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 [...]


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 [...]

Bruxelles Obscène

Initially linked to Bonom, one of the most famous graffiti artists of the city, actually the penis is just one of the many anonymous explicit works of a XXX scene, popped up [...]

Graffiti is timeless

Essential and fairy, the street art by 0331C is a fascinating way to explore a city with a cold and white light, leading a constant battle against the immorality of [...]

Oak Oak

In St. Etienne, an old French industrial town with drab facades and cracked sidewalks ripe, a man walks and pastes his drawings everywhere so as to bring smiles to passers-by [...]

Yarn Bombing

While other forms of graffiti may be expressive, decorative, territorial, socio-political commentary, advertising or vandalism, yarn bombing was initially almost exclusively [...]

The Drunk Boat

Like a faint trail in the trash of a humankind ineluctably indifferent to its host planet, the art by Pejac gently appears on the surface of things, a final beauty’s [...]

Eyes on You

One day, JR found a camera in the Paris subway, and for two years toured and photographed street art around Europe, tracking the people who communicate their messages to the [...]