The Wrinkles of the City
Street artists JR and José Parlá recently teamed up to create enormous and yet very intimate portraits of senior citizens who survived the Cuban Revolution (1953-1959). It’s a continuation of a series called The Wrinkles of the City that JR started in Cartegena, Spain and that was recreated in Shanghai and Los Angeles.
Cyrcle New Mural In Los Angeles
Risk & Shepard Fairey in Miami
Buildings with character
Russian street artist Nikita Nomerz not only creates art, but he uses it to manipulate the world around him. He’s the creative wizard behind the following graffiti artworks – rather than using unreadable fonts or lazy stencils he actually transforms every day buildings into giant and often creepy characters.
Pedro Lujan Y Su Perro
The work of Aiden Glynn
Aiden is a Character Designer, Street Artist and Animator from Toronto, Canada. When he’s not creating characters he’s covering the city in video game inspired street art.
Shaka in Melun
Ben Eine New Mural In London, UK
Ben Eine has been out and about in London over the past few days painting his classic letters in Shoreditch.The British artist delivers a signature piece which reads “Extortionists”, if you stop by East London, this one can be seen on Ebor Street, Shoreditch.
OakOak in France
Escif New Mural In Valencia, Spain
Street Art by Isaac Cordal
Ludo New Mural In Paris, France
Philippe Baudelocque in Paris
DOLK New Mural In Tokyo, Japan
In the Shibuya district, this new piece which appeared two days ago seems to be depicting the evolution process of mankind with a graffiti theme.
Dome in Instanbul