Entries by MuralForm Team

Artist Spotlight: Mode 2

This brilliant man was born in Mauritius in the year 1967. His days as a child were spent exploring the Indian ocean before eventually relocating to the UK in 1976. Heavily influenced by the culture he was exposed to in the 80s, the young boy spent his time diving through comic books and sci-fi stories. […]

Artist Spotlight: Rob ‘The Original’ Ferrel

Rob Ferrel a.k.a Rob ‘The Original’ is a master barber who will blow your mind away with his artistic touch and amazing eye for detail in all matters hair; he is mostly known for his life-like hair designs. He is based in San Antonio, Texas where he owns and operates his own barbershop. Background Rob […]

The last judgment, the Sistine Chapel Michelangelo

The final devil is a mural that is on the altar of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican. It is the artwork of Michelangelo. The painting took nine years to complete; he only began working on it thirty years after the ceiling was full. The last judgment mural covers the whole ceiling of the chapel. The […]

The Walled Off Hotel

“For a long time, I thought it was a scam until I got some cash in to the bank” those were the exact words of Montreal artist Dominique Petrin when she was asked about the call from British street artist Bansky in regards to the project codenamed; The Walled Off Hotel. Dominique Petrin and Bansky […]

Ian Berry Does Artwork Using Denim

If you think your old jeans are only good for the dustbin, artist Ian Berry differs greatly differs with you. Instead of using paint, Ian uses denim jeans to create incredibly detailed pieces of art. For him, denim is an art with which to design portraits and landscapes using only bits of vintage denim. His […]

Ben Rubin Subway Doodle

Art being a creative way of visually expressing imagination, skill and talent, some artists have found a way to link art and technology to come up with some of the most amazing pieces today. Ben Rubin, a media artist from New York City was born in 1964, Massachusetts, Boston, says that he has been drawing […]

Bonampak – Temple of Murals

Bonampak is the temple of murals. It is an ancient Maya archaeological site in Chiapas, Mexico. The Bonampak was dependent on the Yaxchilan which is only 30 kilometers away. The site is not a unique site regarding architecture, but it has claimed its place through the murals in the three rooms of the Bonampak. The […]

Reskate Arts & Crafts create Murals that Glow in the Dark

We have great admiration for street art, yet Maria Lopez and Havier de Riba have taken the game to new heights with their glow-in-the-dark artworks. Their murals use a phosphorescent paint, which glows up to 12 hours creating two different impressions between day and night. It’s hard to imagine how the technique works yet the […]

Kanazawa Gold Leaf

5,000 years ago, Egyptian craftsmen recognized the remarkable durability and malleability of gold and became the first goldbeaters and gliders. They hammered gold using a round stone to make the thinnest leaf possible. Today, the technique is heavily used by Japanese artisans in the city of Kanazawa to create gold leaf. Gold leaf is perhaps […]