Australian artist Rone has taken his work to a new level with an immersive installation that brings his street art portraiture to the walls of an abandoned Art Deco mansion. Left vacant for 30 years, the sprawling Burnham Beeches mansion is the setting for Rone’s ambitious project called Empire.
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In November 2018, California experienced devastating fires that roared through parts of the state.
Polish street artist NeSpoon continues to push her craft to the limits. Year after year, she travels the world, leaving her lace-patterned street art in her wake. And 2018 was no exception, with NeSpoon continuing to expand her work beyond painted murals into ceramics and three-dimensional installations. A particularly meaningful highlight was her work on the facade of the Musée des Beaux-arts et de la Dentelle (Museum of Fine Art and Lace) in Alençon, France.
Indian street artist DAKU recently unveiled an immersive shadow art installation in Panjim, Goa.
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French photographer and street artist JR has taken over the Paris railways with his evocative artwork. Following in the footsteps of legendary photographers like Richard Avedon and Yann Arthus-Bertrand, JR’s work flows through 11 metro and RER stations. As part of an ongoing project by the Paris transit operation RATP, the artist’s giant poster art will pepper the network until February 2019.
Colombian artist Sepc is known for his figurative aerosol art and graffiti lettering, but it’s a new technique that is...
When artist Clinton Bopp moved to Los Angeles twenty years ago, he was immediately struck by the city’s powerful tradition...
While most art lovers visit world-renowned art galleries to see famous masterpieces, some might be lucky enough to come across iconic historical paintings on the side of public buildings. French street artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca is known for pasting neoclassical paintings onto unexpected, inner-city surfaces as part of his ongoing Outings Project.
In 2016, images of a stunning piece of street art—spread across nearly 50 buildings in Cairo—began circulating online.
Like many street artists, French artist MTO (real name Mateo) is something of a mystery.