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Background BOB is Back with another Charity Art Auction, 2022

March 20, 2022

Background Bob is the moniker of 13 year old Noah. Noah was born with hydrocephalus, cerebral palsy and epilepsy, but despite everything he’s a happy, cheeky young boy with a huge smile who loves to paint! Throughout the covid pandemic, Noah started an exciting art project with his dad that captured the imagination, support and […]

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Gaurab Thakali’s Vibrant Billboards Explore the Experience of Music, City Life, and the Natural World, UK 2022

March 17, 2022

Illustrator and artist Gaurab Thakali has collaborated with the BUILDHOLLYWOOD family of Jack, Jack arts and Diabolical for their latest Your Space Or Mine project, which gives emerging artists and creatives a platform on the street. The collaboration will display Thakali’s work on billboards across the UK. Gaurab Thakali is an illustrator and artist based in south-east London. He works across multiple disciplines […]

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SAYPE reveals his latest giant land art at the UN headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya 2022

March 5, 2022

“World in Progress” is a triptych created by French-Swiss land artist Saype. Painted at the U.N. headquarters in Geneva, New York and Nairobi, the three monumental paintings retrace the iterative creation of an ideal world by two children. From drawing to origamis, and ultimately coming to life in Nairobi, the giant biodegradable and ephemeral frescoes […]

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UPLIFT Skate and Art Festival brings Team GB’s hopefuls and street art to Rotherham’s town centre, UK 2022

March 2, 2022

Rotherham’s town centre transformed into an urban art playground last week (February 22-24) with an array of features designed to bring out the young people of the town for a three-day interactive experience. Art of Protest Projects teamed up with Rotherham Council and some of Team GB’s best skaters and BMXers to deliver the three-day […]

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Everything is Relative by Street Artist PEJAC, Madrid Spain 2022

February 13, 2022

The latest mural ‘Everything is Relative’ by Spanish Artist Pejac sees him working on the streets of Madrid.  When working in the urban space, one of the elements that most distinguishes Pejac is his ability to find poetry where there is none and this is the essence of his latest intervention in the Carabanchel neighbourhood […]

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The Unfinished Sicilian From Trapani Rewritten by Said Dokins, Italy 2022

February 3, 2022

Throughout Italy, there are numerous monumental infrastructure projects that were left unfinished. These contemporary ruins have endured, like traces of corruption, a testimony of the squandering that prevailed in that country between the 1950s and the 1980s. Due to the characteristics these edifications share, they’ve been recognized as a style called the Incompiuto Siciliano, an […]

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ANTHONY BURRILL COLLABORATES WITH BUILDHOLLYWOOD TO SHARE A MESSAGE OF PATIENCE, HOPE AND POSITIVITY, 2022

January 20, 2022

Renowned artist Anthony Burrill has collaborated withThe BUILDHOLLYWOOD family of Jack, Jack arts and Diabolical for their latest Your Space Or Mine project, which gives emerging artists and creatives a platform on the street. The collaboration will display Burrill’s work on billboards across the UK.  Burrill is a celebrated artist, printmaker and designer, known in the design world for his persuasive use of language […]

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Street Art with More Impact, Recap of 2021

December 27, 2021

Here is our recap of the best ‘street art projects with more impact’ of 2021 month by month… JANUARY Artist Saype visits Cape Town, warmly known as the Mother City, to represent the ninth stage of his global artistic project “Beyond Walls” initiated by the artist in June 2019 in Paris. The “Beyond Walls” project […]

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Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada and his family paint a beautiful mural tribute to their son Neuquén, Barcelona 2021

December 1, 2021

The international artist Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada has painted a beautiful tribute full of love and tenderness to his late son Neuquén, who sadly passed away in 2020. The mural is titled ‘SIEMPRE’ meaning forever and was created with the help and support of his wife, their other children Milla and Alén and the photographer Ana Álvarez-Errecalde. […]

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MURALS FOR THE MOVEMENT RISES IN NEW YORK CITY, 2021

November 19, 2021

Murals for the Movement, a public art initiative showcasing and amplifying Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) artists. Visitors can now view new work by Sophia Dawson, Cey Adams and Marka27 at several locations across the DUMBO neighbourhood of Brooklyn. Murals for the Movement was started by Street Theory during the summer of 2020, […]

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Connecting Miami and Maputo through Street Art and Recreation, AptART 2021

November 15, 2021

AptART (Awareness and prevention through Art) has been busy creating playful murals connecting youth between Miami, USA and Maputo, Mozambique. In our technological and globalized world, cultures are constantly mixing, exchanging and evolving. To create even more exchange, a youth group in the Khongolote Bairro of Maputo, Mozambique, began corresponding via videos with a group […]

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