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Street Artist Rone Creates TOP SECRET Exhibition

March 7, 2017 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Street art

Last week in an unidentified and soon-to-be-demolished building in Melbourne, Australia, a secret street art exhibition titled “The Alpha Project” was held by renowned street artist RONE to a lucky few. As the invitation read: “I have been working on a huge top secret project over the last few months. In fact it is still a secret […]

Banksy is Back With “The Walled Off Hotel” in Bethlehem

March 4, 2017 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Street art

Banksy is back with a brand new project on the streets of Bethlehem in Palestine. The mysterious artist has just opened a nine room hotel called “The Walled Off Hotel” located in an area very close to the controversial West Bank barrier which has been heavily decorated by artists. “The Walled Off Hotel” exhibits Banksy’s typically politically charged […]

A Very Special Christmas STREET ART Collection

December 25, 2016 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Street art

Ho, ho, ho, Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and a Happy Festivus For the Rest of Us! Whatever you celebrate at this time of the year, we hope you’re able to find some time to relax with your friends and family. To celebrate, we’ve picked some of the coolest seasonal walls and came up with a collection of street […]

Old Rare Footage of BANKSY Leaked Online – WATCH

December 10, 2016 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Painting, Street art

Extremely rare footage of Banksy has just been discovered from an old VHS from BBC’s show called “Shadow People”. In it, we follow Banksy in 1995 before he rose to fame. According to Banksy: “The fun doesn’t come out of getting caught. The fun comes out of not getting caught. There’s a lot of fun to […]

Who is BANKSY? We Try to Answer the Art World’s Biggest Mystery

October 19, 2016 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Painting, Street art

It’s been the art world’s biggest mystery for some time… who is Banksy? The identity of the mysterious British street artist has been a closely guarded secret ever since he popped up in Bristol and took over as the most recognizable political and satirical street artist around the world. Over the years several different people have attempted to “unmask” Banksy, […]

Martin Whatson Masterfully Blends Street Art and Graffiti

October 14, 2016 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Street art

  We’ve followed Norwegian artist Martin Whatson‘s for some time and it’s not hard to see why.  His works stand out from the increasingly hectic street art scene as a result of their brilliant blend of grayscale scenes with explosions of vibrantly painted graffiti. The works often focus on a singular matte subject, one that is seemingly […]

Man Tags Over Tags in a Hilarious Attempt to Make Them Legible

July 26, 2016 in Art, artist, Graffiti, Street art

Tagging is one form of art that splits most art aficionados – is it art or just someone’s poor attempt at making a visual statement. Whatever your view, it is generally always the case that tagging is illegible. In an attempt to clear up this problem, French artist Mathieu Tremblin paints over tags to make […]

India Tricks Motorists by Using 3D Road Markings to Slow Traffic

April 28, 2016 in Art, artist, Street art

Governments around the world spend millions upon millions of dollars trying to come up with the latest technology to help save lives on our roads. India, however, are proposing a far cheaper, ingenious method by using 3D paintings on their roads to give the optical illusion that there are speed humps or breakers up ahead to slow […]

The 14 Paintings That Revolutionized Art

October 14, 2015 in Art, artist, Painting

From Gustav Klimt’s gilded aesthetic to Hieronymus Bosch’s devilish landscapes, the realm of art history has seen its fair share of radical painters. Today we accept the work of these artists as part of the canon, but at the time of their debut, masterpieces like “Adele Bloch-Bauer I” and “The Garden of Earthly Delights” were […]

Grandmother Yarn Bombs Her Town in the Name of Art

September 29, 2015 in Art, artist, Fun

Now when you think of the world’s great street artists, the names Banksy, Blek le Rat and Os Gemeos probably come to mind. But what about a 104 year old grandmother? Grace Brett is that lady, and she’s probably the world’s oldest guerrilla knitter, aka ‘yarn-bomber extraordinaire’. This English lass helped Souter Stormers, a group of […]

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