Artist Name : Da Cruz Nationality: French, from a Portuguese family Technique: Graffiti, mural painting About: Since 2000, Da Cruz, has been embellishing the walls along l’Ourcq street in the 19th district of Paris, his birthplace. His picturesque frescoes have given a unique identity to the Ourcq canal. His many trips to South America, particularly to […]


Mona Lisa

Mona Lisa, “La Joconde” in French, is one of the most emblematic portraits in the international history of painting. Painted by Leonardo da Vinci in the 16th century, Mona Lisa entered the collections of the courtyard of France to finally be part of the artworks exhibited at the Louvre Museum in Paris. It is said […]

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Street Art In Belgrade

In a few days the book “Street Art Belgrade” by Aleksandar Djordjevic will be released in bookstores. For this release an exhibition will be held in Paris. This gives an opportunity for StreetArt360 to talk about Belgrade, one of the street art capital cities in Europe, present you Aleksandar’s book and invite you to visit […]

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BLU “La Cuccagna” for Draw The Line 2017 — Urbanite

Blu is back with “La Cuccagna” a raw metaphor of the effects of capitalism created for this year’s Draw the Line Festival in Campobasso, Italy. Organized by the Malatesta associates, the Marxist artist created a huge mural on the exterior facade of a building in Via Liguria, that titled “The Cuccagna” represents a chilling narrative…

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More Street Art

WAONE from the popular duo Interesni Kazki published a few minutes ago few images of his last mural, painted in the beautiful city of Rabat in Morocco. Titled “Magician of Maghreb” and painted for this year’s JIDAR Toiles de rue festival, the new mural is unusually colourful, specially if we have in consideration that WAONE…

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Flamenco in Kyiv

Belgian street artist Smates, known for his hyperrealistic murals, just finished this new wall for the amazing project Art United us in Kiev, Ukraine. Titled “”A Flamenco in Kiev”, the new mural is characteristic of his work, showing two hyperrealistic and interlaced flamenco heads, one showing a pink flamingo submerging its head under water […]

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