03 Street Art Category
I walked a lot around the city of Ales, South of France to finally found a lot of street art artwork, such as Bastek, MissTIC, Zago, and cool stencils.
After having showed you street art around Shoreditch in London, these are a few photos of another artistic area in London: Brick Lane, East London.
London is very famous for street art and it’s easy to find out artwork from foreigners in the areas of Shoreditch and Brick Lane.
We’re just back from London where we went street art hunting in the area of Shoreditch, very famous and arty district – East London.
I visited Nantes, Green capitale 2013! Amazing city, full of art and inspiration. I found a lot of pixel art, not sure it was Space Invaders… but always cool locations!
I imagine that Mimi the Clown was hearing the famous song by the band Joan Jett & the Blackhearts when he last came to Paris!
The 11th district in Paris has been painted by street artists. Every shops has a new design… 15 shops by 11 artists! To see…
Le 9 avril est la date officielle du lancement des campagnes des candidats des clowns à la nouvelle Présidence 2012 de la France !
Here is the latest project called Aniame Dementia featuring « the hunging man » a french friend of Rö and himself – mixing rope access working and paste up.
Ella & Pitr, a young couple of street artists, launched a few years ago a project about paste-up of photo frames in the city. They began in 2010, when Ella & Pitr pasted their photo frames all over Europe invited people to create their own frame. Let’s discover it!
Once in Auckland, we walked around the areas of K’Road where we found mostly huge graffiti murals and of Ponsonby where we found great stencils.
We think we may have seen a stencil of the famous rat by Banksy, on the roads of New Zealand, but this is more a fake I guess – info or intox?
In Wellington, in New Zealand, street art is huge! The city is very artistic and it’s nice to walk around. We couldn’t recognize all the artists, but we wanted to share the photos with you.
The OUTPOST Project transformed the industrial spaces of Cockatoo Island in Sydney into a huge event of street art.