Category - Street Art

Undersides of bridges by Floriane de Lasée

In the simple act of turning our familiar world upside down, Paris-based photographer, Floriane de Lasée, turns once recognizable bridges into vertigo-inducing abstract forms. The artist roams Europe and Asia to find and catalogue the undersides of bridges. Then challenges our sense of gravity by making water become sky. Metal and concrete that...

Provoking the imagination with Viktoria Georgieva

I am guided by the imagination and the things that it provokes in each of us. Each new work is a new inspiration. Еthnography, history, science-they all give me inspiration. Mysticism and symbolism give me a boost. I like to mix found objects, different textures, to experiment with various materials. I like the idea of spatiality, shape and color...

Portraits painted in abandoned places by La Rouille

La Rouille is a French street artist whose preferred canvases include abandoned buildings and derelict walls covered in rust. The artist himself remains anonymous. His nickname, La Rouille, translates to ‘the rust’. His works revolve around portraits and figurative images, with a lonely or introspective air that matches the decay of the...

Blu’s latest mural comes with a strong statement

After a long vacation, street artist Blu came back to work with a massive new piece of street art in Rome, Italy. Located at Casa Dei Pazzi, the painting depicts Earth’s history in a spiraling timeline moving upward. It starts with Earth’s simplest life-forms and moves us through every major period of evolutionary history. Man makes his debut...

WALL/THERAPY 2015 adorns Rochester, NY with 14 new murals

Going into their fifth year, WALL/THERAPY recently transformed the city of Rochester, New York by inviting artists to paint 14 murals centering on the themes of surrealism and the fantastic. WALL\THERAPY is an art and community intervention project which uses murals as a means to transform the urban landscape and build a sense of community. Not...