Portugese street artist Alexandre Farto, aka WHILS, is determined to change the way people perceive the beauty of our cities. In his series, called Scratching the Surface, WHILS uses his exquisite carving technique to reveal the multi-layered faces of our cities, which are the products of constant construction and deconstruction.
Chinese-born artist DALeast won't reveal his true name, but his 3D graffiti pieces speak of him on walls in several different continents. Currently based in South Africa, this 29-year-old street artist spends half a year traveling around the world, and has already drawn on walls in Miami, London, New York and other places.
As if psychiatric hospitals were not creepy enough, Brazilian street artist Herbert Baglione inhabits them with his own ghosts. While visiting Parma, Italy, the artist drew ghostly black shadows on the walls of an abandoned psychiatric hospital, calling it a 1000 Shadows project.
Once street artist DS saw the man cleaning the wall and removing his creation, the artist took a photo of him and stenciled it, only to stick it back to the same spot later. Even if you're not a big fan of street art yourself, you gotta admit - the guy does have a good...
Luis Seven Martins, going by the L7m nickname, merges nature with urban art in his beautiful series of graffiti birds. Each of his works is a beautiful combination of something elegant and rough at the same time!
You probably remember the beautiful roof of Floating Umbrellas that covered the streets in Agueda, Portugal last year - seeing how much everybody loved the idea, Sextafeira Produções set up this installation this year again!
Toronto-based artist Dudeman gives your home the ultimate urban feel by bringing street art indoors, and presents his stylish graffiti furniture.
Paris-based artist Mademoiselle Maurice presented a couple of new origami installations, set in the city of Angers, France, which were created out of more than 30 000 paper folds.
Meet Gogelmogel, an independent artist from Lithuania, who creates unexpected and witty artworks from funny street art installations to photo mashups.
Artists Joe O’Connell and Blessing Hancock created 6 gorgeous chandeliers by recycling old bike parts, and used them to turn an underpass in San Antonio, Texas, into a public art space.
Canadian artist, known by his Roadsworth nickname, creates witty street art around Montreal as his manifesto in support for more bicycle lanes.