Street Art

July 5, 2024

Artist Uses Power Washer To Transform Concrete Driveways Into Brilliant Works of Art

In the right hands, anything can be an tool for art. For Sam Ward, that tool is a power washer. Not your typical art supply, it can usually be found in home improvement stores, and yet, Ward’s results belong in a museum. The Texas-based man uses his power washer to create images on concrete driveways, relying on different nozzles and levels of pressure to get the details and shading in each picture just right.

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May 29, 2024

Artist’s Ephemeral Earth Murals Turn Floating Ice and Desolate Deserts Into Masterpieces

When we last checked in on Finland-based artist David Popa, he was creating incredible murals inspired by his environment. Using only charcoal, chalk, and natural pigments, Popa uses Earth as his canvas. Whether created on ice, snow, dirt, or sand, his ephemeral art is mesmerizing. For those interested in how he produces his murals, Popa often posts videos of his creative process. In one video, we see him working on a floating piece of ice.

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April 25, 2024

World’s Largest Collection of Banksy Art on View in London

The world's largest collection of original and authenticated Banksy art is extending its stay in London. The Art of Banksy has already been viewed by 1.5 million people in 15 cities, and now locals and visitors to London will get another chance to view the elusive street artist's work. The exhibition was originally on Regent Street but has now reopened in Soho with ticket sales until January 2025.

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March 7, 2024

“Lost” Banksy Mural is Restored and Placed for Auction

A Banksy mural that a building owner painted over has been restored and is coming up for auction. Auctioneers Anderson & Garland will place Holywell Row Happy Helicopters on the auction block this month. According to the Newcastle-based auction house, the work is expected to fetch anywhere from £500,000 to £700,000 ($637,00 to $890,000).

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