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INTI’s latest mural for Out in the Open, Aalborg 2020

August 27, 2020

For the last week Chilean street artist INTI has been working intensely on a new mural in Aalborg, Denmark as part of the sixth edition of the mural project ‘Out in the Open’ curated by kirk gallery. “Maintaining a close and caring relationship to nature like a mother holding it in her arms.” The mural ‘TAIÑ […]

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INTI, Street Art "Quatlicue and the Jaguar" Mural, Mexico 2018. Photo Credit INTI

INTI Paints Four New Street Art Murals Across Latin America, 2019

February 12, 2019

After some time painting walls outside South America, and in search of a return to his roots in America, Chilean artist INTI has created a series of four murals in four countries throughout Latin America. INTI described his trip as looking to portray and learn from the small-profound details of cultural diversity. INTI’s murals confronts issues […]

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Seth Globetrotter, Back to School China. Photo Credit Colorway of Love/ Nippon Paint

Back to School Street Art Project, China 2016

November 10, 2016

Eight years ago, paint company Nippon Paint set up a charity platform called ‘ColorWay of Love‘, with the aim to renovate schools in poor regions of Asia, providing children with better conditions to study and therefore encouraging a happier learning environment. Last year, Nippon invited French street artist Seth Globepainter to lead a school project in […]

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Os Gemeos & Aryz, Urban Forms street art gallery, Lodz, Poland.

Urban Forms, Permanent Street Art Gallery, Lodz, Poland

August 6, 2016

Urban Forms Foundation was created in 2009 to bring culture to the city of Lodz, Poland. Urban forms organise, promote and support independent artistic initiatives in public spaces. With the aim to change the dull city landscape of Lodz by raising its quality and aesthetics. The fundamental mission is to saturate the cityscape with creative, […]

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Rustam Qbic, Kiev Ukraine Photo © ArtUnitedUs

ArtUnitedUs using Street Art to Promote Peace across the World

March 25, 2016

ArtUnitedUs is a world-wide initiative to promote peace, an international project that collaborates through artistic and creative mediums with communities to raise public awareness and attention to the problem of war, aggression and violence. 200 walls will be painted during the next 2 years, starting from Ukraine and without boundaries around the world. Propaganda of aggression, […]

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No Limits Borås, Sweden 2015

August 15, 2015

On the 3rd until the 6th of September 2015, the Swedish town Borås will once again open it’s walls to public art for the ‘No Limits Street Art Festival’ curated by fellow street artist Shai Dahan. This will be the second year that Shai has invited artists to paint the town of Borås. The No […]

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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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St+Art Festival Delhi 2015

February 21, 2015

St+Art India have returned to New Delhi with its third edition of the urban international street art festival following on from the success of last year. During the next two months, Delhi is once again being transformed into a hub of some of the best street artists from India and across the world, working on and […]

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Faith47 (SA), Djerba 2014

Djerbahood Project, Djerba Tunisia

September 2, 2014

This week we take a look at the Djerbahood Project, which took place during the months of July and August on a small island called Djerba and is located in the Gulf of Gabes. Better known as the island of dreams, the tiny village of Djerba boasts a traditional and authentic Tunisian setting which acted as a blank […]

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Street art heaven in Valparaiso, Chile

August 27, 2014

The seaside city of Valparaiso, about two hours northwest of Santiago, immediately welcomes you with colour, vibrant scenes and explosions of creativity. Recommended by a friend, who had regrettably skipped this underrated tourist-friendly city, Valparaiso ended up becoming one of my favourite cities in South America and was nothing short of street art heaven. Chilean […]

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