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hiplillady:  Sandra Chevrier, studio momentsarrestedmotion.comhiplillady:  Sandra Chevrier, studio momentsarrestedmotion.comhiplillady:  Sandra Chevrier, studio momentsarrestedmotion.comhiplillady:  Sandra Chevrier, studio momentsarrestedmotion.comhiplillady:  Sandra Chevrier, studio momentsarrestedmotion.comimpermanent-art:  Ernest Zacharevic in Singapore.impermanent-art:  Ernest Zacharevic in Singapore.widewalls-artmagazine:   Astonishingly beautiful wall by Claire Foxton for WonderwWalls festival in Wollongong, Port Adelaide, Australiap-von-b:Agnieszka Sosnowska, Playingthcrstlshp:  @case_maclaim just finished this great mural for the Dubai Street Museum #streetart #mural #hands #fishnet #art #casemaclaim #dubaistreetmuseum https://www.instagram.com/p/BN2G6rxAenI/artpornmagazine:   Josh Keyes   ArtPorn Magazine is on Facebookstreetartglobal:  Face Against Glass by @woskerski in London.[http://globalstreetart.com/woskerski]#GlobalStreetArt #Woskerski https://www.instagram.com/p/BN2dNOLAXqM/coloursxart:  By Shesko - Located in Brasilnoisemx:  Jiant - Neon Caterpillar mural (La Teja, Montevideo, Uruguay 12/16).paintedtrains:#belgiumgraffiti #paintedtrains #traingraffiti #graffititrain #benching #bombing #panel #trainbombing #trainart #railwriters #belgianbloggerspraydaily:  >> www.spraydaily.comstreetheart-serendipity:  🔹I am waiting for you🔹Work by @seth_globepainter #streetart #streetartparis #paris #streetart #graffiti #urbanart #wallpainting #streetartist #graf #rsa_graffiti #dsb_graff #tv_streetart #streetartistry #instapic #instalike #dontsnapshoot #FR #graffitiporn #graffitiart #muralart #mural #urbanwalls #instagraffiti #instagraff #tv_strideby #josetorowalkers #imjustpassing #seth (à La Butte aux Cailles)thcrstlshp:  ‘Vivid Dream’ by @never2501 in Miami for @therawproject_ #streetart #vividdream #abstract #art #mural #never2501 #therawproject #miami https://www.instagram.com/p/BNr1c2eDfo_/noisemx:  GLeo - Yumma (Linares, Spain 10/16).harveynicholsbritalia:  The ultimate edit of stylish gifts for him and herharveynicholsbritalia:  The ultimate edit of stylish gifts for him and hervandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!sluggoonthestreet:  Three weeks into his managerial position, Leonard was annoyed to find the rocks still refuse to organize themselves by size, color or shape.crossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viacrossconnectmag:Street Artist: Lonac  Lonac is a muralist, painter, and illustrator from Zagreb, Croatia.  In Croatian, “lonac” means cooking pot. That nickname was given to the artist when he was just a boy, and back then, he hated it. When he started doing graffiti, Lonac had to come up with some tag name for himself. At the time, all the graffiti writers had some cool gangsta nicknames/tags, but every name the young creative came up with sounded fake and pretentious, so he took the one he disliked the most. “Thinking about the beginnings really amuses me. It doesn’t take too long to remember the feeling of child-like excitement and freedom I get while painting outside. It’s easy to do it when you’re a kid, but as people grow older they stop doing some of the things that made them happy.” Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.Stay current with Cross Connect Magazine on Twitter and Facebook.posted by Margaret viazeds:“Golden Eagle” by Dziazeds:“Golden Eagle” by Dziazeds:“Golden Eagle” by Dziazeds:“Golden Eagle” by Dziapaxmachina:Akse P19 - ‘Bowie’ (NYC)colorel11:  fromaccionintransigente:  Rolando por la Juárez Londresaccionintransigente:  Rolando por la Juárez Londresveryprivateart:  artruby:Vasya Kolotusha.veryprivateart:Street art by Laura Zombiebeautifulbizarremagazine:I just LOVE this piece by painter/mixed media artist, the VERY talented Byung-kwan Kimartpornmagazine:   Michaël Žhavørønkøv   ArtPorn Magazine is on Facebookhandstyler:  stylish Gueto (@gueto1) with the soft flares! #gueto #handstyle #graffitibfstreetwalls:  Mural by C215 in Paris 13th district. Fresque de C215 dans le 13ème arrondissement de Paris.hiplillady:  Audrey Kawasaki, Miami Art Baselfacebook.com / Audrey Kawasakihiplillady:  Tim Biskuptimbiskup.comcontemporary-art-blog:  Kawshiplillady:  Miami Art Basel 2016 going on now!arrestedmotion.comhiplillady:  Miami Art Basel 2016 going on now!arrestedmotion.comhiplillady:  Miami Art Basel 2016 going on now!arrestedmotion.comhiplillady:  Miami Art Basel 2016 going on now!arrestedmotion.com3prinz:♣️spraydaily:  