New interesting doc series about street art that you can watch on their website here.

Check out the trailler and the two first episodes to have a taste.

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Toilet Bowls Waterfall by the artist Shu Yong

This odd piece was presented during The festival of ceramics in Foshan, in South China’s Gunagdong Province. It’s exactly what it looks like: a 100 meters long and five meters height Toilet Seat Waterfall created out of 10,000 toilet accessories like toilets, sinks and other sanitary ware.


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Some highlights of the Moniker Art Fair in London.


[Wall painted by D*face]

[Inside] [Txemy]

[“Made in China”. Artwork made out of more than 5.000 soldiers by Joe Black]



[Matt Small]

[“A Pill a Day”. Bronze sculpture by Beejoir]

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Graffiiti Wars

Awesome documentary that examines a bit further the battle between Robbo and Banksy (here a previous post), as well as giving some thoughtful insights on the graffitti and street art scene in London.

You can watch online:

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Installation by Noam Ben-Jacov


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(Mare Street, 4pm, August 9, 2011)

London Riots in Hackney by Leon Mark & Ruben Moreira


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Video installation by Spencer Tunick in Vienna.

‘The well-known artist has been documenting the live nude figure in public, with photography and video, since 1992.’

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 “Banksy has no balls’ instead of the original “No ball games”.

The eternal battle between the street artists Robbo and Banksy in London!

(Original Banksy’s stencil at Regent’s Canal)

(Robbo vc Banksy’s grafitti intervention)

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Giant animals by ROA

If you live in East London you will find this post a common place especially because you have already seen these graffiti on the streets. However, I would like to show this artwork for everyone that appreciates street art. I love it and I always smile when I walk past one of these giants on the street. Thanks ROA for cheering up my days. ;)

(Great Eastern St)

(Club Row St)

(Hackney Road)

(Car Parking at Hackney Road)

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Check out the artist EL Mac painting his grandma-in-law in Ho Chi MInh city, Vietnam.

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