Alexander Isakov is an artist based in Berlin, Germany; he shared on Behance a beautiful parking space revamped by the hands of his craft. He worked on many projects including a lot of murals and it's nice seeing Alexander for a change on a parking space. I really do appreciate the fact he also shares his process through a timelapse, it's kind of great seeing the layers of work behind the art piece. The boldness of those black lines are making his style quite unique and especially at a larger scale.
Truly Design Studio is a communication studio based Turin, Italy, they specialized in different types of work. They have focused on urban art, illustration and graphic design for commercial and artistic projects. They also worked for several brands such as Fiat Group, Martini, Samsung, Nike, EMI and more. We are featuring their collaborative project with Clementino, Spotify, Universal Music Italia, and Polydor, turning an old basketball court into an illusion piece that says: O Passato / 'O Futuro. Check out the video right below.
Craig Ward is a design director (Words are Pictures) based in New York, NY, USA. He was commissioned by Squarespace to dress-up a mural located in Shoreditch, East London with their tagline: "Make It". These mural designs are gorgeous, they are both an illusion mixed with straight digital art. Where you need to take a second look or just basically whatever you are doing to enjoy the piece of art. Props to Craig for his wonderful work.
Yann Nguema is a digital artist based in Tours, France, he has being working on some particular project. How about re-imagining Łódź's main Piotrkowska Avenue for the 2018 Light Move Festival. I would totally ask you guys to check out the video, it features 32 light doors over 700 (about 2300 feet) meters long. Driven by lasers and neons, I think this light installation is given so much character for the festival. Check out the video as well, enjoy!
Happy Friday, all! We're delighted to feature this charming street art project perfectly blending two passion areas of the talented João Pereira dubbed D’outros Tipos. Lisbon-based Pereira began working on this artistic project in 2017 with a focus of merging together two of his creative passions: graffiti and typography. The end result, a mural inspired by the great Alphaville song "Forever Young." The message conveyed is visually strong and is a spot on representation of Pereira's optimistic mindset.
We hope you're getting familiar with the Adobe Creative Residency program at this point, an amazing endeavor brought to us by the dreamers at Adobe who are generously empowering talented individuals to spend a year focusing on a passion project, while sharing their experiences and processes with the creative community.
Interesting mixture of street art and illustration; also for a good cause. Promoting environmental awareness, Brooklyn-based designer Ricardo Gonzalez took part of a festival that took place in Cancun, México (Avenida Uxmal). Giving the ocean a voice, Ricardo and other nine international and local artists came together for creating a positive impact in the perception for our future. Change the Future.
Gotta love a huge painted wall. It certainly took a great effort from the artist. Years practicing, evolving, until someone thinks you're good and worthy enough to be responsible for such an canvas. Andrew Hem is an amazing artist that has been painting beautiful illustrations around the world. It sure must be a blast for the artist to see the finished product. An imagination turned into a gigantic piece or art. These amazing artworks are only a handful of Andrew's work. For more of it, please visit his Instagram! I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;)
It has been quite a long time since the last post on graffiti but after spending some time on Unsplash I rediscover the incredible work of street artists all over the world. Thanks to great photographers I selected some quite inspiring graffiti artworks, not so much of the conventional 3D typography, but more of the stylish and almost pop art style. The most fascinating thing about graffiti for me besides the colors and creativity, it's the size.
Shepard Fairey is one of those artists that you might not have heard of, but you've definitely seen at least one of his works. Unless you've been leaving under a rock for the past 10 years, you've seen the Obama Hope poster all around at some point. Well, that's Shepard right there.
Grafitti gotta be the dopest of all art forms. To draw massive artwork on a huge wall, and make it look awesome, it requires a lot of talent, and Etam Cru has tons of it. Check out his insane talent! He's been all over spreading and sharing with us his fantastic skills... he's painted all over Europe and also in America. For more of his dope work, please visit his personal portfolio! I hope you enjoy these! Cheers! ;)
Kevin Ledo is a graffiti artist who traveled the world painting walls and beautiful murals. I selected some of his amazing murals to share with you, enjoy the view and appreciate the art! For more from Kevin Ledo visit kevinledo.com.
Street art is something I really love it! Maybe it's because it's raw, without perfectionism and at the same time I can see how good the is the artist to make a masterpiece in every kind of canvas. GRAFFMATT, also known as Mattieu Laine, is a French artist that is developing his first street art project called CAPHARNAÜM, it is an installation in his home town that is going to be demolished. It's possible to see the effort and love in each piece of art and every wall of the house. The result of this projetct that last from 2013 to 2015 it's tottaly amazing!
The Museum of Childhood in London created a project where they mapped the streets of London with artworks by many different artist with the theme ""See the world through a child's eye". Check it out! For more info visit mocseetheworld.com/. by MICK MARSTON
The super creative Russian graffiti artist Nikita Nomerz started a super cool project called "The living Wall" in which he finds the perfect spot to bring life to it by adding faces and human characteristics to these walls. Check it out! For more from Nikita Nomerz visit nomerz.blogspot.com.
Agostino Lacurci is a Italian artist and has been painting huge murals all over Europe. His style is very artistic and different from any graffiti you have seen before. Enjoy! For more from Agostino Lacurci visit agostinoiacurci.com. Abithoudini Via Lugaro, Turin (Italy)
These awesome graffiti murals were done for Pow! Wow! Hawaii, an amazing art event that has artists from all over the globe involved to create amazing art. Check them out! Find out more about Pow! Wow! Hawaii at powwowhawaii.com. Mural by Kinsey dedicated to his father
It's been quite a long time since the last time we posted about street art and graffiti. There are some many styles and things to love about graffiti, especially in terms of typography. The work we featured today explore a lot of geometric shapes in the compositions which make them quite unique. For more information and also more images check out the Flickr profile of Kacao77 Universes
Brain Mash is an amazing artist from Novosibirsk, Russian Federation. He specializes in graffiti murals with awesome graphics and a lot of details, check them out! For more from Brain Mash visit /brain-mash.com and behance.net/brainmash. Zombieland
Time for some super slick graffiti here at Abduzeedo! This time we're featuring the work of German street artist HRVB, TheWeird. He's got a crazy good style, with lots of details and sick colors. Check it out! Here you can see some of his best works out there. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at Behance... this guy definitely needs all the exposure he can get, because he's that good! I hope you liked it. Cheers! ;)