HELLO MY NAME IS: GOSPEMini interview and 30 more photos here:www.spraydaily.com/hmni-gospekoow:  @koow3prinz:handstyler badass bustervicecanada:The Wackiest Shit We Found at DesignerCon | VICE Canada | The Creators Projectvicecanada:The Wackiest Shit We Found at DesignerCon | VICE Canada | The Creators Projectvicecanada:The Wackiest Shit We Found at DesignerCon | VICE Canada | The Creators Projectvicecanada:The Wackiest Shit We Found at DesignerCon | VICE Canada | The Creators Projectvicecanada:The Wackiest Shit We Found at DesignerCon | VICE Canada | The Creators Projectvicecanada:The Wackiest Shit We Found at DesignerCon | VICE Canada | The Creators Projectparonos:paronosenvymythugging:💎💦grafftheftauto:Cleansupersonicart:Scott Sheidly for Spoke Art at SCOPE Miami Beach.Brand new paintings from artist Scott Sheidly’s “Pink Portraits” series of work for Spoke Art Gallery’s group exhibition at SCOPE Miami Beach 2016 which takes place between November 30th and December 4th, 2016.To learn more about the group exhibition head over to Spoke Art’s website for more information!supersonicart:Scott Sheidly for Spoke Art at SCOPE Miami Beach.Brand new paintings from artist Scott Sheidly’s “Pink Portraits” series of work for Spoke Art Gallery’s group exhibition at SCOPE Miami Beach 2016 which takes place between November 30th and December 4th, 2016.To learn more about the group exhibition head over to Spoke Art’s website for more information!supersonicart:Scott Sheidly for Spoke Art at SCOPE Miami Beach.Brand new paintings from artist Scott Sheidly’s “Pink Portraits” series of work for Spoke Art Gallery’s group exhibition at SCOPE Miami Beach 2016 which takes place between November 30th and December 4th, 2016.To learn more about the group exhibition head over to Spoke Art’s website for more information!supersonicart:Scott Sheidly for Spoke Art at SCOPE Miami Beach.Brand new paintings from artist Scott Sheidly’s “Pink Portraits” series of work for Spoke Art Gallery’s group exhibition at SCOPE Miami Beach 2016 which takes place between November 30th and December 4th, 2016.To learn more about the group exhibition head over to Spoke Art’s website for more information!spraydaily:HELLO MY NAME IS: MERMini interview and 24 more great photos over here:https://www.spraydaily.com/hmni-mernoisemx:  GLeo - One Heart (Popayan, Colombia 11/16).thcrstlshp:  Our very talented friend @faith47 is working on a new mural in Miami ☀️ #streetart #mural #lion #faith47 #wynwoodwalls #miami https://www.instagram.com/p/BNZsxa2g6RW/madstylers:  TRUE!@ches_ches _______________________#madstylers #graffiti #graff #style #colorful #stylewriting #summer #sprayart #graffitiart http://ift.tt/2g2JjAEnevver:West Palm Beachnevver:West Palm Beachnevver:West Palm Beachbombingscience:  30% OFF on tees, hats and more until the end of the day. 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Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Paul Ryan, An Homage to a Street Art Photographer Most people tend to share street art photos when they come across them on the Internet. Social media has become the art’s grey eminence: what has been shared is becoming popular, and what can be popular has already been shared. Especially in the case of urban art, where artists primarily need these frontline hunters just like Paul Ryan in order to have a chance to be seen and to be known on the social media. His photos are on his instagram Artist. Ant Carver - Place. Bricklane  Artist. Tom Blackford - Place. Croydon  Artist. Sokar Uno - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Adnate - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Sr.X - Place. Croydon  Artist. Irony - Place. Bethnal Green  Artist. Nick Flatt & Seeds One - Place. Seven Sisters  Artist. Tristan Eaton - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Donklondon - Place. Shoreditch  Artist. Soureye - Place. Shoreditch  Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:The Artist and Muralist: Onur Dinc Based in Solothurn, Switzerland though with Turkish roots, the Onur is part of the photorealist scene. He mostly paints using acrylic rollers and with the help of brushes. An experimental use of UV-light sensitive paints or solvents has produced astonishing effects in his large-scale works. Onur grew up in Zuchwil in Switzerland’s Solothurn canton. After leaving school, he completed training as a painter, followed by an apprenticeship as a theater painter in Solothurn. Onur then trained as a graphic artist at the advertising agency in Basel, going on to work in the profession for a year in Bern. In 2007 and 2008, he returned to the theater, this time in Lucerne. Since 2008 he has worked as an independent painter and muralist. Follow him on Instagram and Facebook.  