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Iranian street artist FRZ has a simple and beautiful truth for the world, written on a wall in Tehran: We are all immigrants and refugees.
Loving this new piece from Biancoshock and Alice Pasquini. It’s their take on UNESCO‘s logo, and despite what UNESCO might say, there’s as much European heritage wrapped up in the current state of Syria as in the Palace of Versailles.
Another fantastic piece by mobstr. Context is king. First of all, how did he install this piece? But also, what a great spot for it!
Don’t Fret has a graduation gift for the class of 2016: A reminder of the crushing debt that will likely follow many of them for decades.
Wow. Ekosystem, probably my favorite European street art blog, drew my attention to this piece on the beaches of Northern France.
Phnom Penh, March 2016 for the “Cambodia Urban Art” Festival. Goddog is a French artist from Avignon, well-know medieval city in southern France.
Meeting of Styles Melbourne 2016 A few weeks ago now, Melbourne was host for the first time to the internationally renowned Meeting of Styles events.
Rime’s artwork (left) and a suit by Moschino (right) Last year, the fashion designer Jeremy Scott quite obviously appropriated artwork by Rime for a capsule collection with the brand Moschino.
Os Gemeos in Milan. Photo by Os Gemeos. It’s no secret that good placement can make or break a piece or street art or a mural.
Still from Saving Banksy This week, a curious film will premier at the Nashville Film Festival: Saving Banksy, a documentary about the legality, politics, and ethics of removing street art from the street, and what happens once you have a giant unauthenticated Banksy sitting in your garage.
Nick Kuszyk’s Bernie Sanders mural in Greenpoint. Photo courtesy of Nick Kuszyk. Are you feeling the Bern?
Still from Indecline’s #BlackLivesMatter: Hollywood film Indecline, the street art collective known for their Rape Trump mural and the world’s largest illegal graffiti, are back at it with a #BlackLivesMatter-themed piece.
Nemo on Bologna Street artists in Bologna, Italy are taking to the street in support of Blu, who recently organized a mass-buffing of his murals in Bologna.
Joe Boruchow. Photo by Conrad Benner. Spring has sprung in Philadelphia, and the local street art community seem to be celebrating with new ad takeovers in the city’s bus shelters.
Once the site of a mural by Blu in Bologna, now buffed by Blu and his team. Photo from blublu.org. Last week, we covered Blu‘s protest in Bologna, where he and a team of helpers buffed out all of his murals in the city (and some now face legal issues as a result).
Banksy’s work in Bristol “Are you an asshole?” That’s the question David Choe asked last week in an essay (which is very NSFW) on his blog.
Blu’s work being buffed in Bologna, Italy Fuck the buff! Fuck the theft, love the buff! Because Bologna’s wealthiest citizens and the powers-that-be cannot be trusted with street art, Blu and a crew of volunteers are in the process of buffing all of his murals in Bologna, Italy.
Emoji as Instagram-able art at Scope It’s Armory Week, which means there is a seemingly endless parade of art fairs happening in New York this weekend.
Icy and Sot in Los Angeles. Photo courtesy of Icy and Sot. Pow! Another mural. Wow! So beautiful. But those decorative canvases-on-walls by globe-trotting muralists have been clogging up all my feeds lately.
Hanksy outside of a polling place in South Carolina. Photo courtesy of Hanksy. Today is the South Carolina Republican primary.