15 Street Art Spots You Need To Visit Right Now
Contemporary street art can trace its roots back to the early 20th century, when painted murals first appeared in outdoor spaces across Latin America. From there, the practice of "tagging" walls seeped into Los Angeles, penetrating the United States ...
Hamlet: A Love Story
Giant 15ft blue cockerel rules the roost in Trafalgar Square...
London's mayor Boris Johnson unveiled the ultramarine blue sculpture, named Hahn/Cock, today alongside German artist Katharina Fritsch.
Painted Shadows in an Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital
Extolling a Graffiti Holy Place
Looking at 5 Pointz Now, Extolling a Graffiti Holy Place in New York - The Huffington Post
Berlin Mural by Curiot
Street Artists POBEL in Denmark
Head in the Clouds Pavilion Raises Environmental Awareness...
Huge Mural of a Graffiting Grandma in Montreal
Invader Hits Perpignan, France - mashKULTURE
New Street Art From Athens, a Birthplace of Democracy
Tom Herck's Unseen Graffiti Project
The Drunken Poets: A Street Art Project by Andy Knowlton...
Walls have Eyes - Street art seen by Eoin
Giving A Face To Edinburgh
Joe Caslin, Street Art Portraiture, And 'Our Nation's Sons' - The Huffington Post
The Smurfs Invade Rome for Global Smurfs Day
Art Everywhere Project
Art Everywhere will cover billboards all over the UK with works by British artists this summer.
She's Crafty: Yarn Bombing Pioneer Magda Sayeg
Magda Sayeg is a pioneer of the popular crafty street art known as yarn bombing, a combination of knitting and crochet as removable urban graffiti.