Artistic getaway: the Jewish Quarter of Budapest

It’s the beginning of the week and you’re already wondering how you’ll face it ? You are impatiently waiting for Christmas Holidays and definitely need to travel ? Well, I can’t give you the holidays you deserve, but I can totally make you travel sharing with you my street art experience in the Jewish Quarter Read more about Artistic getaway: the Jewish Quarter of Budapest[…]

ARTIVISM: Skid Robot

When street art brings homeless people closer to their dreams. The « Skid Row », sadly known to be a place where thousands of people have to sleep on the sidewalk in Los Angeles found some hope in the work of Skid Robot. This American anonymous artist wanted to act with his own weapons in order to Read more about ARTIVISM: Skid Robot[…]

To the bone: when street art defends animals

Last week, we were hit by this dramatic news: in 40 years, 60% of animal species disappeared because of humans and the way they treat (and threat) Nature. We thus wanted to bring some hope to this cruel world introducing Sonny, an amazing British street-artist based in South-Africa who puts his huge talent at the Read more about To the bone: when street art defends animals[…]

Street Art in Berlin

How  long is now – Tacheles, Berlin – Germany   How long is now? Such a deep question to illustrate the tragic destiny of a wonderful artistic initiative in Berlin, named Tacheles. Tacheles was an art center in Berlin, which closed in September 2012, after 20 years of existence and collaboration between artists. First of Read more about Street Art in Berlin[…]

DO-IT-MONDAY recycle trash

DO-IT-MONDAY We kicked off this serie on recycling materials with the quote «one man’s trash is another man’s treasure». While we started to discover the wide world of street art already some years ago, we got acquainted with Francisco de Pájaro. And this Spanish rebel blew our minds with his «EL ARTE ES BASURA» or Read more about DO-IT-MONDAY recycle trash[…]

DO-IT-MONDAY recycle plastic

DO-IT-MONDAY Turning a vandal into a hero* by turning trash into art. A thin boundary between what is called graffiti and what is labelled as street art, what is legal and what is produced illegal, between the significance of an artist and a die-hard activist. At least when we highlight the works of Portuguese street-artivist Read more about DO-IT-MONDAY recycle plastic[…]

Creativity and Local Context

It has been so long that I even miss to write… sorry for the long post :p   Nowadays it is easy to see murals and beautiful pieces of art in the streets, but sometimes I ask myself: is there any kind of connection with the local context in this? After an awesome experience in Read more about Creativity and Local Context[…]

DO-IT-MONDAY recycle wood

DO-IT-MONDAY «One mans trash is another mans treasure» and that’s why we thought of a special serie within our DO-IT-MONDAY series… focussed on recycling what is out there. And let’s admit… we all love the environment and we all want to contribute to saving this planet little by little, right? So for this respectable reason Read more about DO-IT-MONDAY recycle wood[…]

DO IT MONDAY collage

DO-IT-MONDAY This week we explore the thin boundary between art and street art. Not to put too many things into boxes, we share with you an old tradition of making collages with some art-classics. And bringing them back to life with a young Belgian artist based in Portugal, sharing his passion and eye for detail Read more about DO IT MONDAY collage[…]

DO-IT-MONDAY tape art

DO-IT-MONDAY Today we are gonna start pasting around a little more because tape art could be the new hype to get ourselves into some sticky situations ; ) A wild and wide variety of opportunities to colour the city without leaving a permanent mark !   TAPE ART Let’s say this is an incredible new Read more about DO-IT-MONDAY tape art[…]