Biology, tattooing and street art influence the mixed media work of Quebec City artist Jérôme Rochette. He paints mainly on canvas using acrylic, spray paint, gesso, charcoal and markers.
This sculpture, Average Beast, is formed of vintage wood and other material mounted in the style of an African tribal mask with painted elements of outsider and urban art. Martin Gerstenberger began his artist life doing street murals with well known urban posses like Os Gêmeos and Flying […]
Charles Leval, better known as Levalet, is a French street artist whose career has been on the rise for the last few years. Although his works are all over France, his prime territory is Paris. His pieces interact with their surroundings in a surprising and often magical way, […]
One of the biggest street art museums in the world is scheduled for Amsterdam, in a 7,000 square meter former welding hangar twice the size of the famous Turbine Hall of Tate Modern.
A family member who just returned from Sao Paulo tipped me to this constantly changing street gallery called Batman’s Alley. Brash colors, stark angles and superb art work, Rua Gonçalo Afonso is an authentic open-air graffiti museum.(Above and below: from the Flickr site of traveller Stephanie Sykora – […]
Montreal artist Shelley Miller creates intricate murals with sugar icing and edible paint applied like cake frosting, with a piping bag and tip. The street art starts out solid, but eventually disintegrates or washes away in the rain. The installation above – called Stained – in Victoria, B.C., […]