Mural painting is an art form that dates back centuries, and is still widely used today to create beautiful, eye-catching works of art. Murals can be found in homes, businesses, and public spaces, and can range from traditional to modern designs. Mural news, articles, and videos can keep you up to date with the latest trends and techniques in mural painting, as well as highlight inspiring projects from around the world.
Gorgeous natural beauty today from a part of the world known for hosting millions of butterflies during their annual migration to the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in Mexico, where millions of monarchs gather each year to overwinter in the oyamel fir forests, primarily in the state of Michoacán. Street artist, muralist, biologist, and entomologist, Mantra has traveled to this region [...]
Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening:1. BR1 & GEC - Fieno e Asfalto (Hay and Asphalt) 2. Ai Weiwei - Studio Visit - Via Design Boom 3. Amy: Beyond the Stage Mural - Via The Design Museum BSA Special Feature: BR1 & GEC - Fieno e Asfalto (Hay and Asphalt) Ready to witness an unauthorized intervention like you probably haven’t [...]
“Arranged in a subtle ballet,” describes FAITH XLVII of her newest exhibition in Nancy, France. The South African graffiti writer, muralist, and contemporary urban artist has traveled the world extensively and worked tirelessly to develop her milieu, her point of view, and her own spectacular visual language over the last two decades plus. Now her exhibition C/air-Obscur at Musée des [...]
Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico has what may be called a thriving graffiti and street art scene - growing significantly over the past decade. Many local and international artists have gained recognition and support from local authorities, who have sponsored large-scale murals and other public art projects throughout the city. Mode-AWC and Erik Barraza pay tribute to the Mexican boxing world [...]
Blue re-creates his mural from 2009 and gives the neighborhood of Carmel, in Barcelona, Spain reasons to be overwhelmed with joy. The internationally known and respected muralist, street artist and activist, Italian painter BLU worked intensely for one month with the producer, B-Murlas of this 70 meters mural (about 230 feet) to paint his new Tauró del Carmel mural on the same wall and street [...]
Both abstract and gestural, figurative and architectural, the works of Trinidadian Canadian painter Denyse Thomasos (1964–2012) vibrate with the punitive potential of human structures. It was fitting, then, that this retrospective of the late artist’s oeuvre opened with a photograph of Thomasos at work on Hybrid Nations, 2005, a large-scale mural whose composition is dominated by a computer rendering of a sage-green panopticon. Single-storied, unlike Jeremy Bentham’s prototype, Thomasos’s edifice has quadrants that radiate from the center with varied geometric forms—including the graphic