This piece by Saiko in Lleida, Spain, is simply awesome. To see and re-imagine a bridge as an artist holding a spraycan is really cool. Bravo!Read more / leave a comment
A colourful piece by Inkfetish painted at Meeting of Styles London two years ago. Check out our Inkfetish interview today: http://blog.globalstreetart.com/post/32863224441/inkfetish. If you’d like to come to the opening of Inkfetish’s debut solo show in London on the 18th of October please email firstname.lastname@example.org!Read more / leave a comment
Five years ago some friends of mine started a music website. They saved money by looking after a warehouse they rented cheaply, which they also lived and worked in. They started Mixlcoud and since then they’ve kicked bottom. Today they host mixes by the best DJs from all over the World. Well done dudes.
Mixcloud has started an artwork based competition called Artwork Hurdles (check this link) - you can vote for your favourite album art from the site. Its part of their RadiOlympics, which I think should be called the Radiolympic Games but there you go!
This is a good chance for us to post up some music-themed street art and graffiti from the Global Street Art archive. Check it out!
Tizer, Odisy and Aroe in Brighton:
Smiling Bag Productions in Israel, possibly connected to Funk 25.
One of my favourite characters from Meeting of Styles Portugal, from Seixal near Lisbon. The asteroid crashing into the planet makes a superb effect. The sign on the right says “laugh now but one day you’ll be extinct.” For more information on the MOS international events check out www.wallstreetmeeting.de.Read more / leave a comment