Street artist LUDO recently crushed a new piece in France entitled “Love After All”. The new piece on the streets of Paris uses his signature colour palette and style and features a robotic Grim Reaper holding a thorny scythe with a rose head.
Infamous street artist JR has recently completed the dream of every artist in the world – his work is at The Louvre. Invited by the iconic museum, the French native worked tirelessly with a solid team of people who helped in covering the front of the famous pyramid with a wheat paste giving the glass structure the illusion of disappearing.
Brazilian street art legends Os Gemeos are back in Europe where they collaborated with long time friend JR on a new wall in Paris. The trio whipped together a few pieces featuring some of Os Gemeos’s yellow characters and JR’s signature photography wheatpastes. The mural installations took place somewhere along the tunnels of the Palais de Tokyo.
The Parallel Connection project is well under way in New York City and in light of this, Brazilian twins Os Gemeos were in town and teamed up with French part-time locals, JR and Andre Saraiva, to create some brilliant street side character pieces. The collective incorporated all of their signature sides while blending them within one another to create a vibe of life size monsters living among those who walk around Soho.
Hitting the streets of NYC and Philadelphia, NYC’s own Hanksy creates a new poster for the misguided and bigoted Presidential candidate Donald Trump. So far over two dozen “El Presidente” posters have been placed throughout the streets.
“I want to be to Donald what Shepard was to Barrack. I want to be Trump’s Fairey godmother.” -Hanksy
We just got back in contact with multidisciplinary artist Myneandyours about some fresh new work he’s been up to all over the globe. With recent trips in Spain and NYC, the British artist has been leaving his mark on everything in sight. On top of that Art of One recently made a mini-doc on his life and creative process. Take a look at all the images and video after the hop!
French artist Julien de Casabianca has created a brilliant new series of works entitled the “Outings Project” which moves famous portraits from gallery walls to street corners. The project which started late last year has already made its rounds all over the world. According to the project’s website, it’s a world participative project, encouraging anyone to “set art free” onto the streets.