Dutch artistic duo Karski and Beyond have recently unveiled their newest mural. This colourful and powerful piece is titled Mural of Change and is the duo’s 8th mural in Laak, The Hague.
Sadly, as is the world right now, Nuart Aberdeen joined many other street art festivals in having to cancel this year’s edition. I was planning on going back home for it this year having missed 2019’s festival. A stellar line up, seeing last year’s walls and the chance to eat beef hula hoops again wasContinue reading “Nuart Aberdeen Lockdown edition”
Londoner Jeba is a big presence on the streets of Barcelona. Barely a week goes by without seeing his name and/or characters adorning a wall somewhere. It’s pretty amazing Jeba finds the time to get out and paint really cos boy can he talk! This has got to be one of my favourite interviews toContinue reading “Interview with Jeba”
Scottish artist KMG has been spreading some much needed positivity in these strange times with two new pieces in London.
El Joel paints a lot, like every few days a lot. He’s as committed to his craft as you are going to get. However here in Spain, as I am sure you have noticed, we have been on a pretty strict lockdown for so many weeks I’ve lost count. For an artist like El JoelContinue reading “El Joel goes back to the wall”