View similar posts | selected by Margaretcrossconnectmag:Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro  “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of rubbish and creates art with it, making funny and striking art installations with boxes, garbage bags, broken furniture, old mattresses. He gives life to them with paint, sticks them with tape.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro  “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of rubbish and creates art with it, making funny and striking art installations with boxes, garbage bags, broken furniture, old mattresses. He gives life to them with paint, sticks them with tape.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro  “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of rubbish and creates art with it, making funny and striking art installations with boxes, garbage bags, broken furniture, old mattresses. He gives life to them with paint, sticks them with tape.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro  “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of rubbish and creates art with it, making funny and striking art installations with boxes, garbage bags, broken furniture, old mattresses. He gives life to them with paint, sticks them with tape.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro  “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of rubbish and creates art with it, making funny and striking art installations with boxes, garbage bags, broken furniture, old mattresses. He gives life to them with paint, sticks them with tape.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro  “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of rubbish and creates art with it, making funny and striking art installations with boxes, garbage bags, broken furniture, old mattresses. He gives life to them with paint, sticks them with tape.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro  “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of rubbish and creates art with it, making funny and striking art installations with boxes, garbage bags, broken furniture, old mattresses. He gives life to them with paint, sticks them with tape.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Art is Trash by Francisco de Pajaro  “Art is Trash” (El Arte Es Basura) is the street name of Barcelona-based artist Francisco de Pájaro. He takes action when he sees a pile of rubbish and creates art with it, making funny and striking art installations with boxes, garbage bags, broken furniture, old mattresses. He gives life to them with paint, sticks them with tape.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artgreekgoddessbby:  https://www.instagram.com/petevoelker/thedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingthedesigndome:  Beautiful Street Lace Murals by NeSpoonKeep readingsanpiano:   monsieur quicoloursxart:  By Fintan magee - Located in Amman, Jordanitsaconquestofimagination:  Street art is always the bestart-of-all-types:  Art via http://ift.tt/2foL0JYturecepcja:Street Artist: faunagraphic As an award winning and “female” [uncommon] British graffiti artist, Faunagraphic refreshes the genre with an organic style which resonates with a subtle elegant femininity. Her chosen canvases tend to be buildings, neglected environments, and found objects – such as wood. Through combining fine art and graffiti; as well as fantasy and surrealism, Faunagraphic’s unique style lends beauty, mysticism, and an element of hope to the urban areas in which she works. On Facebook and Twitter.turecepcja:Street Artist: faunagraphic As an award winning and “female” [uncommon] British graffiti artist, Faunagraphic refreshes the genre with an organic style which resonates with a subtle elegant femininity. Her chosen canvases tend to be buildings, neglected environments, and found objects – such as wood. Through combining fine art and graffiti; as well as fantasy and surrealism, Faunagraphic’s unique style lends beauty, mysticism, and an element of hope to the urban areas in which she works. On Facebook and Twitter.turecepcja:Street Artist: faunagraphic As an award winning and “female” [uncommon] British graffiti artist, Faunagraphic refreshes the genre with an