Nychos is now in San Francisco, USA where he just finished working on this new “Skeleteon” mural for Upper Playground.
The street artist Pixel Pancho is also part of the Public Forms Urban Art Festival in Perth, Australia where he spent the last few days working on this massive new piece.
After a brief hiatus from his whirlwind New York residency last October, Banksy emerged with at least two new pieces over the weekend.
After five years of producing the series of portraits ” Racial profiling: The new global mexican” that includes people of NYC City and Los Angeles, Mex and the city and the photographer Carlos Alvarez Montero decide to take a big risk when looking to turn this series into a book and publish it in order to show the deep complexity of what it means to be a contemporary Mexican.
COACHELLA WALLS (TCW) is an arts driven community revitalization project in downtown Coachella’s Historic Pueblo Viejo District. This time, there were two independent artists and one collective that were invited to created this tree murals:
Although he doesn’t use sketches and his designs are totally freestyle, Aaron de la Cruz from California with Mexican descent, decided to take inspiration from a fruit stand of one street in Mexico for pick the color pallet that he used on the mural realized at the Ace Hotel & Swim Club as a part of the Desert Gold.
Bosque dos Passaros is one of the 12 green areas around the neighborhood in which Andre Morbeck lives. These large natural areas have soccer, basketball, tennis and jogging track. It was assumed that people would build their homes facing these parks; however they didn’t so you can only see the back of the houses.
Fintan Magee is currently in Sydney where he just wrapped up this amazing new piece entitled “Support” somewhere in the district of Wooloomooloo.
Alluring his stunning photo realism through the fractured mirrors of imagination, Tasso’s street art oscillates between flawless representation and deliciously elusive perception.