Giant Beast In Ibiza!

Bisser has been on the wild island of Ibiza in August this year where he painted a giant mural titled “La Trampa” (“The Trap”) for the Bloop Festival.
The result was a giant faceless creature absorbing all the other smaller happy characters.
This giant creature with a nice colorful spiral that absorbs everyone within its range slightly resembles a drug. All the small people don’t resist and seem to be enjoying the effects of this hypnotic spiral.

Bisser La Trampa

~ By Bisser ~ La Trampa ~ Sant Antoni, Ibiza – Photo: Bisser’s Facebook

Bisser La Trampa Mural

~ By Bisser ~ La Trampa ~ Sant Antoni, Ibiza – Photo: Bisser’s Facebook

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Why So Serious ?

Mural by Akse depicting Heath Ledger as Joker with his signature line “Why so serious” from The Dark Knight.

~ By Akse ~ Joker, spraypainted at In-Joy Festival 2OI4, from globalstreetart

~ By Akse ~ Joker, spraypainted at In-Joy Festival 2OI4, from globalstreetart

More work by Akse is coming up tomorrow!


The Red Paint Experiment

I found this article on Mobstr’s website and it made me smile so I could not resist sharing it.

It is a photo story by street artist Mobstr who documented the development of this wall.
See the whole experiment and the funny trasformation 🙂

~ Photo by Mobstr ~ From Artfido

~ Photo by Mobstr ~

Mobstr explained: “I cycled past this wall on the way to work for years. I noticed that graffiti painted within the red area was ‘buffed’ with red paint. However, graffiti outside of the red area would be removed via pressure washing. This prompted the start of an experiment. Unlike other works, I was very uncertain as to what results it would yield. Below is what transpired over the course of a year.”

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Louvre Street Art

While visiting the Louvre last last year, artist and filmmaker Julien de Casabianca was struck by an Ingres painting of a female prisoner tucked unceremoniously into a corner of the museum. He suddenly had an idea: what if he could somehow free her—both figuratively and literally—by reproducing her figure on a public street. People may not know the painting, or even the artist, but at least the image would be seen by potentially hundreds or even thousands more people who may never visit the Louvre. With that single act, the Outings Project was born.*

Outings Project ~ By Julien de Casabianca ~

Outings Project ~ By Julien de Casabianca ~

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