Jarus – New Mural in Gothenburg

Aerosol artist Jarus recently made his way out to Sweden to paint a gigantic piece for the Artscape Festival in Gothenburg. The globetrotting muralist went sky high to paint a stunning photorealistic piece of a woman tying her hair.

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Simon Stålenhag – Dystopian Future Illustrations

Simon Stålenhag is an acclaimed digital artist best known for his highly imaginative images and stories portraying illusive sci-fi phenomena in mundane, hyper-realistic Scandinavian landscapes. His work often deals with the inevitability of a dystopian future where advanced technology is not just an extension of the human race, but married to it.


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INTI – New Mural for No Limit Festival

Street artist INTI was recently in Sweden for the No Limit Festival where he painted another beautiful gigantic mural. The Chilean muralist used his signature soft rendering techniques for a beautiful figure that stands transparent in front of a soft floral pattern.


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Lila – Full Movie

Lila is a special and unique graffiti video featuring a ton of trains on the outskirts of Malmö. Train writers from local crews such as MRD and OBH crush lay ups in Sweden but also crews from Berlin, Copenhagen, Vienna, Paris and Italy do their thing. Peep some flicks and the hour long video after the jump!

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Simple – The Peacekeeper

Street art Simple has been apart of the street art festval called No Limit Borås, which went down last week in Borås, Sweden. Here are some latest shots of Simple’s mural that he calls “The Peacekeeper”, which takes care of the neighbours in these incredible rough times on this planet!

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Eduardo Kobra – Alfred Nobel Mural in Sweden

Eduardo Kobra is currently in Sweden alongside other stellar artists such as Etam Cru and Natalia Rak who were invited to paint for the No Limit Boras festival. Kobra recently crushed a massive mural featuring a ton of colour and shapes but also incorporating a portrait of Alfred Nobel the father of the Nobel Prize.

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