Interview with Meghan Williamson

Yesterday I shared a round up from the Virginia Street Arts Festival. Today I am delighted to bring you the first of three interviews from people involved in the festival itself. First up is Meghan Williamson, VASA organiser, who tells us a little bit about the festival and it's impact on the community. Hi Meghan,... Continue Reading →

VA Street art Festival

October saw the fourth edition of the Virginia Street Arts Festival. This years edition saw three artists participate and carry out interventions in the downtown area of Waynesboro, VA. A vacant building owned by the Wayne Theatre was the location for this years murals. Nils Westergard and Kimchi Juice painted murals at opposite sides of the building... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #39

I am dedicating this Wednesday wall to fellow street art blogger, Bristolian Scooj. Scooj runs the Natural Adventures site that details in great depth the street art scene in Bristol. The reason I am dedicating this post to him? Well that's because this weeks wall is by another Bristol resident... Decay.  Graffiti artists do holidays... Continue Reading →

No Poverty – Zed1 in Turin.

The city of Turin, along with Lavazza, the city’s well-known coffee brand, have created a city wide mural project. The project involves seventeen urban artists including the Italian, Zed1. The idea? To transform the United Nations Global Goals into seventeen Street Art works.  No Poverty Zed1 was invited to complete the #1 goal and “NO... Continue Reading →

Calle Libre Fest 2018

Central Europe's largest street art festival celebrated it's fifth anniversary in August. Calle Libre or free street is held throughout the city of Vienna, Austria. Through it's artistic interventions, community based workshops, talks, exhibitions and tours Calle Libre aims to remind people that street art is art. For this years edition the festival organisers invited... Continue Reading →

Wednesday wall #38

This week's Wednesday wall is something pretty damn special. I've been speaking about burners recently, well here is a particularly impressive one! Situated in Barcelona's Poblenou district this mural is a commissioned collaboration between Canadian artist Mediah and Agpograf Impressors. Apparently this is part of a much larger collaboration project between the two. Called 'CINESTRA'IL' this 80ft... Continue Reading →

Musa71 at Montana Gallery Barcelona

Legendary graffiti writer Musa71 recently held a small solo show at the Montana Gallery in Barcelona. The show featured some live painting, sketches, framed works and a lot of friends celebrating the career of this great writer. The reason for this particular show was to celebrate the release of Musa's own MTN spray can. What... Continue Reading →

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