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Morning is Broken by Banksy, Kent 2023

March 15, 2023

World-famous Banksy has shared images of a stencil titled “Morning is Broken” on his instagram page this morning. The artwork had been stencilled on the side of a derelict 500-year-old farmhouse near Herne Bay, Kent.  The cute piece shows the silhouette of a child drawing back the ‘corrugated iron’ curtains with their pet peering round the […]

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Street Artist My Dog Sighs and Friends paint Hilsea Lido as part of levelling up Portsmouth, 2023

March 10, 2023

Local famous street artist, My Dog Sighs and street artist Fark helped the Portsmouth council enlist more than ten other local artists through the Corner Collective to paint the 80-metre-long hoardings around the Hilsea Lido as part of the Hilsea Lines project. The paint jam took place the last weekend in February and saw artworks […]

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The Silence From The Veil, Aida Wilde, IWD 2023

March 8, 2023

“Power rarely falls within the right hands.” In the latest threat to the safety and human rights of Iranian girls and women, almost 700 girls, since November, have been poisoned by toxic gas in their classrooms in an apparent attempt to obstruct their access to education. No girls have died, but dozens have suffered respiratory […]

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Interview with Street Artist NESPOON (IWD SPECIAL), 2023

March 8, 2023

International Women’s Day is celebrated worldwide every year on the eighth of March. It celebrates womanhood and pays tribute to the indomitable spirit of women across the globe. This day is set to recognise and celebrate the achievements of women. In today’s interview, we speak to super-talented female street artist NeSpoon, whose been catching international attention […]

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‘Valentine’s Day Mascara’ Street Art by Banksy, Margate 2023

February 14, 2023

Banksy’s new stencilled artwork entitled ‘Valentine’s Day mascara’ has appeared along Grosvenor Place in Margate. The artwork shows a stereotypical 1950s-dressed housewife wearing a blue checkered dress and yellow rubber gloves. However, she also has a black eye and a missing tooth. She is closing the lid of a discarded trunk freezer, with a pair […]

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Mumbai Urban Art Festival (MUAF), 2023

February 2, 2023

St+art India Foundation and Asian Paints came together on 21st December 2022 to launch the three-month-long Mumbai Urban Art Festival (MUAF). MUAF took on a city-scale endeavour, including landmark murals, experiential exhibitions, immersive installations and public programming across key venues. Since 2014, St+art India and Asian Paints have collaborated to make art accessible to diverse […]

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Interview with Bisser embracing the unknown of ceramics, 2023

January 10, 2023

Belgian street artist Bisser is known worldwide for his imaginative and playful murals. His energetic characters come to life on the street, and his animals have a unique serene style. Recently Bisser has turned his hands to clay and is creating his characters in 3D form. With his unique style, Bisser is taking his street […]

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Street Art with More Impact, Recap of 2022

December 19, 2022

Street art can promote conversation and highlight social, political and environmental issues and has always been a powerful platform to convey messages to the masses. Check out the street art murals brought to us in 2022 via our news page that promote injustices and inspire hope for our future… JANUARY January sees Trash King Bordalo […]

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BIGGER CHANGE MURALS Amplify Awareness of Social and Environmental Issues through Street Art, Houston 2022

December 18, 2022

Houston Bigger Change Murals is an unprecedented series of ten large murals curated by Street Art for Mankind and created by prominent international and local artists to amplify awareness of social and environmental issues in Houston and beyond. This series is made possible thanks to a partnership with Downtown Houston and Total Energies and the […]

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Osona Artimur Festival, Brings Street Art to the Barcelona Countryside,2022

December 11, 2022

The first edition of the Osona Artimur Festival, curated by B-Murals, has just wrapped up a successful art festival in the beautiful countryside of Barcelona. A total of nineteen new murals and artistic interventions have found a new home on the walls of five different villages of the region- Prats de Lluçanès, Manlleu, Sant Julià […]

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‘TetraBrick’ Series by Dados Punto Cero, 2022

December 1, 2022

Spanish street artist Dados Punto Cero DA2 ‘TetraBrick Series’ murals are creating much-needed awareness and conversation on the excessive use of landfill and waste production. The murals encourage us to recycle, reduce waste, stop one-use plastics, and motivate us to rethink packaging. The ‘Tetra Brick Series looks at the recycling process and how easy or difficult it […]

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