Street Art Collaborations

Let’s face it, we’re profoundly partial to spanking good street art, and when multiple talented, urban renegades get together to collaborate on a a project, well, let’s just say… mind. blown. Two is better than one, they say. Oh, and there’s strength in numbers, too. Platitudes apply even to inventive, spray paint-wielding whiz kids. Here are some of our favourite street are collaborations; it’s a marvel what joint effort can do to unromantic brick and mortar.

French street artist JR and Chinese camouflage artist Liu Bolin.

French street artist JR and Chinese camouflage artist Liu Bolin in Manhattan

Os Gemeos and Aryz in Poland

Brazilian twins Os Gemeos and Spanish street artist Aryz collaborate in Poland

a collaboration between Pablo S. Herrero and David de la Mano in Montevideo, Uruguay.

a collaboration between Pablo S. Herrero and David de la Mano in Montevideo, Uruguay.

Curiot and Nosego collaborate in Compton, a city in southern Los Angeles County, California

Curiot and Nosego collaborate in Compton, a city in southern Los Angeles County, California

 

 Pixel Pancho collaborates with Vhils in Lisbon, Portugall

Pixel Pancho collaborates with Vhils in Lisbon, Portugall

Askew collaborates with Mark Henare in Christchurch, New Zealand

Askew collaborates with Mark Henare in Christchurch, New Zealand

Brazilian street artist Cranio collaborates with Hong Kong street artist HIN in Shoreditch, London

Brazilian street artist Cranio collaborates with Hong Kong street artist HIN in Shoreditch, London

Cern and Jaz collaborate in New York City

Cern and Jaz collaborate in New York City

 Fin DAC and Angelina Christina on the streets of the amazing city of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Fin DAC and Angelina Christina team up on the streets of the Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Roma, Sam and Mea together in Buenos Aires.

Roma, Sam and Mea together in Buenos Aires.

 

Curiot and Jason Botkin worked together for the first time on this mural in Mexico's Holbox Island.

Curiot and Jason Botkin worked together for the first time on this mural in Mexico’s Holbox Island.

 

 

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