Street Update #168 Graffiti & Street Art .magSlideContent .slides img { display: block; width: 100%; } .magSlideContent{ border: 4px solid #ffffff; } July 1, 2018 Angie Kordic Studied Photography at IED in Milan, Italy. Passionate about art, frequent visitor of exhibitions, Widewalls photography specialist and Editor-in-Chief. What you see here in our image slider is an update on Banksy’s invasion of Paris this past month. After several speculations on whether the stencils really belong to our dearly beloved, the artist traditionally confirmed it on his Instagram account. Rats, history references and some slightly puzzling pieces – it’s all there, and the world of street art is going crazy. Some of the pieces are already behind glass (yes, in the street), while others are defaced, but it is not something we’re not used to when it comes to this particular individual. While I’m quite sure we will see more of his conquests even after this article is published, I am pleased to feature the ones we know so far – because let’s face it, Banksy makes conversation no matter what. Of course, it wasn’t just Banksy who was out there painting some walls – after all, summer is here and we can definitely expect many festivals in the coming few months. Below, find the most dazzling murals from the month of June. For even more street art, follow Widewalls on Instagram! NEVERCREW in Switzerland Christian Rebecchi and Pablo Togni, better known as NEVERCREW, recently visited the Swiss town of Chur and participated in the local Street Art Festival. The result is a mesmerizing mural titled Home Ground featuring a big bear and a nice color palette. New wall by @nevercrew titled “Home ground” made for in Chur (CH) #nevercrew #mural #streetart #urbanart #wallart A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 26, 2018 at 11:55am PDT MadC in Germany A new abstract mural by MadC is now a part of the Artwalk Saarbrücken initiative, hosted by the eponymous city in Germany. It took the German artist four days to complete this 2500 square feet artwork, which features her signature lining and blocks of color. New vibrant mural by @mad_c1 in Saarbrücken, Germany #streetart #urbanart #mural #wallart #saarbrücken #germany A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 20, 2018 at 8:31am PDT Sebas Velasco and Sainer in France When two muralists of extreme talent team up for a mural that captures it best, we are bound to expect something exactly like this. Behold, the joint portrait by Sebas Velasco and Sainer of the Etam Cru, titled Nemanja and painted on Fontaine, France. Let it sink in. “Nemanja” – A collaborative mural by @sebasvelasco1 and @sainer_etam in Fontaine, France #streetart #urbanart #mural #wallart #sebasvelasco #sainer #etamcru A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 19, 2018 at 12:50pm PDT Roc Blackblock in Portugal In June 2017, Portugal’s Pedrógão Grande caught on great fire, causing much distress and many deaths. A year later, this wonderful tribute appeared on the wall of a building in Covilhã, painted by an urban artist from Barcelona, Roc Blackblock. The painting was made possible thanks to the Wool Urban Art Festival. A beautiful tribute to the work of firefighters during the fire of Pedrógão Grande, made for the Wool Urban Art Festival of Covilhã, by Roc Blackblock, an urban artist from Barcelona @rocblackblock @wool_urbanartfestival #rocblackblock #streetart #streetartportugal #urbanart #wallart #arteurbana #contemporaryart #artecontemporanea #covilhã #woolfest18 A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 18, 2018 at 5:00am PDT Bordalo II and Okuda in Bora Bora At ONO’U, one of the largest international graffiti and street art festival in the Pacific region, Bordalo II and Okuda San Miguel created a colorful piece of trash – a bear that is half mosaic by Okuda and half construction by Bordalo II. The artists were inspired by some environmental issues that they found in this part of paradise. @b0rdalo_ii and @okudart join forces for an awesome mural in Bora Bora for @onoutahiti #streetart #mural #okuda #bordaloii #urbanart #trashart #wallart #borabora #tahiti A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 16, 2018 at 1:18pm PDT Hopare in France As part of the Cicada Festival in the French city of Uzès, young artist Hopare created this alluring portrait. It is titled Parasite and it features a poignant female figure whose stare is accompanied by a swirl of lining – something this artist is well known for. Breathtaking new work by @hopare1 titled “Parasite” made for @cicadafestival in Uzes, France Photo: Jack Sullivan #hopare #streetart #urbanart #wallart #paint #france #mural A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 2, 2018 at 2:12pm PDT Bifido in Albania Commenting on this mural that he created for Tirana Mural Fest, Bifido said: ”Working, talking, scoping , breathing Tirana atmosphere, I really realized, for the very first time, how it feels to be a woman caught in the grips of this male chauvinist society, to be a woman physically and mentally oppressed by men.” NEw work by BIFIDO – “Girl just wanna have fun” made in Tirana, Albania for Tirana Mural Fest @bifidoart #bifido #streetart #mural #urbanart #wallart #tirana #albania A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 5, 2018 at 3:24pm PDT Awer in Albania This work by Awer is titled Organized Confusion and this name really does it justice. Also painted in the capital of Albania, only for the first edition of murAL festival, it shows hypnotic webs and intriguing colors. New work by @awerart titled “Organized Confusion” in Tirana for first edition of murAL festival #albania #tirana #mural #streetart #urbanart #awer A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 9, 2018 at 4:18pm PDT Joram Roukes in Denmark A 26 meter high mural was painted on a silos in Gedsted, Denmark by Dutch artist Joram Roukes. This stunning artwork depicts a male figure with the head of a goat, and is now part of the Out in the Open mural project organized by KIRK Gallery. New work by @joramroukes made for ”Out in The Open” Mural project of KIRK Gallery, in Gedsted, Denmark @kirkgallery #joramroukes #outintheopen #kirkgallery #denmark #streetart #mural #wallart #urbanart #art A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 27, 2018 at 2:58am PDT Etnik in Italy Last but not least is this Alessandro Etnik mural painted on the entrance of Officina Giovani in Prato, Italy. This former slaughterhouse was turned into a space for young people, and Etnik managed to embellish it with his trademark cubes and futurist constructions. Awesome new wall by @alessandroetnik in Prato, Italy made for @officinagiovaniprato #etnik #streetart #urbanart #mural #wallart #prato #italy A post shared by Widewalls (@wdwlls) on Jun 19, 2018 at 3:31am PDT

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