San Francisco-based artist Mona Caron is fascinated with the beauty and resilience of urban weeds, which inspired her to create these gorgeous weed murals.
U.S. artist Zaria Forman's beautiful images of water and glaciers may seem like photos at first, but they're not – they're photo-realistic drawings that she created using soft pastels and her fingers!
Pejac is a talented Spanish street artist whose works are widely recognized and appreciated all over Europe. The artist stands out for his light-hearted humor and poetic themes that make refined insights abut our world.
This horse-shoe-shaped architectural marvel, The Markthal Rotterdam, features an open food market, 100 fresh produce units, 15 food shops, 8 restaurants, 228 apartments, and 1,200 parking places. It combines shopping, working and going out in one unit.
Six massive industrial silos on the Granville Island in Vancouver, Canada, have been wonderfully transformed into six vividly colored giants by Brazilian graffiti artist duo Os Gemeos. Octavio and Gustavo Pandolfo, the twin brothers behind Os Gemeos, dedicated roughly a month of their time to create this astonishing piece as part of the Vancouver Biennale....
Pejac, a well-recognized street artist, recently visited Paris again to leave his artsy footprint behind with at least three new tongue-in-cheek wall paintings.
Belgian street artist Bart Smeets, aka Smates, recently finished his latest work – a giant mural depicting a hyper-realistic dog under water. If you’re in Belgium, don’t miss the chance to see Smates’s mural, which is located on De Langhestraat in Mechelen.
You've probably already noticed that street art is getting bigger and bigger lately, with giant murals taking up entire buildings. Inspired by My Modern Met’s 15 Massive Street Art Murals Around the World, we decided to add a couple of our own picks to the list...