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With a successful first-edition of a mural project and festival this summer (Read SAUS’s coverage of it here), CURA – Circuito URbano de Arte launched CURA X last month; a mini festival commemorating Belo Horizonte’s 120th year anniversary. For the event, Milu Correch was one of 2 artists invited to paint two large scale murals …

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Polish born Berlin based artist Igor Dobrowolski recently created an art intervention on the streets of  Berlin aimed at raising awareness of the atrocities committed against the people of Yemen by Saudi Arabia with U.S., British and other Western-supplied weapons. You may not be aware if you watch the mainstream media in the United States, but …

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The Irish born London based painter Conor Harrington was invited by Mana Urban Arts Project and Juxtapoz Magazine to paint a mural in downtown Miami during Art Basel 2017 to celebrate the opening of the Juztapoz Clubhouse on Flagler street in partnership with Adidas Skateboarding. About The Mural Entitled “The Blind Patriot” Conor’s mural explores …

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Greek artist INO was recently in the Brazilian city Fortaleza to be part of the 4th edition of Festival Concreto to paint his latest mural entitled “Broken” emphasizing the phenomenon of prostitution. About The Mural In a place where disparities between rich and poor are very evident, INO wanted to address the problem of prostitution in his …

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In a time where borders and walls seemed to burst onto the global agenda in the context of halting spontaneous movement of refugees and migrants escaping violence and persecution, a very small group of artists and activists, led by Samantha Robison, decided to travel to some of the affected areas and instill hope to the youth who …

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Basel House Mural Festival is a three-day, first-of-its-kind mural festival based around the legendary walls of the iconic RC Cola Plant in Miami’s Wynwood Art District during Miami Art Week 2017. Throughout the festival, local and international artists will transform an often-overlooked section of the neighborhood into an open air art museum. About The Mural …

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Well-executed public art can add vibrancy to a neighborhood. Especially from an artist like WD (Wild Drawing), renowned for his ambitious 3D designs on large-scale walls. Recently he applied his highly unique style to paint ‘Helixotherapy,’ a stunning mural for the Rotterdam Street-Art Museum.   WD’s conceives his ideas by interacting with the spot where …

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The Dutch have a saying “He who is outside his door has the hardest part of his journey behind him.” Anastasiya Fomchyna, an international lawyer, started on a journey from her hometown in Minsk, Belarus that brought her all over the world to learn more about human rights and refugee protection while working in the …

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The British based Street Artist Wasp Elder, was recently invited to take part of the Odessarium – murals project in Odessa (Ukraine). Despite the difficulties and the pressure to get his wall finished, he was able to deliver a stunning mural. About The Mural Wasp Elder uses a photographic reference for every painting he makes, because photographs are the …

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Street Art and Graffiti started out as illegal and a way of self expression until it became more accepted and people started seeing its potential transformative power. We have seen this evolution from small casually organized graffiti jams to full blown international festivals, where both organizers and artists benefited from it one way or another. …

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Iryna Kanishcheva was born and raised in Ukraine where she had a successful career working in the pharmaceutical sector. She completely changed her focus when she moved to the USA in 2013. Iryna founded and curated the first urban art project in North Florida, 352walls, and was awarded the 2015 “Public Art Award”. IN 2016 she co-founded and …

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Festiwall wrapped up this year’s annual festival with a brilliant mural by Australian street artist Guido van Helten painted around the stairs in the back of the Liceo Classico Umberto Primo school in Ragusa, Italy. About The Mural The title of this piece is “L’attesa” (The wait), depicting two teenagers pensive and waiting for something or …

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