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Steve Powers aka Espo (...) - Brooklyn, New York City (USA)

Steve Powers aka Espo (...) - Brooklyn, New York City (USA)

Steve Powers is a man with two distinct careers. One as subversive graffiti artist and the others as a celebrated studio artist and street muralist.

Vernacular Typography Steve Powers ESPO Love Letter to Brooklyn The piece, “Love Letter to Brooklyn” covers the garage with shadowed block lettering and illustrations inspired by Downtown Brooklyn.

A random wall in Katowice or a statement? | URBALIZE

Giant On/Off Switch Mural. Spanish street artist escif recently painted this giant on/off switch on the side of a building in Poland for the Katowice Street Art Festival.

Icy & Sot via facebook.com/UrbanStreetArtCM

ICY and SOT stencil artists from Tabriz, Iran.

Incredible and Exciting Artwork from Creative Mints (  Process Shots)

Incredible and Exciting Artwork from Creative Mints (+ Process Shots)

A public mural by Mr. Powers in downtown Brooklyn.

Signing Out of the Digital Age

Steve Powers has gone from a graffiti artist to a Fulbright Scholar to a business owner challenging the new era of digitally printed storefront signs: "There's a lot of the classic storefront look of New York that's just dissipated rapidly.

Arte urbano Tristan Eaton | A R T N A U

Tristan Eaton

Tristan Eaton Recently completed, Tristan Eaton’s “Liberty” mural on Mulberry Street in Little Italy. More photos of Tristan Eaton’s work.

Space Invader in Bilbao

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Creating artwork based on the video games and characters popular during and Invader spreads his artwork in public places of major cities.

Pixel Pancho (2016) - W 22nd 10th Ave, Chelsea, New York City (USA)

Pixel Pancho (2016) - W 22nd 10th Ave, Chelsea, New York City (USA)

Brazilian street artist Walter Nomura aka Tinho is currently in Frankfurt, Germany where he just finished working on this brilliant new piece. Invited by Schirn for the Street Art Brazil exhibition, the talented artist painted this piece depicting two children waiting on a pile of books.

Mural in Frankfurt, Germany by Brazilian street artist Walter Nomura aka Tinho

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