Maximilian Braun

Maximilian Braun

Fragile, Fine Art Inside, travel from the city to home - Image via wpcom Art Transportation – Get Your Artworks Around Safely!

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Whether you are a casual collector or a legitimate owner of a gallery, art transportation is a crucial step of expanding your collection. Purchasing art is worth nothing if the piece doesn’t arrive at your doorstep in the condition you bought it in....

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Dotmasters - photo courtesy of the artist Dotmasters

Dotmasters is the founding member of C6.org. This is a new-media-based collective of art-pranksters, active throughout the 90’s. The collective’s aim was to bridge the gap between art and activism with events that would catch all the attention. In 1997...

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Maya Hayuk - In front of her mural Maya Hayuk

Maya Hayuk is an American multidisciplinary artist, famous for her paintings and enormous murals that can be seen all around the world. Her pieces have composite, and yet harmonized structure and form, emphasized through the use of exuberant and lush colors,...

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Contemporary Art Ai Weiwei

With his personal circumstances moving in constant flux, Ai Weiwei, a Chinese artist, remains a cultural magnet. And nothing less than a worldwide phenomenon. A figure of Warholian celebrity (as labeled by New York Times), he is renowned for his political...

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Which Lightbending Neon Artist to Follow – Here’s Our List

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It was not long after the hostilities of the Second World War ended that art world was faced with a problematic question of how to proceed. Neon artist as a category was not fully accepted or known, although some first steps to gain wider currency were in the...

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Daniel Arsham

The elusive point where sculpture, architecture, and performance meet, the place American artist Daniel Arsham calls home, is capable of great inspiration and impression. Always at the edge of art and architecture, experimenting with various approaches and...

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Neck Face - Artist portrait - Image via huckmagazinecom Neck Face

If you are not sure whether to laugh or be horrified by exaggerated black humor jokes, then Neck Face has fulfilled his mission. Pointing out that he enjoys watching people laugh at his violent pieces and then look around and wonder if it’s wrong to laugh...

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Ed Ruscha

Ed Ruscha is an American visual artist strongly associated with the Pop Art movement. He is proficient in many media, including photography, drawing, painting, and the creation of numerous artist books. Generally speaking, his art documents the shifting...

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Street Art Alec Monopoly

Although the 20th century has seen exponential growth and discovery on the field of modern science and technology, it hasn’t been until the later part of it that we’ve seen it being used for entertainment as it is today. Often, one would turn to playing a...

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Keith Haring

The 1990s were a time of change for many social and cultural aspects on a global scale. Art particularly saw many artists bring tremendous change in this period, and Keith Haring was one of them. Drawing and painting murals in public locations, Haring was...

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Reka One

Sometimes words are just not enough to say what must be said. Sometimes we must let our deep subconscious mind speak for us. Reka One, aka James Reka has found a way to bring the depths of his creative mind to surface, forming a new, recognizable style of...

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Video game street art 10 Video Game Characters we know and love in Street Art

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Video game characters have been accompanying us since “Space Invaders” was developed as a commercial video game for the first time in 1978. They have been with most of us since childhood, growing and evolving alongside, influencing our...

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best cities travel photo 2015 search privacy food Street Art and Best Cities For Enjoying It

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Street art has reached every corner of the world. It is the reflection of the place itself – its culture, sociopolitical environment, traditions, history and architecture. You can see the soul and the vibe of a city on its streets. However, if you...

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Street art photographers news photos contact posts Top 10 Street Art Photographers

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The need to document the art before it is washed away, cleaned up or painted over, derives out of the transient nature of the spray paint on walls. In that way, the photographs of worldwide urban art live forever. The images of tagged New York Subways,...

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Highlight Exhibitions: January 4 – 10

Mad C Night and Day Opening: January 10 44309 Street Art Gallery Mad C will be showing a selection of her new paintings in the Night and Day exhibition at the 44309 Street Art Gallery. Previous studio paintings have revealed rather beautiful fluent and...

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Most Viewed Videos – 2014

The most viewed video of 2014 was Damien Hirst’s Butterfly Tattoo. The following video was Herakut’s Flaw Circus at Ruttkowski;68. The third most popular video was the interview we held with Christian Omodeo at STROKE Art Fair. Nick Walker’s...

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Most Viewed Artists – 2014

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This table gives you an overview of the most searched artists in our Database in the year of 2014. Everything you need to know about your favorite artists is just one click away! With a free sign up for My Widewalls!...

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Highlights: December 23 – 29

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Contemporary 1920’s The thing that separates an ordinary from a great portrait is the specific and real emotion and character of a person that is being portrayed. Even though photography nowadays seems like a simple medium to be practices and almost...

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