Sherrie Wilson x TelmoMiel – New Mural in Perth, Australia

Sherrie Wilson Projects just finished working on a killer new large-scale mural project with Dutch Art dream team, TELMOMIEL. The street art duo spent a week in Western Australia in the city of Perth creating the piece of what appears to be a young boy reading with his grandfather.

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Studio Giftig – Bird is the Word

Dutch rts collective Studio Giftig (comprising of Niels van Swaemen and Kaspar van Leek) recently came out with their first mural of 2017 at a real estate agency. The new interior wall features a hyperrealistic rendering of a bearded man who has birds floating around his hands.


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Studio Giftig – Various Murals

Studio Giftig is specialized in making murals and illustrations. Our expertise lays in the contrast between our graphic and illustrative style versus the photorealistic way of painting, or the combination of both. These examples make for lots of opportunities.


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A. Boogert – 800 Pages of Colour Mixing in 1692

Hundreds of years ago an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down to write a book in Dutch about mixing watercolours. This artist would mix and write about the colours and its effects in a book spanning nearly 800 pages long. The book itself resembles immensely our contemporary pantone colour chart which wasn’t published until 1963, almost 300 years later. The book is kept in Aix-en-Provence, France and can be read HERE.

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Overrated Magazine – Never Confess

Dutch graffiti magazine “Overrated” is celebrating the launch of their new website with the first episode of their video series “Never Confess”. The video series will have tons of Amsterdam metro system destruction.The first episode features crews such as 3F, NC and ETG.

Levi van Veluw – Family “Origin of the Beginning”

Levi van Veluw has release his latest word, entitled Family. The most recent installment of his “Origin of the Beginning” series. Family consists of various installations, photographs and videos that reflect on van Veluw’s childhood. The installation measures 4m x 2.5m x 2.5m which depicts Veluw’s whole family, covered in 20,000 dark brown wooden blocks and constructed without any digital manipulation. Wow, just wow.