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Based in Glasgow, RogueOne (or Rogueoner) has been mastering his skill with a spraycan for over 20 years. His pieces are instantly recognisable for their sheer size and breathtaking realism. He is a free hand artist that paints graffiti pieces and graphic characters but is mostly known for his large murals. He makes a steady …

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Fintan Magee in Aberdeen, Scotalnd - Photo by Ian Cox

Australian Artist Fintan Magee was part of the 11 artists that participated in the first edition of Nuart Aberdeen festival, which took place from Friday 14 – Sunday 16 April. Nuart Aberdeen was brought to you by the team behind Stavanger’s internationally renowned Nuart Festival and developed in collaboration with Aberdeen Inspired and Aberdeen City Council. …

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Great Wall of Savas in Sunnyside, Queens. By Thrashbird “Adbusting and culture jamming was something I became very interested in at an early age.  I look at Billboard takeovers as disruptive activism. We are inundated with manipulative advertising at every turn of our heads, and I find it to be vandalism to my mind and …

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Earlier this month Swiss based artist Onur was one of the 25 international and national artists who came together to paint in Napier (New Zealand) for a purpose and give our oceans a voice via art and activism. This event was curated by Sea Walls and organized by the PangeaSeed Foundation. About The Mural Entitled “Last Island”, this mural …

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Sebas Velasco in Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife Oct 2016 In October of 2016, Spanish Artist Seas Velasco was invited to take part of Puerto de la Cruz’s annual festival in Tenerife. About The Artist Spanish born, Sebas Velasco started in the graffiti world in 2004 as he painted the streets of his hometown. Sebas Velasco …

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Russian Artist Rustam QBic was among the artists that were invited to participate in this year’s Sea Walls event in Napier (New Zealand), organized by PageaSeed Foundation. About The Mural Entitled “Recycling Kingdom”, this mural by Rustam QBic is his latest offering using his signature style and color palettes but less imaginary and more environmentally …

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Spanish based artist Hyuro just finished her latest mural a few days ago for this year’s The Crystal Ship event in Ostend, Belgium. About The Mural This untitled piece depicts a person trying to put back together a broken pottery, knowing that this urn will never return to its original state, and for how long it will hold together before it crumbles again. …

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American born Berlin Based Artist James Bullough just completed a brilliant mural for Sea Walls and PangeaSeed Foundation in Napier, New Zealand. About The Mural Entitled “Pania of the Reef”, this piece is about ‘Pania’, the legendary protector of the reef in local Maori folklore and is believed to have lived in the waters off the coast of Napier. The …

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PixelPancho in Hong Kong

Italian street artist PixelPancho just completed a massive mural in Hong Kong for the 4th edition of HKwalls. About The Mural “For humans, the only war worth fighting for is the war against their own extinction” is what is written in Chinese under this wonderful piece, and what could be the title of that gigantic …

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Miami-based artist Ruben Ubiera was invited last month by Iryna Kanishcheva to paint a life-size whale mural for the Grove Street Neighborhood in Gainesville, Florida. About The Mural In this mural the artist depicts a life-size whale away from the ocean, apparently dead and deteriorating, with a couple of vultures feeding off of its meat and sunflowers …

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Born in Metz (France) in 1987, Mantra is a self-taught street artist that has been painting in the streets since 2008. He grew up between the noise of the city and the whispers of the surrounding countryside. In his paintings and street canvases, the Artist pays tribute to his childhood heroes (butterflies, owls, spiders, birds…) in a …

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Spanish artist PEJAC just released the “Redemption” series using pressed wood as a pseudo-canvas. About The “Redemption” Series With only pencil and ink, PEJAC managed to hide some of the existing elements as well as elevate others, creating an effective illusion of perspective within which he placed unexpected imagery, while also addressing environmental issues as a constant …

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