Street art is ephemeral. It’s not meant to be permanent and the artists know that. That’s what makes what they do so important. The whole thing has been thoroughly photographed, and there is a school in Paris gave the space for graffiti artist to spread out idea and paste it in to mesmerizing visual.
When you look at these amazing 3D graffiti and street art by some world artists, your mind can be easily played and tricked because of their stunning optical illusion which at anytime can take you to fantasy land. Check them out.
If you are originally from Rotterdam, the Netherlands, you must be very proud of this new market hall the city has created. They call it “The enormous Markthal in Rotterdam”. What makes this place so interesting is that it features an enormous mural done by two artists named, Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam. Their work is titled “Cornucopia” […]
He is painter, sculptor, performance artist and today he common describe his idea use installation art. ” In art everything is possible and allowed. Art is the leadership. Art is Nr.1. Art is chief, art is total power, art is always future. Art has nothing to do with individualism, art is always the law of […]
Crispin Young Wilson is a server hardware repairer who can put her side hobby to good use as she got invited to her friend’s house and informed that her friend’s son always refuses sleeping in his own room. That’s what makes Wilson think that her painting hobby can come in handy. Then she created this […]
David Hockney, OM, CH, RA (born 9 July 1937) is an English painter, draughtsman, printmaker, stage designer and photographer. An important contributor to the pop art movement of the 1960s, he is considered one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century. Hockney has a home and studio in Kensington, London and two […]
Sean Sullivan is a California-based artist who can finish Grand Pale Maw, an expansive drawing that covered the wall of a hallway in the Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) gallery. It took him seven long months in order to complete the project.
“People lost in freedom and I have become interested in situation there is a kind of social and political setting in art”.
Tyrone Wright or Rone is an Australian street artist who is celebrated for his portraits of glamorous women. And he has recently gained more and more popularity due to his series of international large-scale murals. And now he concentrates on painting stunning portraits of a beautiful woman on the wall of abandoned buildings.
There is something amazing about this street artist by the name of Anders Gjennestad, also known as Strøk, who is based in Norwegia. He was recently invited to join in the Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival in Terracina, Italy to show what he has in stocks.