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Colombia Diary: The Completed Works, The Gold Rush, and the Jaguar in You

Today a wrap up of BSA at an unusual location in Colombia to see a new initiative with Street Artists in an abandoned distillery brought back to life with their imaginations and penchant for transformation. “Uh, yellow, black, with some white… because it’s high up,” Ben Eine says as he sketches out the four letters, […]

INO and “LOST” in the Port of Piraeus, Greece

She’s lost, so much on her mind. INO. “Lost” Greece. May 2018. (photo © INO) The triangulation of financial, governmental, and corporate power locked Greece (and Europe) in a downward spiral only three years ago, and although there are some signs of stabilization this year, the downturn “wiped out a quarter of the nation’s economic […]

Postcards from The Yok & Sheryo in India, Sri Lanka, Cambodia…

A unique duo of autonomous Street Artists from different backgrounds and paths somehow have melded themselves into a traveling tornado of tags, throw ups, and theatrics in a style that is theirs alone. The Yok and Sheryo (Perth and Singapore) continue to compliment, push, and pull against and with each other stylistically with a healthy […]

Pouvelle Collaborate on Composition in Sant Feliu de Llobregat

Community murals give opportunities to young and old to try their hand at self expression and go big on a wall. Here in this municipality in Catalonia, the duo called Pouvelle say, “We like to think of art as a way of expression that brings out the child we carry inside, letting ourselves be guided […]

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