An Inside Look – The Work of Austrian Street Artist Nychos.
Nychos, who signs much of his street art as Nychos The Weird, is an Austrian artist known for his anatomically-exploded renderings of animals, people and pop culture characters.
Bushwick // Rooftop Mural
I was lucky enough to get a chance to create a little mural at a rooftop in Bushwick / Brooklyn / NYC. Because I didn't have a lot of time at the spot, I decided to recreate one of my older pieces by using a stencil. That stencil was about 160 to 230 cm, …
Stylo Urbano - Design, Estilo, Moda, Inovação e Tecnologia
Blog Stylo Urbano focado em arte, design, arquitetura, decoração, estilo, inovação, moda, tecnologia, viagem e curiosidades. ACESSE AGORA!
"Black machine" - Mural painting and installation realized on the Colosseo theater in Turin (I), 2015. Project in collaboration with Teatro Colosseo and Square23 Gallery.45°03'08.1"N 7°40'47.4"E
Jana Und Js New Piece - Germany | StreetArtNews
Jana Und Js just sent us a series of new images of this super romantic and unique take on Urban Art, located somewhere in the German countryside.In a time where a majority of street artists tend to go massive on the side of buildings, Jana Und Js makes an equal impact with this smaller piece.Continue
Microsoft // Mural // Wolf
Last year I had the chance to become part of a worldwide campaign for Microsoft. Local artists from 17 cities in 12 countries created Murals using the new SurfacePro4 for their designs. I was lucky enough to paint a wall in Munich. All in all it …
Sego New Mural For Board Dripper In Queretaro, Mexico | StreetArtNews
While we last heard from him in Sweden (Covered), Sego is now back in South America where he just attended the Board Dripper Street Art Festival in Mexico.In his typical style with red, pink and purple hues, the talented Mexican artist painted yet another beautiful addition to the streets of Queretaro.Make sure to take a
David Shillinglaw New Mural In London, UK | StreetArtNews
David Shillinglaw spent his week-end working on this new piece in Dulwich, South London, UK.Invited by the Baroque The Streets Festival, the British artist painted his interpretation of Anthony van Dyck’s Samson and Delilah.Take a closer look after the jump, then check back with us soon for more updates from London. Pics by Arlen Figgis Related PostsKlone x