organic style which resonates with a subtle elegant femininity. Her chosen canvases tend to be buildings, neglected environments, and found objects – such as wood. Through combining fine art and graffiti; as well as fantasy and surrealism, Faunagraphic’s unique style lends beauty, mysticism, and an element of hope to the urban areas in which she works. On Facebook and Twitter.turecepcja:Street Artist: faunagraphic As an award winning and “female” [uncommon] British graffiti artist, Faunagraphic refreshes the genre with an organic style which resonates with a subtle elegant femininity. Her chosen canvases tend to be buildings, neglected environments, and found objects – such as wood. Through combining fine art and graffiti; as well as fantasy and surrealism, Faunagraphic’s unique style lends beauty, mysticism, and an element of hope to the urban areas in which she works. On Facebook and Twitter.turecepcja:Street Artist: faunagraphic As an award winning and “female” [uncommon] British graffiti artist, Faunagraphic refreshes the genre with an organic style which resonates with a subtle elegant femininity. Her chosen canvases tend to be buildings, neglected environments, and found objects – such as wood. Through combining fine art and graffiti; as well as fantasy and surrealism, Faunagraphic’s unique style lends beauty, mysticism, and an element of hope to the urban areas in which she works. On Facebook and Twitter.turecepcja:Street Artist: faunagraphic As an award winning and “female” [uncommon] British graffiti artist, Faunagraphic refreshes the genre with an organic style which resonates with a subtle elegant femininity. Her chosen canvases tend to be buildings, neglected environments, and found objects – such as wood. Through combining fine art and graffiti; as well as fantasy and surrealism, Faunagraphic’s unique style lends beauty, mysticism, and an element of hope to the urban areas in which she works. On Facebook and Twitter.turecepcja:Street Artist: faunagraphic As an award winning and “female” [uncommon] British graffiti artist, Faunagraphic refreshes the genre with an organic style which resonates with a subtle elegant femininity. Her chosen canvases tend to be buildings, neglected environments, and found objects – such as wood. Through combining fine art and graffiti; as well as fantasy and surrealism, Faunagraphic’s unique style lends beauty, mysticism, and an element of hope to the urban areas in which she works. On Facebook and Twitter.turecepcja:Street Artist: faunagraphic As an award winning and “female” [uncommon] British graffiti artist, Faunagraphic refreshes the genre with an organic style which resonates with a subtle elegant femininity. Her chosen canvases tend to be buildings, neglected environments, and found objects – such as wood. Through combining fine art and graffiti; as well as fantasy and surrealism, Faunagraphic’s unique style lends beauty, mysticism, and an element of hope to the urban areas in which she works. On Facebook and Twitter.crossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artcrossconnectmag:Street art by Rocket01  Born in Sheffield, UK, Rocket01′s art mixes nature, society and science fiction. As many artists, he started with lettering and slowly switched to a figurative photorealism. He now often creates portraits inscribed in surreal scenarios and painted with pastel colours. The result is strangely expressing both comfort and disturbance. Previous article featuring other murals.Check our Twitter and Facebook for more original ArtSelected by Very Private Artbarbarapicci:  (via Streetart News [wall 705] - Jade Rivera, Frederico Draw, William Mophos)  Click for the gallery:https://barbarapicci.com/2016/11/19/streetart-news-705/streetartglobal:  Amazing piece by @woskerski#globalstreetart #wallart http://globalstreetart.com/woskerski https://www.instagram.com/p/BM_hRPXATqO/thcrstlshp:  Beautiful flowers by @cyrcle to get you through this cold weather 🌸 #streetart #cyrcle #flowers #mural #art #visitoostende #belgium https://www.instagram.com/p/BM_-_WFAADt/hiplillady:Adnate, hot off the presses …spraydaily:  >> www.spraydaily.comwidewalls-artmagazine:   “3rd eye dog” by Okuda for The Wallriors in Kaohsiung, Taiwan More about Okuda and his work : http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/okuda/sexwithluv:  @sexwithluv6ex-god:  papicoloursxart:  By Sabotaje al montaje - Located in La Palma, Spainratsthugs:  A TASTE OF ROTTERDAM – EPISODE 06 http://ift.tt/2eYlvjkgraffitiberlinblog:BRONE