EverSiempre – Chokokue

Mural artist EverSiempre recently wrapped up a massive wall in Paraguay for the LatidoAmericano Street Art Festival. The new piece entitled “Chokokue” which means Farmer in Guarani, features a man with strands of colour behind him which is an abstract representation of the “Triple Alianza” War (Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay) funded by the British, and is a tribute to peasant social struggle in Paraguay.


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Logan Hicks – Story of my Life

Artist Logan Hicks recently has been working away at the infamous Houston & Bowery wall in New York City, where he painted an incredible new stencil piece entitled “Story of my Life.” The piece features his signature stencil style and features a number of important figures in his life such as Martha Cooper, Chris Stain, Sara & Marc Schiller of the Wooster Collective, Rosie Perez, Elbow Toe, Joe Iurato, The London Police, and Lori Zimmer.


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Dave Kinsey x PangeaSeed – “Sea of Change” Print Release

PangeaSeed is pleased to announce the latest print of the ongoing Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously – Vol. 2 print suite by guest artist Dave Kinsey (USA). The highlighted species of this special edition are coral reefs. More information and images after the jump!


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Jordan Kasey – Various Paintings

Jordan Kasey is a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, New York who creates stunning illustrative painting and mural works. After graduating with a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, he has exhibited in both solo and groups shows all over the United States.


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Smithe One – New Mural in Mexico City

Mexican artist Smithe One just finished this massive mural, commissioned by the Mexican Institute of Youth (INJUVE) in Metro Salto del Agua which is a metro (subway) station located in the Cuauhtémoc borough in Mexico City.

Well known for his male characters, this piece is a milestone of his career and one of Smithe’s biggest murals located in his hometown. “Ella” is the title of the piece, which means “She” and portrayed the side face of a lady as a homage to all the hardworking, strong and independent women out there. – Enriqueta Arias | Photo credit: Francisco Betanzos


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