This week was a goldmine for street art. New murals invaded our streets. Our print of the week was released by Mr. Brainwash, who got the ball rolling with his piece, “Art is not a crime,” which is available as a print. This theme is very popular in the domain of street art and it can get repetitive at times, but you have to appreciate Mr. Brainwash for its clarity and its aesthetics.
Vinz is currently painting some original “adverts” in the streets London. One of them includes the use of the apple slogan, “Think Different,” portraying a mutant fish with a human body in a straight jacket.
Nychos‘ work had gone missing since April when he dropped a mural in Italy. He is now in Denmark where he produced this billboard piece as a part of the billboard festival at Kunsthal Brænderigården.
Alexis Diaz is currently in France where he spent the last two weeks working on this amazing piece for the Rio Loco Festival.
Ludo dropped this sweet new piece of a beastly robot entitled “Psorophora Encaustum”. His work seems to portray a fight between species, a possible comment on extinction.
Phlegm has been exploring new shapes. Deviating from his long, tribal, signature character, Phlegm went back to his hometown of Sheffield, where he spent weeks working on this large piece. One aim remains consistent in his work: to paint the relationship between imaginary worlds of entertainment and creativity.
Icy and Sot
Discover the work of Icy and Sot. The Iran-based stencil artist dropped by Williamsburg, New York. The artist works with the politically charged themes of poverity, peace, youth and war in order to “remind [ourselves] that art has always been a mode of resistance, and graffiti has always been a political gesture.” If you stop by Brooklyn, you’ll be able to find this one on South 6 by the bridge.
ROA painted this piece in Linz, Austria. His gigantic mural features various images of tortured animals. The artist’s work is like a hymn for animals, shocking viewers into caring more for animals who are suffering.
Pixel Pancho is back in the streets of Montreal, Canada
Aryz painted this large peacock in Spain
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