When is graffiti art, and when is it vandalism? Check out this epic gallery of street art from around the world and then leave your thoughts in our comment section…
“In 2014 MEKS, REALS & TUES jumped across the country for a quick spraycation and an in-store BBQ/ live paint event at The Butcher Shop in Perth. Much respect to the locals for holding us down: KENO, MANE, HOSAE, AYRES, SERVE, PURES & all the peeps who came and hung out at the shop. Special shout out to The Butcher Shop for making it all happen.” – Ironlak
This amazing video follows Sofles painting Paris with Gomer over 2 summers, with appearances from Dashe and Babs. Filmed and edited by Selina Miles.
Smug One’s street art is realistic yet highly stylised. His work is nothing short of beautiful, and his pieces can be spotted all over the world!
Griffon Ramsey makes incredible detailed wooden sculptures. But while many artists who deal with wood use utility knives or chisels as their primary creation tool, Ramsey opts for the much more powerful chainsaw. Ramsey’s latest creation is an awesome sculpture of Groot from the box office megahit “Guardians of the Galaxy,” and in the video Ramsey gives us an intimate look at how she made it. Not only does Griffon use the chainsaw to carve the outline for Groot out of the massive tree she used for the sculpture, she also uses it to make the fine cuts that give Groot skin textures and other small details. Check it out!
Artists Cover Up Leaked Celebrity Nudes in “The UNfappening”. The UNfappening are here to help these unfortunate celebrities cover up. As for what they might actually think – including Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Ariana Grande – WTFK. Enjoy!
Heather Rooney creates photorealistic drawings, often of celebrities. Her incredible work has earned her nearly half a million followers on YouTube alone, with her drawing of the Oscars selfie gaining particular attention. Now, 21-year-old artist Heather Rooney has used “prismacolor coloured pencil” to create this remarkable, photorealistic portrait of the late Robin Williams. It is nothing short of breathtaking.