ICE.Bartpornmagazine:  Unknown Know the artist? Feel free to comment and share with the world!ArtPorn Magazine is on Facebooknoisemx:  Mr. Dheo - New wall at Lionesa (11/16).pixiesnows:  Hannah Snowdon x Giuseppe Dante Sapienza [x]vandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!vandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!vandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!littlelimpstiff14u2:Supermoon and Space Station      Image Credit & Copyright:  Kris SmithExplanation:  What are those specks in front of the Moon? They are silhouettes of the International Space Station (ISS). Using careful planning and split-second timing, a meticulous lunar photographer captured ten images of the ISS passing in front of last month’s full moon. But this wasn’t just any full moon – this was the first of the three consecutive 2016 supermoons. A supermoon is a full moon that appears a few percent larger and brighter than most other full moons. The featured image sequence was captured near Dallas, Texas. Occurring today is the second supermoon of this series, a full moon that is the biggest and brightest not only of the year, but of any year since 1948. To see today’s super-supermoon yourself, just go outside at night and look up. The third supermoon of this year’s series will occur in mid-December.streetart-kiez:  St8mentSeptembre 2016. Mitte, Haus Schwarzenberghttps://st8mentart.wordpress.com/barbarapicci:  (via Streetart News [wall 697] - D*Face, Akse P19, Insane51)  Click for the gallery:https://barbarapicci.com/2016/11/11/streetart-news-697/streetartglobal:  “I didnt” by @murdoc___ in Australia #globalstreetart #paintedwalls #streetart #paintedcities http://globalstreetart.com/images/2gaeuu2 https://www.instagram.com/p/BMqmDXjAwKn/vandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!fiftyshadesofspray:  @dais_dk killing it with red 🚨🚨 issue#8 now open for submissions. For full info and past issues head to the site! Link in bio#fsos #fiftyshadesofspray #graff #graffiti #zine #zines #red #street #art #urban #type #design #typograff #typography #instagraffiti #graffitiart #graffitiigers #style #streetarteverywhere #graffitiporn #wallporn3prinz:  handstyler badass busterallchrome:  ALL CHROMEinkdollmafia:  Inked Red haired Madam @sosssi #inkedgirls #tattooedgirls #inkedbabes #inked #inkeddoll #tattooed #inkdollmafia #inkedup #redhairedgirl #fleshtunnel #redlipsjmsneakers:  💦Japan NMDs💦follow us on INSTAGRAMjmsneakers:  follow us on INSTAGRAMimpermanent-art:  @htzk mural for last month’s @powwowjapan on Rokkō Island, Kobe. _________________________________#htzk #hitotzuki #powwowjapan #powwowworldwide #powwow #mural #art #urbanart #publicart #streetart #streetartjapan #japanstreetart #rokkoisland #kobe #japan #impermanentart #ontour (at River Mall)ekptwtos-aggelos:  “Σήμερα είναι τα χέρια μνήμη. Η ψυχή δεν θυμάται, πονάειαπ’ την τόση ανάμνηση. Αλλά στα χέριαμένει η ενθύμηση εκείνου που κράτησαν..”Exarcheia, Greece.thetenssf:  Not our president.artpornmagazine:   Adam Pizurny   ArtPorn Magazine is on FacebookON HIS OWN he just convinced near half of the US to make him President. Hillary had President Obama, Michelle Obama, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi, Madonna, Robert De Niro & MANY others, in fact, the whole of Hollywood & the world media tried to bring him down & FAILED, he won ON HIS OWN with his OWN MONEY. So YEP we are going to paint this graffiti wall for the MIGHTY Donald BADA$$ TRUMP.  http://graffitikings.co.uk/donald-trump-graffiti-goes-viral/vandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!thievinggenius:  Tattoo done by Anrijs Straume.vandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!vandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!vandalradioe:   Follow on Facebook!barbarapicci:  (via Streetart News [wall 695] - Ludo, Frederico Draw e Contra, Ciredz)  Click for the gallery:https://barbarapicci.com/2016/11/09/streetart-news-695/streetartglobal:  @celopax mural in #Brazil - awesome colours! (http://globalstreetart.com/marcelo-pax) #globalstreetart #paintedcities #urbanwalls https://www.instagram.com/p/BMlalvyAjqk/impermanent-art:  Thanks Cheech and Chong for reposting my photo of this Jeremy Charles Burns mural in Denver.widewalls-artmagazine:  Pablo Picasso - “Art shakes from the soul the dust accumulated in the life of every day” (via GIPHY) http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/pablo-picasso/
Speed & Exposure – The Paste Up Street Artists.

