New Jersey-based artist Joe Iurato creates tiny wooden figures sculptures and places them in the public sphere. The little wooden figures are set in numerous scenarios around the streets to interact with the urban environment.
Street artists Pixel Pancho and Vhils recently collaborated on a mural in Lisbon, Portugal for “Underdogs“. The duo utilized their signature styles and went large (as per usual) on a building next to the the Tagus river near where it empties into the Atlantic Ocean.
Dorota Pankowska is a young street artist from Brampton, Ontario, Canada who is creating magnificent street art work from household products. The artist is creating logos on walls and objects of companies using their very own products (i.e. Gilette logo out of shaving cream). Some blogs out there are calling the Pankowska “Food Banksy”.
Herakut was out in Mannheim, Germany to create a new piece of the “Giant Storybook Project”. In this large-scale mural, Herakut has one of her signature characters towering over the public with the accompanying text saying “My Super Hero Power is Forgiveness.”
We don’t know basically anything about Zebrating, other than what appears to be a group of artists who create magnificent street art works that fool the viewer and appears different depending on the angle which it is viewed.