Located in his home town of Brussels, Belgian artist Jonathan Pauwels (aka Jaune) creates a series of small-scale street interventions featuring the antics of mini sanitation workers that ingeniously incorporate their immediate surroundings. See more images below.
In an effort to connect with the Panjim community in Goa and help combat the negative stigma of street art, Spanish muralist Escif decided to get a job there, offering to work for free and paint “whatever you want.” Check out more images below, along with Escif’s descriptions of each piece!
Barcelona-based Reskate Arts & Crafts use luminescent paint to create murals that not only light up when the sun goes down, they display a completely different (though often complementary) image. Their piece for Action Against Hunger, for example, is a loaf of bread that transforms into a bread knife. Check out more of Reskate’s ingenious double murals below!
Cracked glass form the shape of birds in this brilliant new installation by Barcelona-based artist Pejac. Completed during his residency with the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rijeka, Croatia using the windows of an abandoned power plan, see more images of “Camouflage” below.