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The Power of Books and Art: A Tribute to Diversity and Freedom in Houston’s Latest Mural, Created by DFace

April 18, 2024

British street artist D*Face‘s latest mural on “Books & Freedom” in downtown Houston is a powerful tribute to the importance of books in promoting diversity of opinions, tolerance, and freedom of speech. The mural was created for the ‘Big Art Bigger Change‘ project, curated and produced by Street Art for Mankind. It is part of […]

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Interview with Nature the Artist: Redefining Art through Natural Phenomena

April 15, 2024

Tomás João, also known as ‘Nature the Artist’, started his artistic practice in 2016, exploring various mediums such as painting, photography, video, and street installations. During this time, he created projects like ‘City Life’, ‘Hunter’, and ‘Sbeachless’, all under his pseudonym, “Forest Dump”. Since then, Tomás has evolved into ‘Nature the Artist’, and his current […]

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Purple Hibiscus: Unveiling Ibrahim Mahama’s Transformative Artwork at Barbican, London

April 14, 2024

Ibrahim Mahama’s latest masterpiece, “Purple Hibiscus,” has completely metamorphosed the Lakeside Terrace at the Barbican in London. It envelops the building’s brutalist concrete walls with approximately 2000 square meters of meticulously woven cloth. Ibrahim Mahama “Purple Hibiscus,” Barbican, London. Image Copyright Dion Barrett This extraordinary piece of art, created in collaboration with hundreds of craftspeople […]

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Exploring Self Through Masks: Katie Green’s Community-Driven Public Art Project at the Crystal Ship Festival

April 13, 2024

Katie Green is a visual artist based in Calgary, Alberta, who uses various mediums to create transformative community experiences. Her watercolour personas are emotionally visceral reflections of the human experience, while her murals are immersive scenes of fantasy that often involve communities in the mask-making process. This results in large-scale public expressions of hidden identities […]

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The Crystal Ship ‘Carnival of Life’ Festival: Oostende’s Streets Inspired by Artist James Ensor

April 11, 2024

The streets of Oostende have become an open-air museum once again as the annual arts festival, The Crystal Ship, wraps up its 9th edition (8th year) from 25 March to 6 April 2024. This year, the festival boasted a lineup of 14 international artists who transformed the city under the festival’s theme, ‘Carnival of Life’, […]

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‘Forget Me Not’ Mural by SNIK: A Reminder of Our Interconnectedness with Nature

April 3, 2024

SNIK’s latest mural, “Forget Me Not,” located in Hereford, beautifully symbolises our interconnectedness with nature and reminds us never to forget its significance. The mural’s theme emphasises the importance of nurturing and preserving nature and reminds us of the delicate balance upon which our mutual survival depends. “Forget Me Not” mural by SNIK. Photo Copyright […]

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Flashing Invader’s Latest Paris Invasion: The PA_1500 at the Centre Pompidou Building

April 2, 2024

French urban artist Invader has been using Paris as his playground since 1998. He considers the city an open-air gallery where he can experiment with his art. Over 25 years, Invader has installed 1500 pieces in the streets of Paris, starting with the first invasion, PA_01, in 1998 to the most recent one, PA_1500, in […]

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Welcome on Board the Invader Space Station: A Journey Through Space Invasions

April 2, 2024

Earth To Space Station, Do You Copy? Roger That, Earth! Welcome on Board Our recent visit to Paris was nothing short of extraordinary as we set out to explore the highly anticipated Invader Space Station. The celebrated French artist Invader and his works never disappoint, and this time was no exception. The Invader Space Station, […]

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Transforming Childhood Treasures into Art: The Kinder Toys Collection at the Invader Space Station Exhibition in Paris

April 1, 2024

The Invader Space Station exhibition by French artist Invader in Paris is a must-see for any art lover, especially those interested in street art, games and Kinder Eggs? One of the most surprising features of the exhibition can be found on the seventh level, where visitors are greeted with ‘TOYS’. Invader Space Station. The Kinder […]

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The ‘La Bodega’ Mural: A Beautiful Tribute to Family and Tradition by Christian Sasa, Aranda de Duero Spain

March 30, 2024

The ‘La Bodega / The Winery’ mural, painted by Burgos artist Christian Sasa, is located on Hernán Cortés Street in the Santa Catalina neighbourhood of Aranda de Duero and is a beautiful piece of art that reminds us of the precious moments spent with our loved ones. As the artist Christian Sasa explains, “Good customs […]

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The Eternal Love of Pico and Pomona: Vesod’s Mural Masterpiece in Ascoli Piceno, Italy

March 27, 2024

Italian artist Vesod Brero (1981) is celebrated for his surrealist creations featuring mathematical elements and striking visuals. Through his art, Vesod aims to challenge the notion of the eternal present by bringing to life the three dimensions of space and time. His works are inspired by the concept of “God’s point of view” and portray […]

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