25 of The Best Coronavirus-Inspired Murals From All Over The World

25 of The Best Coronavirus-Inspired Murals From All Over The World
Artist Theydrift, Pike St., Seattle

coronavirus inspired murals

The Coronavirus Pandemic and the resulting “Stay at Home” orders are not without their upside. The bear population in Yosemite has quadrupled, noise pollution is down, the air in Los Angeles, Paris and Tokyo is cleaner than ever and even the waters, now undisturbed, are clearer. In addition to those temporary benefits, the Covid-19 virus has inspired street artists all over the world to paint. (more…)

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Scribblitti: Narrative Murals Drawn by Artist Hu-Be

Italian illustrator Emanuele Sferruzza Moszkowicz, aka Hu-Be, has been freehand drawing narrative murals in a project he calls Scribblitti. The ephemeral, itinerant, time-based performance combines human interaction with illustration and consists of a maximum of ten oversized artworks realized in the time span of a single month within a specific city. (more…)

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The Truck Art Project and Palibex Murals Highlight Urban Artists from Spain

truck art project and Palibex murals

Jaime Colsa, founder and CEO of Spain’s truck transport company Palibex (aka PBX) is a lover and supporter of the arts and local culture. Their building and their trucks have been used as canvases to showcase the urban artwork of contemporary Spanish artists. (more…)

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Incredible – and Enormous – Public Portraits by Hendrik Beikirch.

public portraits by hendrik beikirch

Murals and Public Portraits by street artist Hendrik Beikirch. Artist Hendrik Beikrich (aka ecb) is a portrait painter and a muralist 
who first worked as freelance artist in Koblenz, Germany. From 1996 through 2000 he studied art education at university of Koblenz-Landau. It was 
in 1989 that he created his first painting using a spray can
 instead of a brush and he was hooked. (more…)

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