An Escapekit is a ticket from job to job in the industry I work in. Join me on my journey to find work that I wish I put in my kit and share the work you put in yours.
The work of Pejac
Street artist Pejac makes clever use of the urban environment in his works.
OMG, Who Stole My Ads?’
In Etienne Lavie’s latest project the artist has replaced the ubiquitous ads in Paris with classical works of art.
Melbourne-based artist Rone, known for his paintings of beautiful women, recently painted an amazing giant mural on the side of a building in Berlin.
Urban art firm SpY has created a massive installation, made up of 150 fake security cameras all mounted onto the side of a building in Madrid, Spain.
Toronto local street artist Pizza and Pixels is back at it again. He recently Toon bomb in and around Liberty Village.
Pro Bono Promo
Ontario based photographer Dorota Pankowska, latest street art project has her creating iconic brand logos out of the product they sell. The pieces were done all around her home town of Brampton.
Located along the streets of Paris, street artist Charles Leval, creates cleverly placed illustrations that intereact with the surrounding environments.
Street artist Shok-1 latest work in the city of London.
Timing is everything
Street artist ABOVE has created an ingenious stencil piece that will only make sense to the viewer at night.
Chinese street artist DALeast has created a series of impressive street art murals. Using various elements like a boat, wave and eagle, the Chinese artist creates dynamic street artworks that are simply bursting with motion and energy.
Case & Wow123
Street Artists Wow123 & case teamed in the city of Magnitogorsk, Russia to create this huge beautiful mural.
C215 New Mural In Ivry, France
Known for his smaller stencils, Christian Guemy aka C215 is now mainly working on larger versions of his signature portraits.
Their Dark Sides
Stockholm based street artist Herr Nilsson has created new mixed media pieces showcasing Disney princesses dark side.
The Scribble Board
UK-based street artist Mobstr decided to give members of the public the chance to become street vandals themselves.
Encouraging Street Art