A new and impressive anamorphic by Portuguese street artist Sergio Odeith.
The monochrome wallclimbers of Berlin-based Norwegian street artist Anders Gjennestad aka STRØK – painted on exterior walls and gallery-friendly rusted metal plates and dilapidated wooden doors.
If you’re passing by that way, the artist exhibits next month at Galerie Mathgoth in Paris.
An apartment building in Utrecht transformed into a giant bookcase (filled with the favourite reads of its residents) in a mural by Dutch street artists Jan Is De Man and Deef Feed.
A mural with a difference.
Brian Kenny, of Lightscape [a projection mapping & creative content studio based in Dublin] writes:
We developed this interactive wall mural to show us real time information about our neighbourhood.
Using projection mapping and interactive ink, it displays information about things like weather and transport links (more details at link below).
The ink is responsive to touch so you can order a pizza or a taxi by pressing on the graphic.
Dublin Interactive Mural (Lighscape)
The Fraud And Hope – a painted illusion (commenting on climate change, melting ice and the role of water) painted on the roof of the OK Centre For Contemporary Art in Linz, Austria last year by Iranian muralist Medhi Ghadyanloo.