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.
UK based artist Helen Bur has just completed a new painting in Boulogne-Sur-Mer, France. Entitled “Shift of the centre” the mural, approx 12x9mt, was painted for the Boulogne-Sur-Mer street art project organised by Amziane Abid. With a strong connotation linked to the concept of motherhood and reval
Pablo S. Herrero's recent project, "Vía Oeste," has brought three stunning murals to the picturesque town of Villavieja de Yeltes in Salamanca, Spain. Titled "Ilex Umbra," these murals pay tribute to the significant oak trees in the area, offering a poignant connection between art and nature.
A group of philanthropists and arts patrons are said to be looking into purchasing the recently bankrupted San Francisco Art Institute’s two-acre Russian Hill campus with the intention of reopening the school there. The campus is one of two belonging to SFAI, and is home to a $50 million Diego Rivera mural, The Making of a Fresco Showing the Building of a City, 1931, which the group has said they will keep in place. The school’s second campus, Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, a $15 million expansion described by SFist as “spectacularly unwise,” was completed in 2017 and is currently not
Los Angeles-based artist David Emanuel Mordechai Torres, better known as RABI, has a new show opening at the new Urban Nation Museum Satellite Gallery, in Neukölln, during Berlin Art Week. _gen+esc is a series of short art films featuring contemporary artists discussing their work and their relationship to theme of escapism. The interviewees each wear a green suit which RABI uses as a canvas, collaging an endless stream of pop culture references directly onto their bodies. Artists in the video series include, Lauren YS, Faith XLVII, Drew Merrit, Audrey Kawasaki, and a handful of others. Curated by Michelle Houston, the _gen_esc exhibition will include a screening of selected episodes, as well as ceramic sculptures and installations which utilize AR technology. RABI will also be painting a mural after the show opens. Have a look at a couple of the episodes below.