Another week-end and it is time to summarise the plethora of art on the street for you. At the top of the list is the newest mural from Spanish artist Escif in Villarreal, Spain. Well-known for his clever commentaries on consumerism, politics and society, his work '' The Enlightened Vandalism'' speaks volumes. Other worthy walls come from: RAE and Abel Macias in Bushwick, NYC, Hush in LA, ROA in London, REKA in Denmark, Claudio Ethos in Sydney, Remi Rough, Jaybo Monk, Derm, LX One, Carlos Mare and Steve More collaboration in Marrakech, Pablo Delgado and Faith 47-both in London.
ROA has been working non-stop over the last two weeks and after completing huge murals in London and Chichester (covered here: http://www.hangupurban.com/blog-post/roa-back-in-london) , he is back in London again. Completing a new mural (located at the side of Victoria Pub in Dulwich) and a few additional ones for the Art House, all part of the Baroque The Streets Festival, ROA found time to bring to life the grey walls of the South Bank Centre with some signature wild life in monochrome shades. The new intricate works, especially the one located in South Bank, are a great examples of the artist success to juxtapose nature and urban environment. Check the photos below and see for yourselves.
After taking part in the Dulwich Art Festival in London, Australian artist James Reka, aka Reka One is now on the road again, off to Denmark for a new exhibition. While in Danish Aalborg, he managed to complete this new wall, named ''Silver Skies''. The mural features the artist signature bold colours, strong steady lines, and abstracted figure. All images via Reka
If you don't look down or rather close enough, you would probably miss the little wondrous world, created by Mexican artist Pablo Delgado. Miniaturized cut and pasted portraits of people and animals, always emphasised with their painted shadows, Delgado's bizarre characters look surprisingly realistic and intent in their own life. Here are his newest pieces, part of the ''Baroque the Streets'' Festival in Dulwich. We love them!
South African artist Faith47, known for her exquisite visual storytelling and fascination with the beauty of abandoned places, is on a visit in London. Despite the rain, she quickly completed a few new walls. Check out more photos of Faith47's visit below.
Our world wide selection of art on the streets returns this week headlined by a new mural by DALeast. The quickly painted amazingly intricate mural is executed in the artist' s signature 3D technique and is located in East London. More notable walls come from ARYZ and David Chloe- Los Angeles, Anthony Lister- Miami, Alexis Diaz La Pandilla -Arizona, Faith47- London, ARYZ, David Chloe and RETNA- Los Angeles, Space Invader- London and DALeast with two new murals-London.
After creating two stunning pieces this month, DALeast is still in the UK and has just completed a new mural on the streets of London.
Renowned French artist Space Invader is back in London, hitting the streets with signature Invader vynil stickers and mosaic pieces. Here is what we found so far. Amongst our favourites is a super-sized mosaic piece, featuring the characters of Star Wars, battling on a side of car park building. Check back with us again for more additional works soon.
It is nearly summer time, but it looks like artists from around the globe have been busy renewing collaborations. Here is our top weekly selection of street murals featuring works of ARYZ and David Chloe in Los Angeles, Remed and Okuda in Spain, Remi Rough and Jason McFee in London and Phlegm and RUN in Chichester, England.
After Panama City, it is London's turn to welcome globe-trotting Belgian artist ROA. Invited to participate in Street Art London's “Baroque The Streets: Dulwich Street Art Festival 2013”, ROA didn't waste any time and quickly finished one large mural featuring a series of animals in his signature monochrome style, followed by a second one in Chichester. Here are photos from his works in progress, and the finished pieces so far. More photos of new work to come...