São Paulo-based street artist Raquel Brust’s Project Giganto is described as “a hyper dimensional photography intervention project that uses the urban scene and the city’s architecture as a platform for photographic exhibition.”
Guido Van Helten - Reykjavik, Iceland
Guido Van Helten is currently in Reykjavik, Iceland where he just completed his new large scale murals the on 3 sides of the ‘Loftkastalinn’ building in the Old West side of the city.
The artist based the murals on photographs by Andres Kolbeinsson selected from the Reykjavik Museum of Photography Archive. They represent scenes from the Jean-Paul Sartre play ‘No Exit’ performed in the city in 1961 in which the characters Estelle, Garcin and Inez are locked together in a room for eternity.
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1. Detroit, USA
2. Cuchia, Spain
3. Zaragoza, Spain
4. Santander, Spain
5. Santander, Spain
6. Santander, Spain
7. San Javier, Spain
8. San Javier, Spain
9. Lima, Peru (okuda, Radio & Sixe)
10. Cantagallo, Lima, Peru
Street art by Pixel Pancho and Vhils
A collaboration by two street artists who combined their signature styles of painted murals and chiseled walls.
Herakut - Za’atari, Jordan
Herakut are currently in Jordan where they just finished working on these new pieces in Za’atari, the world’s second-largest refugee camp.
For nearly three years, the civil war in Syria has caused violence on a horrific scale. Roughly 120,000 were killed before the U.N. stopped counting, nearly 5 million have been internally displaced, and since it opened in July 2012, more than 120,000 Syrians have found refuge in Za’atari, Jordan.
The German duo quickly painted some of their signature imagery for the local children to enjoy. This project was made possible by AptART - Awareness & Prevention Through Art.