Entries by MuralForm Team

MuralArts Summer Kaleidoscope Mural

Philadelphia’s blossoming and world-renowned MuralArts program has just completed its latest project. Fondly referred to as the “Summer Kaleidoscope,” the project is an extremely large mural that’s also got some big plans for the rest of the year. Designed by Baltimore-based mural artists Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn, collectively known as “Jessie & Katey,” the […]

Shepard Fairey: Wanted by Detroit Police

Legendary graffiti artist Shepard Fairey is currently wanted by Detroit police for work he recently did in the beleaguered city’s downtown core. Fairey, probably most famous for his OBEY and Andre the Giant graffiti in the eighties and of course the iconic HOPE poster from President Obama’s 2008 campaign, was in town to paint the […]

Fintan Magee

Besides having one of the greatest names of all time, street artist Fintan Magee has been putting his hometown of Brisbane, Australia on the map. At least when it comes to street art. Lauded as Australia’s answer to Banksy, the young artist’s similarities with the renowned English artist pretty much stop at the lazy comparison. […]

Yarn Bomber Naomi RAG

When most people think of street art, they think of only a few materials. Well, that’s not true, most people think of one single medium, paint, when it comes to art found in public spaces. It is, after all, the most widely used material, but ever since graffiti started, people have been experimenting with the […]

Looking For Mural & Sign Painting Info? We’ve Got You Covered

As we all know, mural and sign making is a small world, one that’s been made even smaller through the internet. Now, muralist and sign painters can find each other online in various forums and websites, and that’s where they can learn new tricks, show off their favourite pieces, discuss the business, and even pick […]

Hula Bio

Graffiti has a long history of being done in precarious places. In New York, street artists have climbed higher and higher to avoid clean up crews, often climbing twenty stories and painting with ropes and harnesses to covey their message to the world. In parts of Nevada, billboard vandals climb fences and scale tall poles […]

Indecline Renders The World’s Largest Illegal Graffiti

In Nevada, a mannequin in a business suit hangs from the side of a billboard in a classic noose. The billboard reads “Dying for Work” in all-caps. Nevada has the highest unemployment rate in the country. In Utah, a billboard for the National Alliance, a white nationalist, anti-semitic, and white separatist political organization, was vandalized. […]

RainWorks

Some people hate the rain. It casts a gloomy, grey shadow over their day, makes them run from place to place, and generally gives them a gross, squishy feeling in their shoes. But for Peregrine Church, rain is just another opportunity to make the world a better place. The Seattle-based artist was browsing the internet […]

Maya Hayuk Bio

Most of the bios we’ve put up on this blog have been about male artists, which is not a huge surprise. Many of the world’s greatest and most influential street artists in the world have been men, and many male artists are still pushing the medium forward in new and dynamic ways every single day. […]

Ian Stevenson Bio

People in London have probably been chuckling on their travels for a few years now, and that’s in part thanks to Ian Stevenson. The Leicester-born graffiti artist has been tagging spots all over England with his own unique brand of political protest. But one Londoner in particular has been taken with Stevenson’s art, and that […]