Lie Lie Land

Anonymous street artist Bambi created this controversial stencil piece titled “Lie Lie Land” as a parody of the promotional posters for movie “La La Land” in Islington, north London, England.
Instead of depicting the actors, she switched it up to show Trump twirling with the United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Theresa May.


~ By Bambi ~ Photo: Bambi Street Artist on Facebook

Have a peaceful day!

Who Is Fin DAC?

Fin DAC is an Irish artist based in London, UK who makes murals of beautiful women with eye masks and gorgeous clothes. He believes – just like the 19-century art movement The Aesthetics did – that the purpose of art is to bring the beauty to the world. Art doesn’t have to comment on political and social issues, it can be simly beautiful to look at.

~ By Fin DAC ~ Photo:

Fin DAC named his style ‘Urban Aesthetics’, in which he combines the modern urban stencil art and traditional art of portrait.

~ By Fin DAC ~ Photo:

Fin DAC paints real women that he meets in person. He likes to choose different types of women to capture the beauty of women of all ethnicities. 

“Instead of capturing the women into the stereotype and exploiting their desire to fit in, he gives them freedom to be themselves on the surfaces of many walls. ” –

~ By Fin DAC ~ Photo:

Have a beautiful day!

Who Is Attai?

“Once it was called something else.
Then the letters a.t.t.a.i. were spat out of an old phone and they sat blinking on the table for a bit.
Attai changed shape into a big rolled up ball made of graffiti, music, art, design, grit, moss and hair.
The ball got sick of painting its name, so it started painting other things, with ideas inside.

Attai lives in London and paints wherever it can.”

London based artist Attai is known for painting vibrant houses to bring some colour to the grey walls.


~ By Attai ~ Star Yard London – Photo:

On his website Attai likes to add a little comment to every project:

“Trying to flip these houses on their heads and dodging the rain to finish this up before dark.
There’s some strange goings on around here at night.”


~ By Attai ~ Brockley Street Art Festival – Photo:

My piece from the Brockley Street Art Festival 2016, was based a round the idea of a tornado flipping the houses all over the place.
Some Wizard of Oz undertones going on here.
Was tons of fun getting up in a cherry picker and great to finally tackle something on this scale.”

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By Said Dokins II

Click here for previous post full of Said Dokins’ amazing walls.

Said Dokins’ last wall is located in Brickline, London, created with the support of @globalstreetart to commemorate the anniversary of the abduction and subsequent disappearance of 43 students from the Ayotzinapa’s Teacher College in the Mexican state of Guerrero.
This is a series of calligrams of concrete poetry, featuring Rosario Ibarra’s words:
“You will rise from any place, anywhere, to greet and hug me, and recover in that embrace, all the suns that they have stolen from me”
“They took them alive! We want them alive!”

Said Dokins London

~ By Said Dokins ~ Soles robados – Brickline, London

Said Dokins Brickline London

~ By Said Dokins ~ Soles robados – Brickline, London

The second mural titled “Devenir animal” (becoming animal) is another collaboration with French artist Monkey Bird in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

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Fanakapan Exhibition

Starting tomorrow Fanakapan is going to have his first ever solo show titled ‘INFLATION’ in London at BSMT Space – a contemporary project space situated underground in the centre of Dalston. The exhibition runs until 24th April!

Fanakapan Inflation


“BSMT SPACE is very proud to present ‘INFLATION’ – the first solo show by acclaimed Street Artist Fanakapan, opening on the 8th of April with a private viewing on April 7th. One of the most impressive artists on the scene, with a style of his own that he continually redefines, Fanakapan is set to push the boundaries of his visual masterpieces further in what will be a stellar exhibition that you really won’t want to miss.”

Fanakapan Brixton

~ By Fanakapan ~ Photo: globalstreetart

For more information about Fanakapan’s work click here → Who Is Fanakapan?

Have a great day!

Meet Stik

“This piece is called Art Thief,” says the street artist known as Stik. It’s a searingly hot day in Shoreditch, east London, and we’re standing outside his old studio on Pitfield Street. Painted on the door, one of his distinctive black-and-white figures carries another under its arm. “In a way, that’s me carrying off the artwork,” Stik explains. “I had a policy that I never sold any art, and then I did, and it changed. I wrestle to maintain some sort of purity.”
Stik is a garrulous, upbeat, youthful-looking character, who says he is “almost middle-aged”. His identity isn’t exactly a secret (“I’m no Scarlet Pimpernel”), but he politely withholds even basic biographical details: “I’m Stik now.”
– Stik for TheGuardian

~ By Stik ~ London - Photo:

~ By Stik ~ Shoreditch, London – Photo:

~ By Stik ~ Shoreditch, east London - Photo:

~ By Stik ~ Shoreditch, east London – Photo:

Read more to see Stick’s iconic black-and-white figures!

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