Some amazing inspiration created by the best street artists.
Seth is a renowned street artist, previously featured on Designer Daily, whose colorful artworks have a deep impact on viewers. For this occasion, he took his art to a more classical gallery, in a French castle to be more specific. The name of the exhibition is “1, 2, 3 Soleil“, which could be translated to […]
If Escher was a street artist, his work could have looked like the impressive murals that Italian artist Peeta creates. Using a graffiti style and 3D techniques, the street artist extends the depth of buildings and gives them a surreal touch. Discover more work on Peeta’s website.
There is no such thing as a too big wall for INIT. The Chilean street artist enjoys creating on very large surfaces, adding poetry to otherwise greyish and boring landscapes. Using very contrasting styles and color schemes, INIT’s mural art sends a message accross in a very subtle way while enchanting the cities.
There is something Klimt-esque about Reeder’s art. The mix of realistic faces and skulls in black and white with bold colors, patterns, and geometric shapes, gives life to a type of street art nouveau. Based in Dallas, Texas, Michael Reeder was influenced from early on by street art. Although he still creates murals, his work […]
For the past twenty years, Peter Preffington (aka Pref) has been creating art that he published in his homeland, Great-Britain, or abroad. On top of the prints he exhibits in art galleries or online, the British artist also creates stunning street art that plays with type. Playing with letter and dimensions, the street artist designs words that […]
Banksy is back and apparently, he is in New York. The most famous street artist in the world didn’t lose what made him a celebrity: a strong sense of satire, powerful graphics, and great skills at spraying graffiti paint. In this post, you can discover a few of his recent New York work in the […]
Brazilian artist Muretz is most famous for his street art in large format. In his work, you can meet a lot of skeletons, mostly sad ones. With a large exposure of his work in the streets and on social media, Muretz also made himself a name beyond the streets and his work was on display in art galleries […]
Tired of urban landscapes and depressing greyish landscapes, take a stroll in the woods and enjoy the poetic street art on trees by Evgenia Dudnikova.
This playful street artist has decided to mess with people’s mind by creating fake shadows for street objects. Damon Bellanger created most of his work in the streets of Redwood City, California. As the artist says it himself: “The shadows give regular mundane objects a lively spirit so people can have a little fun in their […]
Tom Bob is not your average street artist. The New York based artist uses what he finds in the street and gives it a street art upgrade. With him, a random evacuation pipe becomes an elephant, or concrete poles can become… Ringo Starr! Check out more of his work on Instagram.
YASH is a street artist based in Stockholm, Sweden. He creates delicate portraits of people and animal in gigantic formats.
Ernest Zacharevic obviously thinks that being a great artist is not enough, it should be fun for him and for passer-bys. The street artist creates pieces that interact with their environment, and these are definitively entertaining.
Art is everywhere, and street artists are making sure it stays in the streets. Sometimes it looks just amazing, like in the examples below. The Pisa tower in Philadelphia. History vs video games, St-Denis, France. Piano keys from Valparaiso, Chile. Lighting the tunnel, by Pavel Puhov. Commie blocks in London. The boat, by Eduardo Relero. […]
Based in Cambodia, Chifumi Krohom is a street artist whose work is easy to recognize. His work features a lot of hands drawn with a pop art style, with bold lines and bright colors. The visual effect is stunning in large scale works like his. You can see more of his street art and other works […]
Appropriately titled “Time changes everything”, this project by graffiti artist DAKU uses the sun to write things on the wall with shadows. Throughout the day, the light comes from different places and changes the way the text is displayed. This innovative piece can be found in the Lodhi Colony of New Delhi.