Ben Rubin created a page in Instagram called ‘Subway Doodles’ where he posts his drawings of monsters next to people on subway. It’s his way to occupy himself while on commute from Park Slope in Brooklyn to his office in Manhattan.
Many would agree that tagging is one of the most hideous types of graffiti. What is more, it if often impossible to make sense of it. Mathieu Tremblin decided to address this problem. The French artist paints over ugly graffiti to reveal what they actually mean. So, how do you like this idea?
Italian artist Emanuele Dascanio is a master of hyperrealistic art. He uses a combination of charcoal and graphite and sometimes it takes him up to 780 hours to complete one drawing. This amount of hard work is easy to notice in his incredible portrait drawings which will leave you speechless.
Pichi and Avo are Spanish artists who create surreal street art and graffiti which looks incredible. PichiAvo work together since 2007 trying to transform street art urban poetry and using walls as their canvas.