On 20th August, over 70 artists from around the world transformed a run-down street in central Bristol into a vibrant outdoor gallery. The majority of the work is permanent street art, so the galley remains in place for Bristol’s visitors and residents to enjoy. It’s called the See No Evil project, it’s based at Nelson street, and its creation involved over 13,400 cans of paint.
Here Bristol’s own Raspberry and Jam walk us through 36 hours in the life of the project.
I love this video of a mural painting by Canadian artist Will Hoffman, with funky soundtrack by HipGnosis. Simply cool and inspiring. Will Hoffman is based near Vancouver in Canada, and the video featured won the Best Overall award in his hometown’s Re-Imagine Art Festival. Enjoy the video.
5 Pointz: The Institute of Higher Burnin’,also known as the 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center is a huge outdoor gallery and street art space in New York, where graffiti artists from around the world adorn the walls of a 200,000-square-foot (19,000 m2) factory building.
Here reporter Ella of Rocketboom interviews Meres, the founder of 5pointz. He describes the space as a place where an artist can come and be guaranteed a wall, regardless of their skill level. We see artists at work, as well as some great views of what is an outdoor art gallery on a truly epic scale.
Source : Wikipedia -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:5_Pointz_Building_Rear_View.jpg
Berlin’s art culture is one of the most progressive and experimental in the world, and the city is home to a bold, intelligent and engaging street art scene. East-Berlin in particular, with its ramshackle post-communist buildings and urban decay cityscape makes a fascinating canvas for muralists and street artists.
In this fast-paced video, Luci of YouTube channel In a Berlin Minute shares her latest Berlin street art finds. Her top art picks include including painting, collage, sculpture and installation pieces.