British artist Lucy Williams creates incredible collage work of 20th century architecture. The architectural landscapes are realized after hours of meticulously cutting and assembling various materials such as paper and cardboard, which makes the work appear photorealistic.
Born in Bogota, Colombia, Federico Uribe lives and works in Miami. His artwork resists classification. Rooted in the craft of sculpture and paint, it rises from intertwining everyday objects in all possible and surprising ways, but still with a formal reference to the history and tradition of classical art.
Alex Brewer, better known by his pseudonym Hense, recently took a trip to Norfolk, Virginia where he painted a mural for the Glass Wheel Studio which was a building designed by architect Burrell Saunders. Using his signature abstract style, the piece adds some nice colour to Norfolk’s Art District.
Photographer Rodrigo Mirando had a chance to follow around graffiti artist Ale VLOK for 12 hours in Cologne, Germany (also known as Köllefornia). In the twelve hours, the graffiti artist and photographer steered clear of sunsets on the beach and took advantage of the train stations instead.
One of our personal favourite artists Bordalo ii was recently in Las Vegas for the Life Is Beautiful festival thrown by Just Kids in Las Vegas. In his signature way of working, Bordalo used recycled materials found from all around the city and created a giant mural consisting of 4 dogs with a vibrant turquoise background in the background.
Lunar New Year, better known as LNY, recently made a trip over to New Jersey to crush a new mural. The piece entitled “The Reflective Black Body” has two beautifully rendered black women holding each others heads with a colourful sky and moon being juxtaposed through their appendages and backgrounds.