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.
The French street art sensation, hiding behind the OakoAk nickname, is a “pen pusher” by day, and creates his clever and opportunistic urban interventions by night.
Could you think of a better symbol of coziness than a nicely-knit scarf or sweater, draped over one's shoulders? Well, some people around the world thought that our urban city horizons could use some warmth, too, and came up with yarn bombing - a sort of knitted graffiti, placed around all kinds of objects on...
French artist Mademoiselle Maurice creates incredibly colorful origami street art that may look naive at first glance, but in fact it is deep, sensitive and closely connected with the events encountered during her daily life.
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...
One hundred artists were given an opportunity to uniquely redesign 100 phone booths in São Paulo. The result is beyond all expectations. One hundred completely useless or just vandalized booths were transformed into incredible works of art.
If you visit Águeda town (Portugal) during July, you may see that some streets are beautifully decorated with colorful umbrellas. They float over the heads of pedestrians giving a nice shade and something gorgeous to look at.
While city authorities are arresting and banning street artists from Olimpics venues, the notorious Banksy released two new stencils on his personal site on Monday.
As part of the George Town festival in Penang, Malaysia, Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic (25) is decorating the city walls with his clever street art.
French artist Sandrine Estrade Boulet photographs everyday objects on the streets of Paris and then draws over them to give new meaning to ordinary things like street posts, pavement cracks or even a broken umbrella. Sandrine says she likes to sit on a bench even for only two minutes, watching our every day surroundings and...