Amok Island – New Mural in Ravensthorpe, Western Australia

Dutch artist Amok Island recently completed one of Australia’s largest murals, spanning 25m high x 162m long, on three grain silos in Ravensthorpe, Western Australia. The mural entitled ‘Six stages of Banksia baxteri’ took 31 days to paint and each side of a silo depicts the different stages of the flowering cycle of this iconic Australian Banksia flower, only found in this area of Western Australia. From flower buds, to full bloom; to seedpods developing, drying out and opening. The animals portrayed in the mural are the species’ main pollinators; the Honey Possum and New Holland Honey eater.

The artwork encircles the three silo’s infinitely; the final silo marks the beginning once again, of the first, making a connection with the cycle of the seasons and grain farming processes the area is known for.

Commissioned by FORM and CBH Group.


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Kwest8825 – New Mural in Montreal, Quebec

Toronto based graffiti artist Kwest recently made his way out to the Belle Province to paint a massive new piece on the streets of Montreal. With no projectors or assistants, the piece took 30 cans and 10 gallons of bucket paint and was done in just 30 hours.


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Peter Chan – “Fata Morgana” @ Galerie Youn

Hong Kong born and Canada raised artist Peter Chan is recently unveiled a new exhibition entitled “Fata Morgana” at Galerie Youn in Montreal. More gallery images and information about the show after the jump!


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Fintan Magee – New Mural in Ragusa, Sicily

Australian artist Fintan Magee is back at it again with a massive new piece in Sicily. The new wall entitled “The Gardener” painted on the streets of Ragusa and features a giant man gardening with a subtle hint of trompe l’oeil at the top of the piece.


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Peter D. Harris – Toronto Inspired Paintings

Peter D. Harris was born in London, Ontario, and currently lives and works in Toronto, Ontario. He completed a degree in Fine Arts at the University of Waterloo in 1997. Since then he has exhibited his oil paintings in group and solo exhibitions in Canada and the United States. He has won several awards for his continuing series of urban inspired landscape paintings, including an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant and a Waterloo Region Arts Fund project grant. His work can be found in private collections in Canada, the United Stated and Europe. He is represented by the Mira Godard Gallery in Toronto.


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Above – New Mural in Washington, D.C

Street artist Above recently made his way out to Washington where he painted a new piece for the DC Mural Festival. With the support from ArtWhino who curated the project, Above painted a massive S that interweaves with one of his signature arrows.


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Does x Case Maclaim – Mural Work in Ostendstraße Metro Station

This summer Case Maclaim and Does teamed up to create a 6.600 m² painting in Frankfurt. Supported by a team of carefully selected assistants, they spent six weeks underground to paint the complete inside of Ostendstraße metro station. More info, images and videos after the jump!


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