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JDL in Amsterdam

Dutch Artist JDL just completed a modern day Adam and Eve mural in a building that looks like church and that was once served as a gas distribution station in East Amsterdam. About The Mural In this mural the artist depicts what she thinks a modern day Adam and Eve would look like, with the …

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“Make America Sane Again” is the latest intervention by English street artist Bambi, at the Royal College Street, in Camden, London. About The Mural Lady Liberty once again takes centre stage in Bambi’s latest anti-Trump art which appeared 2 days in London, a week after her first Anti-Trump art ‘Good Mourning America’ was stolen within hours of being …

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The dutch duo TelmoMiel  just finished painting the first mural in 2017 entitled ‘We’re all the same, but different’ in Berlin, curated by The Haus. About The Mural The mural depicts a woman’s head on a body of man who is slightly overweight and a dog walking on the side. It is the artists’ interpretation on the current events …

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The Chilean street artist INTI returns to his home country to paint a mural as “a return to a starting point of a cycle” in the border city of Arica in Chile. This mural was organized by Arica Activa Foundation. About The Mural Entitled “Pachakuti” which means “He who remakes the world” in the Quechua language. Quechua is …

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War Paint by DFace in Fort Smith, AR

JUSTKIDS, led by curator Charlotte Dutoit, continues its mission and collaboration with local non profit 64.6 Downtown to bring high quality contemporary art to Arkansas. This time guest artist UK Artist D*Face created a large-scale mural and a massive public sculpture made of five 40 foot long wooden arrows that each weigh more than 1,000 …

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Time Layers by Skount

Spanish born, Amsterdam based artist Skount just finished painting a mural in his hometown of Almagro in Spain. About The Mural Entitled “Time Layers”, this wall is a surreal representation of the layers generated by the passage of time in our inner selves and that are part of our identity. “Over the years, we live different …

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Mona Tusz in Lodz

Polish artist Mona Tusz just finished the fourth realization for UNIQA Art Lodz, a public art project organized by Lodz’s Event Center. About The Mural Mona Tusz’s mural, entitled ‘The Longest Night of the Year’ is quite a unique and complex realization. The artist offered the flat wall a spatial structure using different materials and …

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In November of 2016, UK artist Phlegm created a new black-and-white mural for the first edition of Art (Re)Public street art festival in Jacksonville, Florida. About The Mural  All black and white and richly detailed, Phlegm’s mural is highly representative of his signature style. The mural was painted on a wide wall where only a …

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Back to School! Art+China is an art initiative conceived and curated by Seth Globepainter. The main purpose of this wonderful project is to make it pleasant for pupils living in disadvantaged areas of the country to come back to class. This year, the initiative saw the participation of many international artists, from July to September, …

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Artists Cheone & Mor

In many ways, 2016 was a year of extremes. The world saw a massive wave of political change brought on by right-wing populists in both Europe and the United States. A dizzying number of beloved celebrities took their last breaths. We survived an election that was both hopeful and shocking. We watched in horror the Syrian conflict …

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The French artist Mantra ended 2016 with his largest mural to date in Ambato, Ecuador for EMA16, currated by Central Dogma. About The Mural Entitled “La Fomule Scerete” (The secret Fromula), the mural is painted on the National Library’s side building wall in downtown Ambato, and depicts a woman in traditional clothes picking up books from …

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Back in September, Chilean artist INTI created a brilliant mural for the Back To School! Art + China Art initiative in Jishou, in the Hunan province, China. This project was curated by Seth Globepainter. About The Mural The artist said: “Since the first astronomy records 4000 years ago in China, until today with modern mathematics, we are observing …

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