Many birds are known for their fantastic plumage, while others remain underappreciated. Los Angeles-based artist Adele Renault uses city-dwelling pigeons as the muse for kaleidoscopic murals of detailed feathers. The ongoing series, called Gutter Paradise, decorates building façades across the globe with joyous colors and shapes. Renault is originally from Ardennes, Belgium, where she grew up on a farm.
Artist David Zinn brings the sidewalk to life with his charming chalk drawings.
French street artist JR is continuing his series of monumental trompe l'oeil installations with a new piece at the French...
Back in 2014, when British street artist Irony decided to paint something celebrating the power of graffiti, they never could have imagined the impact their work would have. The anonymous artist's stunning image of a spray can shooting out flames has, in the years since it was painted, become a viral sensation multiple times over. Every few years, an image of the mural, with its expertly painted flames, makes the rounds online.
Polish artist Bartek Świątecki, aka Pener, is one of the many artists using their talents to transform the façades of...
Polish street artist NeSpoon is known for creating murals based on delicate patterns of antique lace.
Italian street artist Fabio Petani recently used his skills to transform a basketball court into a work of art. Working together with the StreetArtBall Project, Petani painted a basketball court in northern Italy as a way to return a piece of social activity to a community that has been locked inside during the pandemic. Petani also took advantage of the opportunity to send an important message about the environment.
Street art comes in many forms, but none are nearly as explosive as the work of Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils.
French street artist and photographer JR is world-famous for his illusory and often larger-than-life art.
An upcoming public art exhibition in New York City will honor the AAPI community with works from artists across the globe. The forthcoming show is entitled Asians Belong Here and is done in collaboration with the Roosi, Ki Smith Gallery, SaveArtSpace, and Keith Estiler, art editor at HYPEBEAST. Works will be shown on billboards and bus shelters, spreading a message that all collaborators are passionate about—stopping Asian hate.
Potholes and cracks in the sidewalks and pavement can be eyesores that detract from an otherwise beautiful urban street.
London-based street artist Rosie Woods creates evocative work that flows across the walls of any city she visits.