Rappler's latest stories on street art
Italian artist AleXsandro Palombo says he wants 'to illustrate the drama that affects millions of women throughout the world... with the aim of denouncing, raising awareness and obtaining a real response'
We talk to Filipino artist Auggie Fontanilla about his views on contemporary street art
The pioneer of the new wave of street artists in Bangkok is 'Headache Stencil,' whose spray cans satirize the powerful in Thailand where free expression has been muted since a 2014 coup
Who is the person spray-painting 'why' all across Metro Manila, and why does he do it?
Stencilled images in the style of the mysterious British graffiti star began appearing on walls across the French capital last week
Can graffiti go beyond its gangster roots and be seen as a professional work of art?
Is it possible to revitalize an entire village toward a more positive cultural identity? Don Angelo Bautista proprietor of Lokal Hostel adamantly believes so
The portraits of 11 young Ilonggo artists are displayed on the walls of Muelle Loney wharf as part of the global participatory art project Inside Out
Plus tattoo convention in Hong Kong animal penises and other aphrodisiacs and more
Two US based advocates of street art form a partnership for its steadfast promotion
Is graffiti vandalism or art? A legal graffiti wall in Intramuros poses the question
Art along Edsa also aims not only to clean the air but to present facts and make people think