Satire and Freedom

A faithful reproduction of the famous Kiss by Gustav Klimt, but featuring two men. The wagon is paraded through the streets of Putignano, in the province of Bari, Italy, [...]

Heidelberg Project

In 1986, artist Tyree Guyton returned to Heidelberg, the street where he grew up on Detroit’s East Side, Michigan, and found it in shambles, riddled with drugs and [...]

Key Detail

Growing up in Minsk, Belarus, where he studied Architecture, Key Detail has been active on the street art scene since 2000s, worked consistently towards developing his style [...]

Butterfly Specimen

Colorful wings, long shadows and subtle details, which suggest a transparent glass surface, just to create a suggestive level of depth designed to enforce the head-turning [...]


Best known for his Breakdancing Jesus series, Cosmo Sarson grew up surrounded by Hip Hop, skateboarding, break dancing and graffiti. Normally, all this influenced his work, [...]

Superheroes punching Trump

The author seems to still remain anonymous, and now his/her superheroes punching Donald Trump are starting to pop up on the walls of the cities too, as in the case of the big [...]

Unpolite Art Machine

For a few days, in the streets of the cities of Genova and Turin, Italy there are robots in place of traffic lights and road signs. All this happens overnight. The [...]


If it is true that the eyes are the window to the soul, Vany Krastev must have finally realized that this soul can be everywhere. You just have to apply small eyes to any [...]

Behind the curtain

Since I don’t know how to write, I prefer to make a drawing With his good share of sweet dark sense of humor, Dran sets his eye on the contemporary society, by taking [...]

Declare Paradox

Pertinent and precise, Enrique Baeza´s work is a series of brief declarations that fall somewhere between poetry, street art, television or a statement of propaganda in [...]