The ongoing works of San Francisco based muralist Mona Caron: indigenous and invasive species from Portland and Sãu Paulo to Spain and Taiwan.
She discusses the whys and wherefores of it all here.
In a world of those forced to flee, of poverty, of war and violence, David de la Mano paints his haunting figures as shadows looking for their place in the world. All united, they are travelling to a destination unknown. Boats with broken sails and women with animal heads drift without direction but are all linked by an uncertain journey.
More of de la Mano’s work here.
The mural required 10 weeks of work, 350 litres of paint and 240 cans of spray paint and features subtle red accents around the singer’s heart.
It was unveiled on Wednesday – just over a year after Cohen’s death.
Ciaran Tierney tweetz:
Healing the wounds in wonderful Belfast
Examples of the magnificently detailed monochrome murals of Sheffield-based artist Phlegm, including a new 5 storey tall robot (last 2 pix and video) on Chapel Street in Melbourne, Australia.