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Most painters tend to stick to their canvas. But Mexican born, California-based artist, Jet Martinez, isn't most painters. The full-time muralist and painter, covers huge surfaces with bright botanical scenes, that are inspired by Mexican folk. "I honestly can’t remember a time when I didn’t draw or paint," admitted the artist in an interview...
New York-based studio THEVERYMANY has once again delivered a one of a kind sculptural creation. This time, it was installed in a country building at Charlotte, North Carolina. The large-scale installation, called the Pillars of Dreams, is composed of eight columns that merge at the top in a cloud-like formations with 54,000 rivets to...
Although Florence is known for its impressive renaissance art and architecture, this Italian city is lately also being appreciated for its street art culture. One of the people responsible for this is French artist Clet Abraham. Abraham moved to Florence in 2005 and made this city his primary residence and place where...
Morag Myerscough's colorful and bold designs are impossible to ignore. Born and raised in London, she loves exploring the many ways that color, pattern, and words can change urban environments. Myerscough's graphic designs transform public spaces, from trains to hospital wards, adding a colorful twist to the otherwise gray settings. With her mantra...
Akse is a French graffiti artist of Vietnamese origins who started painting, particularly spraypainting walls, in 1992. His work is incredibly photorealistic and murals of popular characters and icons are scattered throughout Manchester, UK, where he is based. Recently, the street artist paid tribute to HBO blockbuster series Game...
Hanksy has been a popular name in the New York City urban culture since 2011, when the incognito street artist superimposed Tom Hank’s face on wheatpaste in NYC’s NoLlta neighborhood. The artist’s name and street art are both inspired by Banksy, as he has been producing similarly humorous, playful and punny work to subvert pop culture and politics, troll personality-cults, and express...
Specializing in anamorphic graffiti, Portuguese artist Odeith developed an early interest in perspective and shadow, in an obscure style that he called "3D Sombrio". Famous in the field of street art since 2005 thanks to his works in "anamorphic art", Odeith continues to play with perspective, angles of walls, rounded shapes or ceilings. His...
When you walk through big cities you can sometimes get a feeling that its streets are lifeless and plain. This is why Barcelona-based street artist Francois Xavier Dongu, known better as EFIX, decided to do something about it and bring the streets to life with his cartoonish interventions. Although the fact that EFIX draws cartoon characters on walls...
“Osgemeos,” a Portuguese word meaning “the twins”, is the name of a prolific street art duo that has been beautifying our urban landscape since the late ‘80s, when identical twins Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo began developing their unique style that defies categorization to this very day. The Brazilian pair have used the streets of many cities in...
Istanbul is well-know for its eclectic art and architecture – from Byzantine infrastructure, to Ottoman remains, the city comprises a cultural mosaic for curious residents and tourists. Yet, history is not the only mark of Istanbul – young artists have been shaping the face of the city with their own contributions in color and style. Huge murals, for instance, decorate various parts...

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