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Mother’s Day, Paint Club, Herakut Murals, Tagzines & Modern Saints

Urban Art News | It’s Mother’s Day and I hope you already pleased your mum with a small
thing! To give you some nice lecture before the sun starts to burn us again, I collected some interesting street art and graffiti news from the last week which hasn’t been mentioned here yet. Have fun exploring all the great stuff…

Minimalistic Geometric Images

…are the result of the logo-modifying series “You Took My Name” by Dorothy! The artist removed the companies names out of their famous logos…

Futura 2000 in Melbourne

Legendary graffiti artist Futura 2000 was the main attraction at Carbon festival in Melbourne, Australia! He live-painted a wall in his well-known abstract style – photos can be found on Arrested Motion.

MOAS – 20 Years of Havoc

“On the Run Publishing” did the next book! Featuring Monsters of Art (Europe’s most notorious train-writing crew!) the book gives a nice insight into their concepts, action and history…

Upmost Tagzine

The next issue of the nice “Upmost Tagzine” has just been published – This sixth issue focuses on hand-styles from London!

Armless painter

I really respect those people: A man without arms has become the vice curator of an art museum in China! He paints street scenes using his feet…

Gould’s Modern Saints Poster-Series

Berlin-based urban artist Gould did a new, brilliant poster series about modern saints, including characters like the St. Gentrifizian, Santa Data, St. Abusa and other referencing to latest topics in society debates…

Pothole Knitting

Juliana Santacruz Herrera patched Parisian potholes! In that way she created another urban knitting branch…

Mother’s Day Street Installation

A couple of artists created some Mother’s Day street installation in San Fransisco, including re-stamped envelopes with letters inside near mail boxes to help out lazier people…nice idea!

Urban Upholstery

Artist Bert Löschner beautifies urban environment by transforming public benches almost into sofas! Seems to be quite comfortable…

Martha Cooper Interview

The popular VNA Magazine met up with well-known photographer Martha Cooper at the MOCA Geffin center and did a nice (video-) interview!

KR Painting Walls

G-Shock and Krink celebrated their recent partnership with a unique exhibition of Craig Costello’s work including a colorful extinguisher installation!

New Herakut Murals

Herakut recently hit the streets in Culver City and created a bunch of new mural artworks, including new motives!

Paint Club Special Berlin

A great team of urban artists including Clemens Behr, Wurstbande, Sam Crew, 44flavours, Klub7 and others painted together at the Paint Club Special in Berlin!

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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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