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Palmitas

When a place starts dying, then its people die a little bit, too. Palmitas was a boring and non-descript hillside in Pachuca, Mexico, until the day Germen Crew, a youth [...]

Insane 51

Recently dealing with his double exposure works, requiring 3D glasses and led light for full view, Insane 51 is a Greek mural artist based in Athens. He started off as a [...]

MTO

Always so happy to see something on your way forcing you to stop, even for a few moments, and takes you away with the shades of a new emotion. Maybe this is still the purpose [...]

Interactive Features

As an amazing example of interactive street art, Achilles often utilizes perspective in unusual ways. In one of his most impressive works, he plays with a series of three [...]

Rainbow Village

This is another great story about a man who has used the power of art and colors as the only way to preserve the place where he chose to spend his days. The man is Huang [...]

Range Ta Chambre

Fuck the museum, this is my museum At the entrance of the Mira Lanza, two girls ask if we are sure we want to go in there. The entrance is a gap in the fence of the factory, [...]

Hallucinart

Sandrine Boulet is a “hallucinartist”. She wakes up and she has visions. She eats and she has visions. She walks in the streets and she has visions. She looks at [...]

Fragiles Fabulae

By spreading public art for more than 10 years in the streets of Rome, Lisbon, Naples and Belgrade, Zilda is one of the most inspiring street artists of our days. After his [...]

Chefchaouen

In Morocco, situated in the Rif Mountains, there is a city whose old town is heavenly and blue. It’s Chefchaouen, or Chaouen, as it is often called by Moroccans. The [...]

Street Realism

Cosimo Caiffa, aka Cheone, grows up surrounded by artists and art lovers, including an uncle and a friend’s father — a famous painter from Gallipoli, Italy. From [...]