Speed & Exposure – The Paste Up Street Artists.

  The Smaller Stars of Street Art. Like many before me & countless more to come, my love affair with the Street Art of London’s East End began staring in awe at it’s large scale murals. That jaw dropping moment you walk round a corner…

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Street Art Magic – The 20 Best Street Art Paintings EVER.

Street Art Magic – The 20 Best Street Art Paintings EVER.

Street Art is more popular than ever & artists are becoming much more creative. Instead of pointless vandalizing these impressive works really captivate you & becoming the new trend. These 20 Street Art pieces are really exceptional because they establish a connection with their environment….

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When Street Art & Classical Art Collide!

When Street Art & Classical Art Collide!

Classical Art & Street Art: A Beautiful Combination Street art has always been a very wide umbrella term for art that is presented or created in the urban environment (or ‘the streets’). Although many people argue over what truly defines ‘street art’ and what types or…

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World’s Best Famous Graffiti Artist & Street Artist

World’s Best Famous Graffiti Artist & Street Artist

  Words often used; legendary, world renown, infamous, notorious are said to describe the world’s best & famous Graffiti & Street Artist SER aka Darren Cullen. Hailing from South London SER began his graffiti career way back in 1983 at the very birth of British…

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Donald Trump Graffiti Goes Viral

Donald Trump Graffiti Goes Viral

    ON HIS OWN HE WON, ok ok he had Chachi from Happy Days but Hillary had President Obama, Michelle Obama, Jay-Z, Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, Bon Jovi, Madonna, Robert De Niro & MANY others, in fact, the whole of Hollywood & the…

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10 More Artists Doing Something UNIQUE!

10 More Artists Doing Something UNIQUE!

My last post, 10 Amazingly Unique Street Artists, was full of incredible artists – some famous, some not so much. Regardless of how well known they are, the one thing that linked them all is that they are all doing something that I consider to be…

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Street Art: 5 Artists That Make The Mundane AMAZING

Street Art: 5 Artists That Make The Mundane AMAZING

There are a lot of very clever artists who are always on the lookout for that perfect opportunity to create and display a piece of work… whether it be a crack in the road or a tree situated in just the right place to become…

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The Worlds Greatest Street Artists Take Over London

The Worlds Greatest Street Artists Take Over London

Rare Short Film Of Banksy & Friends Setting Up The Cans Festival In London The Cans Festival (2008) In London, over the weekend 3–5 May 2008, Banksy hosted an exhibition called The Cans Festival. It was situated on Leake Street, a road tunnel formerly used…

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A dating app where only the wealthy hook up? We cant figure out if this is messed up or just makes sense?

