The heart of urban art in Belfast is concentrated in the cathedral district. For the past ten years, urban artists and graffiti artists from all over the world have been painting huge frescoes and bringing colours to the walls.
Interview with Andy Council. Street artist based in Bristol.
I’m super excited to reveal this collaboration between My Dog Sighs and Curtis Hylton for this year’s Upfest summer edition. Location – Windmill hill Bristol. Duration – 5 days More information about: My Dog Sighs – Curtis Hylton Photo Gallery:
Created in 2017, NUART Aberdeen is back for the third year running. Nuart is an international street art festival created to present the most interesting and relevant Urban Art of our time.
The Lebenson Gallery is opening in London on Thursday 15 March 2018. Presenting Doppeldenk, Pure Evil, Ben Eine and secret guest artists. To include a print series, original artworks and neons, around the theme of “fun”. BEN EINE is one of London’s most prolific and original street artists who focuses exclusively on the central element [….]
Louis Masai interview “Art for Wildlife” Hi Louis, It’s a great pleasure to meet you. What is it like to be a street artist in London ? Are there particular areas/venues to meet up and share your passion with others ? I can tell you how it is from my perspective but its different [….]
Nuart Aberdeen street art festival / 12-15 April 2018 The line-up for Nuart Aberdeen street art festival has been unveiled, and what a line up it is! The walls of Aberdeen will be soon covered in new street art masterpieces. After the success of the first Nuart Festival in 2017, this great urban art event [….]
Vandals in Bristol have defaced one of Banksy’s most famous artworks. The artwork situated in Bristol’s Park Street is one of Banksy’s oldest murals, created in 2006. The vandals defaced the picture and wrote ‘F*** Banksy’ beneath. The damage was first spotted on Saturday afternoon. This is not the first time this classic Banksy has been [….]
Cheo is one of England’s most well known street artists. He began painting graffiti characters in the 1980’s. He kindly answered a few questions for StreetArt360. Hi Cheo, great to meet you, is there a story behind Cheo? Not really, when you are choosing a name for yourself you tend to go for something [….]
The Open/Close project in Dundee (Scotland) has been brightening up unloved doors in the backstreets of the city centre, in a bid to encourage locals and tourists alike to explore these interesting and often overlooked areas whilst adding a much-needed splash of colour! Thanks to the skills of 18 talented local artists, the trail was [….]