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“Out in the Open” Aalborg Denmark 2015

June 9, 2015

There has been some spray action in the town of Aalborg in Denmark lately for the “Out in the Open” mural project initiated by Gallery Kirk. They invited high-profile street artists to do what they do best! “The purpose with the project is to create a growing number of murals in the city by high-profile national and […]

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Coney Art Walls, NYC 2015

June 6, 2015

Coney Art Walls, presented by Thor Equities, is an outdoor museum of street art featuring the work of thirty celebrated artists including legends such as Lee Quinones, Lady Pink, Crash, Daze, Futura and Kenny Scharf, leading artists of the next generation including Shepard Fairey, Maya Hayuk and How and Nosm, and exciting emerging artists like […]

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Street Art Barcelona, Spain

June 1, 2015

Since the 1992 Olympics, the Catalonia capital has transformed into one of the most rejuvenated cities of our modern world. Between 1999-2005, Barcelona was overflowing with international graffiti artists and highlighted the Spanish artists trying to become noticed. It was considered the unofficial graffiti city of the world, the Golden Age of street art. Since […]

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Mayonaize, Remix the Pitch

May 25, 2015

Whether it’s on the beach in Oz, or a friendly game in the city parks of London, football fans aren’t handcuffed to just playing on fields or pitches, they are playing the game wherever they can. Nike encourages the games ability to transcend environment and to celebrate Nike have launched Football X which is all about taking football […]

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Legend of the Dragon, Hong Kong

May 15, 2015

In Chinese lore, the dragon was a divine and mythical creature with powers to bring rain, floods, and even hurricanes to a land. Along with this ability, the Chinese dragon symbolised power, strength, excellence and good luck. Inspired by this legendary creature, Belgium born artist, Phil Akashi decided to work on a Street Art project called […]

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First Coat, Toowoomba 2015

May 15, 2015

First coat 2015 is back for a second year in the sunshine coast town of TooWoomba, Australia. First Coat 2015 officially kicks off tomorrow morning with thirty large scale murals across the city, fourteen free side events & live music at the festival HQ. Dubbed Second Coat, the three day festival starts 16th May and will continue […]

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ONO’U Tahiti Festival 2015 Part 1

May 10, 2015

May 2015 brought us Ono’u Tahiti Festival. The second edition of the international graffiti festival brought together more than forty international artists and graffiti artists, including some of the biggest names in the current urban contemporary art.  The name “ONO’U” is a neologism inspired by Tahitian two words: “ONO”(action to connect two things) and “U”(colours). The name of […]

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ALT!rove Street Art Festival, Catanzaro 2015

May 6, 2015

Now examine the notion of space through the vision of abstract art. That is what the Alt!rove Festival is all about this year. The street Art Festival, called ‘Abstractism- space>place’ runs from the 30th April to 9th May 2015. The Street artists invited to create invisible boundaries between art and architecture are 108, Alberonero, Giorgio Bartocci, Clemens […]

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Easey Livin’, Collingwood Australia 2015

May 1, 2015

Juddy Roller are at it again, this time for ‘Easey livin’ in Collingwood Fitzroy. They invited uber talented street artists Rone, Adnate, Mayo, Guido Van Helton and Askew, and transformed the Collingwood Power substation, at the corner of Easey Street and Wellington Street ,into one of the most iconic pieces of public art in the area. Collingwood Power […]

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Big City Life, Rome 2015

April 10, 2015

‘Big City Life‘ is a public art project for urban regeneration, cultural and social development curated by 999contemporary. The Big City Life project collaborated with the local community and twenty local and international street artists to beautify and culturally enrich the Tor Marancia district of Rome in forty-three days. The Tor Marancia district was originally the slums […]

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Wall to Wall Festival, Benalla 2015

April 6, 2015

The regional town of Benalla in Victoria’s North East has been brought to life by beautiful street art murals. On Friday the 27th until Sunday the 29th of March, local and international street artists transformed 13 walls in the small town of Benalla for the Wall to Wall Festival. Wall to Wall is the first annual street […]

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