Category - Street Art

Pejac visits Asia

Spanish artist Pejac took a recent trip to Asia and left created a string of new artwork along the way. In Hong Kong, Pejac created “Tagger”, a painting of a dragon who itself drew a heart using flames. Pelac used a flamethrower to draw the heart. The piece is meant to give this mythical creature a humanistic side. In Seoul, Korea, Pejac...

Murals in chalk by Philippe Baudelocque

As temporary as the medium is, French artist Philippe Baudelocque enjoys using chalk and white oil pastels to draw large murals of animals you can find all across Paris. Each one is created from a multitude of fragments filled with geometric patterns and starry patterns. The fragments themselves swirl and outline areas such as the protrusion of a...

Two new murals in the Bay Area by street artist Meggs

Australian street artist, Meggs, came to the Bay Area recently to create two new pieces of work especially designed for the cities here. First, he went to San Francisco’s Northbeach district to create a dramatic mural depicting a swallow. Located on 1 Rowland St., the swallow is a reference to both tattoo culture and the motifs that inspire his...

Graphic street art made of masking tape by Buff Diss

Whether he’s adding geometric texture to the side of a wall, representing figures from Roman mythology, or creating giant hands that appear to interact with the space around it, street artist Buff Diss takes a unique approach to his art by making the murals completely out of masking tape. The Australian artist uses the medium to create...

Street artist 1010 creates stunning 3D mural in Paris

A hole has appeared next to a highway in the French capital, but there’s nothing for locals to worry about – it’s just the latest work by street artist 1010. Known for playing with perspective and creating optical illusions on public pavements and walls, 1010 uses a carefully chosen array of colors and tones to create art that appears 3D –...