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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Waone – New Mural in Richmond, VA

Street artist Waone recently made his way out to Virginia where he painted a stunning new mural on the streets of Richmond. The Ukrainian painter crushed an awesome monochromatic piece, which was curated by ArtWhino. Photo credits by Tostfilms.


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Tostfilms – Faith47 x Axel Void Artesano Project Rio San Juan RD

A quick time-lapse video presented by Tostflms over two days with Faith47 & AXEL VOID working on a collaboration for Artesano Project Rio San Juan, República Dominicana, Curated by INOPERAbLE Gallery Special thanks to Evoca1 for the invitation.

This mural was made inside and old abandon theater in Rio San Juan. The perfect location for this collaboration between Faith47 & Axel Void.

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Tostfilms – LMU BAYAMON Streetart

Here’s a new video from Tostfilms. This time around you can see how 6 different Puertorican artist work in collaboration with the University of PuertoRico in the municipality of Bayamon to create 6 murals inside the university to stimulate the college students starting the new semester with some quality art work.

The project was curated by Matadero Art and Documented by tostfilms. Name of the artists Vero Rivera tittle “En brote” (golden leaf wall), Patricia Esperanza tittle “Mareo” (Black and white wall), Ricardo Sanchez “Eterna Existencia” (apple with a brain wall), Sergio Vazquez “Volando en cantos” (the purple floating student) Aslan1 “Imaginate” (the fish and paper wall), The stencil Network “Cowboy Glitch” (distorted cowboy) Jorge Fusaro “La oscuridad es la luz que no vez” (the tunnel with the street wall).

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Juan Salgado at SEL4 – “Duality”

Presented by TostFilms, Puerto Rican tattoo artist Juan Salgado creates a mural for SEL4 (Santurce Es Ley 4) art festival. In this video, time-lapse photography is used to capture every moment of Salgado’s meticulous process while he paints the entire side of a building.

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