Wild animals in the streets of Paris

Sophie, Photographe since 2010 sticks her animal portraits in Paris, to create fun and intriguing situations. She thoroughly prepares each installation as each animal must find its place in space, the neighborhood, the street…  A walking elephant, an owl landed on a cable, a giraffe coming out of the door… all images are perfectly integrated…

Street art by Daan Botlek

Rotterdam based street artist and illustrator Daan Botlek is known for his minimalist form of character-driven street art. His ghostly white figures painted on old building walls, are depicted to execute daring escapes interacting  with the space around them or  passing in and out of unseen dimensions.

Fake Building Facades by Patrick Commecy

Artist Patrick Commecy heads up a team of muralists that transform boring blank walls throughout France,  into vibrant scenes full of life. In his hyper-realistic paintings he  incorporates popular figures who belong to the town that he’s painting in. According to him urban frescoes improve the quality of life of residents, enrich the cultural heritage of the…

Fintan Magee Murals

Fintan Magee is an Australian street artist known for his murals throughout Queensland and later in New South Wales. Moving away from traditional graffiti in recent years his guerilla murals often inhabit the isolated, abandoned and broken corners of the city. Mixing surreal and figurative imagery his paintings are deeply integrated with the urban environment…

Street Art by Pejac

A collection of street art by spanish artist  Pejac. He creates murals mostly in black and white with a socio-critical background.

Zipper Installations by Jun Kitagawa

Japanese artist Jun Kitagawa installs zippers in buildings, on walls, and even in public ponds, around Japan. With his zippers, either painted on walls or sculpted , he intents to give viewers a more intimate look into the world we interact with every day through a familiar object.

Street Art in the Abandoned Village of Doel

Doel, a small village in Belgium, is scheduled to be completely demolished to make room for the expanding harbor of Antwerp. Most of its inhabitants were forced to leave, but artists from across Europe have made their way in to use it as a canvas for their work. Photographs by Romany WG.

Colorful Street Art Murals by ETAM CRU

Polish street art duo Sainer and Bezt aka Etam Crew create large scale murals on walls with characters in unique scenes. The human figure is usually the center of their work with a little bit of hyperrealism and a vibrant color palette.

Road Signs Street Art by Clet Abraham

Artist Clet Abraham has been sneaking around cities across Europe in the middle of the night and strategically placing stickers on street signs to alter their meanings. And while passers-by may crack a smile when they see the humorous signage, Abraham hopes people will think twice next time they are asked to follow an instruction.