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Street Art News | Because of the Fukushima and Madrid posting break, I just came up with the idea to give you a small overview about what happened in the international street art and graffiti world in the last couple of days.

Therefore I collected the top urban art news I stumbled upon while zapping through my RSS feed reader. And here we go…

Base23 meets Morten Andersen

The two hell hounds from the north, Base23 and Morten Andersen, just opened their recent exhibition at Pretty Portal Gallery in Düsseldorf! A must to see for all who like graffiti-inspired paintings from outer space and fantastic colored characters…

The Hipster Trap

Dickheads, hipsters or whatsoever, there are many names to describe this more or less new fashion style society. In New York City, the first “Hipster Trap” baited with PBR and American Spirits was recently discovered…

Living Urban Interior

Urban artist Scott Beseler just brought some new urban interior to life by adding arms of shop-window mannequin to postboxes and fireplugs!

All you need to know about Graffiti

This “All you need to know about Graffiti” book just became one of my favorite books because of the great idea and its nice implementation! Probably the best present for a writer…

Tika in Berlin

Berlin-based Skalitzers Gallery just opened its doors for the latest show of Swiss urban artist Tika! For more info about the so-called Tikathek, visit skalitzers.com!

Jopaucho’s Wandering Eyes

Jopaucho recently repainted a vintage piece of furniture. The documentary video is awesome and also the final result speaks for itself!

Royal Wedding Sick Bag

Lydia Leith created this brilliant “Royal Wedding Sick Bag” for the upcoming marriage of Prinz William and Kate Middleton. I would use this fantastic gimmick!

Eine Rocked San Fransisco

“We Rock Hardest” – Famous graffiti artist Ben Eine painted a new wall in San Fransisco! A photo-documentary can be found on skatelegs.com.

Smash137 Interview

Graffuturism recently published a nice interview with famous writer Smash137 in which he talks about traditions, graffiti and his work…

Dal in Cape Town

The new mural artwork by urban artist Dal in Cape Town is currently going around the globe – I love it!


Last but not least, the Very Nearly Almost mag is still searching for some info about the creator of this great fatcap graffiti

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Urban Art Core is your independent, international source for street art, graffiti and urbanism from around the world, mainly focused on stories, news and actions taking place in urban environments.

It spreads the urban Berlin voice loud and clear to metropolises far and wide and celebrates the urban arts, urban exploration movement and guerilla art interventions with news about artists, trends and exhibitions, since 2009.

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