The exclusive mural in Los Angeles that only “verified influencers” can photograph (photo by Qasim Haqq ) LOS ANGELES — Together with the palm trees at sunset and the Hollywood sign, nothing says Los Angeles quite like a good angel wing mural. Source: We Got to Visit the Exclusive LARead More →

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Alex Chinneck is the artist behind two engaging building façade projects in the UK. In ‘Miner On The Moon’ Chinneck took what used to be an outdated stable in London and flipped the whole front upside down. In ‘From The Knees Of My Nose To The Belly Of My Toes,’Read More →

a diverse digital database that acts as a valuable guide in gaining insight and information about a product directly from the manufacturer, and serves as a rich reference point in developing a project or scheme. Source: keith haring mural hidden for 30 years has been revealed in amsterdamRead More →

High Res Spain declared March 8th as Women’s Day, and it was met with an unprecedented strike in defense of their rights. I began this mural on March, 10. Spain is the leading country in the fight for women’s rights, and against gender violence, although much work remains to beRead More →

Against the backdrop of Paris Fashion Week which introduced several collaborative projects between high fashion brands and big names from the art world (Dior partnered with KAWS and Takashi Murakami continued collaborating with Virgil Abloh, the new artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear collection), the French capital was for theRead More →

“Butterflies are like a direct representation of being human, I think. We all spend our lives struggling, chasing … the best version of ourselves, [undergoing] constant transformation, positive change.” Listening to Mexican street artist and illustrator Sofía Castellanos reflect on the delicate creature that has become her creative calling card,Read More →

Our friend Elna just sent us some images from his latest artwork “Jerusalem Syndrom” which was just completed as the title states in Jersualem, Isreal. The Israeli artist brought to life another beautiful illustrative piece featuring a gazillion details that will keep you hypnotized for a long long time. Source:Read More →

Visual artist and art director Xomatok (previously) has been busy in Lima, Peru, where he’s outfitted several walls, building facades, and random rock piles with his signature full-spectrum color gradients. The vivid interventions are in the district of Lima called Villa el Salvador, Xomatok shares Source: New Prismatic Murals by XomatokRead More →

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While we last heard from him a few weeks ago in Europe, Murone is now in Asia where he just wrapped up this beautiful new work. Painting on the streets of Kaohsiung in Taiwan, Murone brought to life another of his signature and vibrant abstract murals which will surely beRead More →

It’s in an old Red-Cross training center that Antoine Robot and Philippe Reichsrath decided to invest the place to present « ZOO, the Art Show » , their street-art exhibition. Directly inspired by the United-States, the « Art show » vocation is to look different than every single classic exhibitionRead More →

The recent May Bank Holiday weekend saw a huge amount of activity on the streets of East London in part due to the mini heatwave in the city. One of the street artists taking advantage of the sunny London weather over the weekend was world-renowned street artist Ben Eine .Read More →

Puerto Rican superstar Bikismo just sent us a series of images from his latest artwork which was just completed in Belgium In town for the latest edition of the North West Wall Festival, Bikismo was given an unusual canvas built with shipping containers. Source: Bikismo in Werchter, BelgiumRead More →

Last summer Hookedblog spent some time exploring the French capital, from coffee spots, galleries, local hangouts and of course some of the street art and murals across the city. We always enjoy returning to Paris, especially over the summer months trying to avoid using the subway where possible, preferring toRead More →

Straker is an Australian street artist who paints unique murals that appear to light up the streets. His pieces look just like real neon signs, but they are actually 2D and created using only spray paint and a special technique that makes them pop off the wall. Source: How aRead More →

Pappas Pärlor (real name Johan Karlgren) is a street artist from Sweden, who decorates the streets with artworks featuring various pixelated characters. Karlgren says his artwork is inspired by his passion – video games. The artist uses everything as a place for art – from sandboxes to telephone poles –Read More →

Zeutch est un web magazine, ayant pour inspiration la photographie, le Design, les tendances, le street art, les Videomotions et la culture urbaine. Nous traitons tous ces sujets qui sortent de l’ordinaire susceptibles de vous séduire Source: Invader à Los AngelesRead More →

I was lucky enough to catch up with LA-based artist Shark Toof a few days ago. I posted a couple of these on IG. This is a commissioned canvas, I was able to shoot just before it got shipped off to the client. Impressive work! Source: Look SharpRead More →

My Dog Sighs, a talented street artist from England, made his first drawing when he was 7 years old. Since then everyone knew him as a child who can draw, and this was enough to set him on a journey to become an artist. Later, he left his job atRead More →