Welcome back to our ongoing series showcasing the latest and most remarkable street art from around the globe!
In this edition, we’re excited to share 6 fresh discoveries that capture the creativity and innovation of today’s street art scene. From vibrant murals to thought-provoking installations, these artistic treasures are sure to leave you inspired and eager for more. So, let’s dive in and explore the latest gems of the street art world!
Introducing Jennifer Erny
A talented artist we’re excited to showcase. One of her captivating works, titled “Immersion,” invites us to be fully present and deeply engaged in each passing moment, embracing the world around us without distractions or anxiety. It’s a beautiful reminder to appreciate life’s textures, scents, and the simple act of breathing:
1. Mural by Jennifer Erny in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The artwork represents the fluidity of our existence, fluctuating between the physical and the metaphysical realms. Like sand and water at the ocean floor, one keeps us grounded while constantly shifting, and the other envelops us in a sensory experience, transforming all that was once solid.
Jennifer Erny‘s mesmerizing mural was created on a street wall as part of the Espaço Salgado artist residency in Peruíbe, São Paulo. This stunning piece is just one of the many treasures we’ve discovered in the ever-evolving world of street art.
2. “SANTA ÁGUEDA” by Albert Bonet at Plaça Mercat, Spain.
Presenting a remarkable mural by artist Albert Bonet, who takes pride in creating this masterpiece in the town where he grew up, surrounded by his family and loved ones. Ajuntament de Riba-roja d’Ebre gave Albert complete artistic freedom and trusting with this project.
Weeks after winning the #TokyoTowerArtFair, Albert Bonet painted this mural in the streets of Riba-rojà (Spain), the town that witnessed his birth and growth as an artist.
The mural is inspired by Francisco de Goya’s “La Maja Desnuda” but contextualized with the face of actress Asia Ortega and infused with Pop-Art touches. Bonet dedicates the mural to their patron saint, Santa Agda, creating a captivating fusion of classical inspiration and contemporary flair.
3. Street art by La rouille in Pavilly, France.
“Cours et ne te retourne pas…” (Run and don’t look back…) in Pavilly (France) for Festival d’art dans le paysage.
La Rouille, which translates to “The Rust” in English, is a French street artist known for his distinctive style. He creates striking and evocative murals that often feature a blend of abstract and figurative elements. La Rouille’s work is characterized by the use of weathered, rusty surfaces and the incorporation of found materials, such as old metal sheets and corrugated iron.
This innovative approach to street art gives his pieces a unique, aged appearance that stands out against the urban landscape. By using old walls and materials as a central theme, La Rouille pays homage to the passage of time and the constant transformation of urban spaces. His thought-provoking street art can be found in various locations across France and other countries, where they continue to engage viewers and spark conversations about the nature of art, decay, and urban life.
For more about La Rouille’s work and to stay updated on his latest creations, you can follow him on Instagram.
4. Mural by Rilke Roca in Los Llanos de Temalhuacán, Mexico.
Introducing a heartwarming mural by artist Rilke Roca, titled “Abuelo Guerrero,” paying tribute to all the hardworking grandparents of Guerrero and Mexico. This beautiful artwork is a celebration of their dedication to cultivating life!
5. Post Graffiti by Nesui and Laleiro Leilo in Campillos, Spain
“Diabólico” by Nesui and Laleiro Leilo in Campillos, Spain.
6. “CANNOT” by Biancoshock in Lodi, Italy
Biancoshock is an Italian street artist known for his thought-provoking and often humorous installations and interventions in public spaces. Born in Milan, his work is characterized by a unique approach to street art, where he transforms everyday urban elements into surprising and engaging pieces of art.
Biancoshock’s creations often involve a strong social commentary, addressing various issues such as consumerism, urban decay, and the impact of modern life on individuals and communities. His installations are typically site-specific, interacting with the surrounding environment and challenging viewers to reconsider their perceptions of public spaces.
Biancoshock’s work has been featured in numerous exhibitions and street art festivals across Europe, earning him international recognition and acclaim. He has also been featured in various publications and media outlets, highlighting his talent and the significance of his art.
For more about Biancoshock’s work and to stay updated on his latest creations, you can follow him on his Instagram.