This week, we didn’t spot two murals that looked the same on the international street-art-sphere. The piece above is produced by Bom.K X Pakone and Wen2. Bom.K is back in Brest, France following his solo exhibition in Paris.
2501 painted this mural in Los Angeles, USA. The Italian artist used his signature monochromatic lines combined with gold to create an abstract illusion of depth. This piece is on Imperial Street in Downtown LA.
Pez and his charming smiles arrived in Koln, Germany.
Seth recently completed this mural in Paris, France.
Hyuro and her taste for multiplicity has dropped in Copenhagen, Denmark. In her poetic piece, Hyuro tells the story of a deer moving from light into obscurity and emerging, a changed deer on the other side of the light.
Phlegm, who is pretty much featured every week in our “Best of the week”, produced another memorable piece in London, UK.
Steve and Dorota Coy from Hygienic Dress League recently completed the mural above on the streets of Cleveland, Ohio.
Fintan Magee is back in Newtown where he just completed this new piece. The artist has a talent for depicting youthful Oras. He yet again successfully transports his viewer into a compelling childish universe.
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