who was street artist richard hambleton?
Dubbed by many as "The Godfather of Street Art", why did Richard Hambleton never reach the same levels of fame as Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat?
street artist dan witz discusses his dior homme collaboration
Dan Witz went from graffitiing the streets to making photo realistic paintings of mosh pits, now he’s working with Parisian couture houses.
documenting the 70s golden age of nyc graffiti culture
Before street art exploded into a global phenomenon, Martha Cooper photographed the pioneering New Yorkers who used subway cars as their canvasses. Forty years later, Cooper’s technicolor dispatches from the Bronx are on view at Steven Kasher Gallery...
is banksy the singer from massive attack?
If the illusive artist isn't in the band, then he's a massive fan.
meet the french muslim street artist fighting for coexistence
As a divided France recovers from the shockwaves of terrorism, Combo the Culture Kidnapper is calling for communities to come together.
we asked lush sux if he grafittied ‘slut’ on his own kim kardashian instagram piece
i-D talked to the artist about his latest work, his role in its defacement and plans for a Sydney follow up.
science has revealed banksy's true identity
A geographical profiling study has all but unmasked the enigmatic street artist.
new street art in camden raises awareness of the refugee experience
It’s part of a project from the British Red Cross that includes The Long Road, a record featuring Kindness, Robert Plant and more.
the strange and frustrating case of the destroyed northcote women’s mural
We asked the council why they painted over the feminist messages left on the vandalised piece.
the australian artist at the epicenter of bowie grief
James Cochran’s Brixton mural has become the world’s shrine to David Bowie.
hayden kays bridges the gap between street art and high art
We catch up with the artist to talk Jean Cocteau, Camden Market and selling works to Harry Styles.
meet bction, the japanese collective taking over buildings in tokyo for the sake of art
Just as B comes after A, BCTION comes after ACTION. Taking the butterfly effect of any cultural phenomenon as their focal point, last week Japanese art collective BCTION saw over 70 young artists convert an abandoned office, located in Tokyo’s business...