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Djerbahood Project Transforms A Tunisian Village In A Veritable Open-Air Musem

As you could see in our previous articles, we love the street art in all its forms, the way it manages to breathe life in the streets, transforming them in open sky, living and breathing, museums. Therefore, we couldn’t miss one of  the biggest street art events that takes place these days in an...
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Al Pacino Graffiti Portrait By Akse For Liverpool Street Art Festival

Akse, a french graffiti artist based in Manchester, UK  has started “spraypainting walls since 1992” and over the last few years has focused on freehand High-Definition HD photo-realism graffiti portraits. A big fan of movies and a very talented street artist, Akse created graffiti portraits of actors/directors who have impressed him and held on...
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New Murals By Ernest Zacharevic Transform The Streets Of Ipoh, Malaysia

Malaysia has its own version of Banksy – street artist Ernest Zacharevic, a lithuanian artist but permanent resident of Malaysia, well-known for transforming Penang streets with light-hearted, iconic murals. New Murals By Ernest Zacharevic can be found on the streets of Ipoh where, as a result of a image partnership with OLDTOWN White Coffee,...
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Patrick Commecy Transformes Dull Building Facades Into Joyful Scenes

  The meaning of street art is to garnish every corner of every the street, and to send a message, typical for every artist.He usually tries to leave the same kind of message like political issues, feelings, their emotions. French artist Patrick Commecy and his team of muralists transform dull and boring facades around...
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Faith47 New Street Art Pieces In London, UK: The Imperial Sun and Moon

Faith47 is part of the street artist gallery that we chose to present on kickassthings.com and it’s always a delight to see new works from her. The South African painter put her mark on the street art in various cities from around the world and this time it’s London streets turn to serve as...
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Storytelling Walls: Best Murals Of Croatian Street Artist Lonac

One of the most talented representatives of the street art phenomenon in Europe, the Croatian street artist Lonac decided to take his amazing drawings from indoor studio to outdoor murals resulting in storytelling walls that made him popular worldwide. Lonac is known for his very unique way of merging photo-realistic elements with minimalistic graphical...
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Street Art: Collin van der Sluijs, The King Of ‘Pop Fantasy Life’

Dutch artist Collin van der Sluijs currently resides in Maastricht, where he works as an illustrator/painter and runs a gallery, ‘Galerie Groen lLicht’ for contemporary art. At the age of 11 Collin started working on the streets, a year later he attended the school for traditional painting in Goes, Netherlands where he learned the...
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New Banksy Artwork Called Mobile Lovers Appeared On A Doorway In Bristol

Bansky, the “guerrilla artist” has built himself a reputation as one of the best street artists worldwide, his works having a great impact on how grafitti is seen by society and helped to change the general perception from ‘vandalism’ to art. His works made him famous all over the world and each of his...
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A Better World Through Creativity: Faith47’s Street Art

Faith47 is a self-taught contemporary street artist based in Cape Town, South Africa who draws inspiration from her own intuitive political and existential questions. She is best known as a street artist and her unique graffiti and street art work can be found in many locations in South Africa and various other international cities...
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The Art Of Philippe Echaroux: Painting With Lights

In Marseille, France,  the street-art takes on a new dimension with “Street Art 2.0″, a project by French photographer Philippe Echaroux that combines the idea of light painting and graffiti, turning everyday scenery and landscapes into beautiful temporary pieces of street art. Haunting faces have been appearing on buildings, trees, hillsides and walls  through...
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