose holding, top hat and bow tie wearing skeleton. The Spanish artist makes it look so e
On Wednesday, a 13-2 vote was made by the City Council setting the wheels in motion to lift a decade-long restriction on murals in Los Angeles. Since 2002, the mural moratorium had been enforced, wh
Momo who was featured in our August printed issue is currently in St. Louis working with Re+Public on what the artists says is “ anaugmented reality mural, which will be the first of it’
Some of the most intriguing and unique wheat-paste posters we have seen come from the hands of Brooklyn-based artist, Judith Supine. The artist has recently been spreading a few new works around the
“Build and Destroy” is the title to Brisbane-based artist, Fintan Mcgee’s newest piece in London, UK. Two characters can be seen with conflicting approaches to progress. One holds
Elian and Pastel are two Argentinian artists we had the pleasure of meeting this year at Living Walls in Atlanta. These two close friends are a hilarious duo of laughs and good times. Both artists h
AEC and WAONE do something a bit different from what you would expect and paint a traditional advertisement in Mexico City. Advertising there work at the local mural festival of course!
This character by Medo is dark, mysterious and slightly creepy. It certainly was not put there to comfort you. The title of this piece is "Rebirth of a mongoloid."
Unga from the Tel Aviv collective, Broken Fingaz, spent the last two weeks traveling through Rome and Sicily where he left some paint to dry on a few walls. One piece appears to be in a rural locati
After opening his exhibition “Higher Planes” at The Tate Gallery in Sydney, Shida painted one of his abstract pieces on the background wall of a basketball court.
While in Southern Italy for the Mura Mura Festival, the artists collective, Sbagliato, cleverly transformed some arches on an existing wall to appear like a subway was passing. We are unsure whether