A dating app where only the wealthy hook up? We cant figure out if this is messed up or just makes sense?

So you may have heard about The Inner Circle by now. It’s the selective dating app which ‘screens’ every user upon registration to make sure they fit their ‘criteria.’ A criteria that is meant to consist of like-minded, ambitious, young professionals. Rightly or wrongly many…

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Abstract-Style Street Art: 7 Amazing Artists

Abstract-Style Street Art: 7 Amazing Artists

Abstract Art: What Is It? Most people (art lovers or not) will know of at least one famous classical abstract artist, even if they’re not entirely familiar with what abstract art actually is. If you’ve heard of Pollock, Kandinsky, Matisse, Mondrian, Klee or Rothko, then you’ll…

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8 Epic Locations For Street Art & Graffiti

8 Epic Locations For Street Art & Graffiti

Urban art can be found in pretty much every major city in the world. Most cities have multiple locations where you can go see street art, and graffiti art saturates nearly every city (if you know where to look for the really good stuff 😉 ) 8…

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Custom Kicks Trainers Sneakers

Custom Kicks Trainers Sneakers

  Welcome to Graffiti Kings London – The UKs first professional Graffiti Art company run by world leading graffiti artist Darren Cullen, official graffiti artist for London Olylimpcs 2012 & endorsed by the British Government. Intro over & now on to our custom sneaker service. Custom…

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10 Street Artists You Should Know About

10 Street Artists You Should Know About

I’ve always loved smaller, lesser-known artists in the street and urban art world. I mean, there’s thousands of artists who are really famous for what they do, whether it be amazing murals, crazy installations or playful stencil work – big names we all know and…

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Street Art: 9 Female Artists Who Are KILLIN’ It

Street Art: 9 Female Artists Who Are KILLIN’ It

First off, let me start by saying that the street art scene is full of talented individuals, all of whose skill and creativity are not affected whatsoever by their sex or gender. However, many people would agree that female street artists are under-represented, what with there…

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Tagging: 10 Pics That Prove It Can Be Art

Tagging: 10 Pics That Prove It Can Be Art

Tagging is everywhere. There is not one city, town, village, underpass or toilet that doesn’t have at least one of these ‘urban autographs’ .

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10 Reasons To Love Street Art

10 Reasons To Love Street Art

Street art is interesting, creative and unrestricted. It’s an incredibly diverse and varied art movement, one that is growing in popularity as work being exhibited in the streets continues to develop in terms of size, style, and sheer skill. Still, some people (normally Mr Average Joe) do not…

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12 Best Cities in Europe For Street Art!

12 Best Cities in Europe For Street Art!

Europe: Hub of Awesome Street Art! One of the best things about being a lover of street art is that no matter where you go in Europe you can guarantee that you’ll find some! And with street and urban art becoming more widely accepted, it’s only…

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Depressed Monsters: Fighting Mental Illness With Street Art

Depressed Monsters: Fighting Mental Illness With Street Art

Most people, at some point in their life, either experience, or see a loved one experience, some form of mental illness. In fact, ‘most’ people actually equates to a statistic of 1 in 4 people worldwide. That’s approximately a quarter of all the people on Earth –…

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Suicide Squad & Graffiti Kings

Suicide Squad & Graffiti Kings

Graffiti Kings painted a backdrop for the Suicide Squad cast & gave them a little lesson in how to use a graffiti spray can. While they were let lose I took this cheeky flick. We also pimped the red carpet & after party set.

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Upfest Urban Paint Festival 2016 Highlights

Upfest Urban Paint Festival 2016 Highlights

I spent the weekend at the Upfest Urban Paint Festival in Bristol, England – Europe’s biggest street art and graffiti festival!

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