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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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French artist Astro completed a twin-mural in Jacksonville (Florida) for Art(Re)Public 2016 art program.   About The Mural The artist said: “Art(Re)Public selected a very interesting size of wall, a rather large one, which is one of my favorite size. I have adapted my self to the shape of these 2 walls in order to …

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Earlier this month Spanish Artist Sebas Velasco was invited to paint a mural in the neighborhood of Playa de Muerto in San Pedro de Macorís (Dominican Republic) and to take part of the Artesano Project for the second year in a row. About The Mural Entitled “Master of Puppets“, this mural is based on different pictures …

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Russian artist and muralist Rustam Qbic spent the last few months working on a couple of murals (Neighbors & Mood) in Moscow, commissioned by a local real estate company. About the Murals “Neighbors” is probably Rustam Qbic’s largest mural to date (pictured above). it covers the entire facade of an abandoned building. The mural depicts two boys …

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Le Bien Commun

The Bordeaux based, French artist Rouge painted a mural on a Library Facade in the neighborhood of the Grand Parc in Bordeaux. Entitled “Le Bien Commun” (The Common Good), the mural took from September to November to complete. The project was curated by Pôle Magnetic, with the support of Drac Nouvelle-Aquitaine, in collaboration with MC2A, The Bordeaux Libraries, …

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Inspired by Syrian children confined to refugee camps in Jordan, Fintan Magee painted “The  Exile”, a mural of a girl he worked with in a painting project. Alongside a fading reflection of her past life she gazes into a future that is unknown. This mural was curated by aptART – Awareness & Prevention Through Art. …

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In the small village of Kharja, Jordan just ten kilometers from the Syrian border, artist Jonathan Darby painted a mural titled “Strength“, curated by  aptART (Awareness & Prevention Through Art), with the support of Mercy Corps. The Story Behind The Mural In the village of Kharja, Jordan, just ten kilometers from the Syrian border, a women’s gym …

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Salt Of The Earth by Guido van Helten

Guido van Helten‘s episode features his journey to regional NSW, where he painted 7 freight train carriages with portraits of characters from the local grain milling town of Manildra, 300kms west of Sydney. The project is part of “The Wanderers“, a new TV series directed by Selina Miles, and produced by Drew Macdonald. About The Project His artwork, …

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Spanish artist Borondo was recently in the US. He painted a mural in Jacksonville (Florida), organized by the Art(Re)Public mural project.  About The Mural Entitled “Show”, the mural is based on a 1967 work of philosophy and critical theory book “The Society of Spectacle” (La société du spectacle) by French philosopher Guy Debord, in which the …

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Surreal Mural By Iranian Artist Mehdi Ghadyanloo unveils in Dewey Square Park in Boston, curated by The Greenway Conservancy Public Art Program. About The Mural Titled “Spaces Of Hope“, the mural takes us into an uncanny dreamscape and captures a fundamental quality of Ghadyanloo’s work: his perspective on the nuanced nature of hope, fear, and uncertainty …

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