Street Art Tuesday: Valparaiso, Chile

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  Street Art Tuesday From Valparaiso, Chile   It’s time for Street Art Tuesday again! Every Tuesday we’ll take you to a different location around the world to have a closer look at the street art, the stories and/or street artists behind them. This week we bring you to Valparaiso, Chile‘s harbour city, where hardly any wall is left untouched … Read More

Street Art Corner from Valencia, Spain

Lydian BrunstingSpain, Street Art, Valencia2 Comments

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  Street Art Corner From Valencia, Spain   Today it’s time for our second Street Art Tuesday. Every week we will take you to a different location around the world to have a closer look at its street art and the stories and/or street artists behind them. This week we bring you to Valencia, Spain’s third largest city and the … Read More

Street Art Tuesday: Bogotá, Colombia

Lydian BrunstingAmericas, Colombia, Street Art4 Comments

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Street Art Tuesday From Bogota, Colombia   Today is the start of a new weekly series: Street Art Tuesday. Every week we will take you to a different location somewhere around the world to have a look at its street art and the stories and/or street artists behind them. This week we bring you to Bogotá, the Colombian capital, a … Read More

Is Banksy too Mainstream Now?

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  Is Banksy too Mainstream Now? (Banksy Visiting Stockholm)   Apparently, the famous English street artist, Banksy, is visiting Stockholm later this week. A great event for all street art lovers, but there was something partially unusual with the announcement of this happening. To starters, a letter was sent to the Swedish Television’s (SVT) Cultural Editorial Board, announcing the time … Read More

Berlin Alternative StreetArt Workshop and Tour

Pal UjvarosiBerlin, Germany, Street Art3 Comments

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  How to Turn into a Berlin Street Artist (for a Day)   At the end, while the warm spring-sun was shining through the atelier’s windows, I was standing there with the finished canvas in my hand, shining in all its glory. Che Guevara came alive through my creativity that i never thought existed, in a colourful version never seen … Read More

Banksy Artwork on Rijksmuseum, Eiffel Tower, Sydney Opera House and ..

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Banksy Artwork on Rijksmuseum, Eiffel Tower, SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE AND …   The world famous street artist Banksy has recently worked on a special artwork for the campaign #WithSyria, which will be projected on different buildings in 35 countries worldwide, among which on Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Sydney Opera House and the Lincoln Memorial in Washington … Read More

The RedBall Project in Court

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RedBall Project Taipei

A legal victory for the RedBall project   Remember the RedBall Project we wrote about some months ago? Or maybe you’ve even seen a gigantic red ball appearing in your city? If you live in Europe, more specifically Paris or Milan, the chance is high that what you saw was, in fact, a copied version of the original project created by Kurt … Read More

Discovering Street Art With Your iPhone

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The art forms among our favourites is an genre that’s generally free to view and accessible 24/7, no entrance fee needed. The only issue you usually might face is finding it. What we’re talking about here is street art. Whether it is the level of self-expression, the location – like La Tour 13 – or just the sensation of suddenly … Read More

La Tour 13, Paris

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One of the most impressive collective street art projects we have ever come across, took place in Paris, France October last. Here a tower of ten floors, about 4500 square meters in total, was temporarily converted into one big street art gallery. As the authorities considered renovation of the building to become too costly, it was decided to demolish the … Read More

Stockholm’s Metro Network: The World’s Longest Art Exhibition

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Stockholm’s Metro Network The World’s Longest Art Exhibition   Welcome to what is often referred to as the ‘world’s longest art exhibition’, better known as Stockholm’s Metro Network. Already in the 19th century a general debate about making art more accessible to the public was going on in Sweden. It will thus not come as a surprise, that in the … Read More

The RedBall Project

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RedBall Project Paris

Admittedly, we’re not the first to pay attention to this red gigantic ball, this project has been touring the world for many years now and attracted attention from numerous media outlets. The RedBall Project by now is world famous, still we find it well worthy of some additional celebration for its achievement. From the first initial idea and the first … Read More

Escadaria Selaron

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Escadaria Selarón – a unique artwork consisting of tiled steps on one of Rio de Janeiro’s hills. Jorge Selarón, the artist behind the artwork, dedicated his life to altering the appearance of the stairs by changing the tiles continuously and replacing old tiles by new ones created by himself and tiles donated by people from all over the world. [ale_one_half] … Read More