Walking through the streets of Paris at midnight some time this year, I kept seeing what looked like a boob on various walls. Hidden in really random locations and normally quite high up, they seemed to be everywhere. However, as I do a lot of street art searching at night I couldn't quite confirm whether it … Continue reading Cosmo Loves: Intra Larue
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Le Sonneur: Anonymous French street artist who likes to evoke imagination and emotion through manipulation of the mundane... I don’t know if any of you know this but I have been learning the French language for a while now (I like to think I'm getting pretty good 😉 ), and after a second cosmic traveller adventure to go … Continue reading STREET ART: Le Sonneur
There's something special about Jordane Saget. There’s also something loosely (and amusingly) comparable to a young Keith Haring scribbling all over the walls of New York, chalk in hand (watch the video below if you don't know what I mean). The newsreader's introduction is hilarious: “People who commit graffiti often have two things in common; anonymity and a … Continue reading STREET ART: Jordane Saget
Corpse creates these freaky faces that I could imagine standing waiting for you in the shadows... ...and when you're least expecting it, they'd quietly reach out a clammy little hand and GRAB YOU. And you'd turn to look at this thing that had grabbed you and you'd just see these tombstone teeth... and then you'd scream. ...And then it would … Continue reading STREET ART: Corpse
This Easter weekend I headed to London, mainly to photograph the street art and hang out, but also to do a cosmic traveller #travellingart adventure - leaving the envelopes mainly around Shoreditch and Brick Lane 🙂
Gregos is a Parisian artist living in Montmartre, France. You’ll find his masks all around the world, though many have been stolen off the walls (!). Gregos’s face sculptures (which are actually moulded from his own face) are whimsical and oddly entertaining every time you spot one. The masks are all over the world, … Continue reading STREET ART: Gregos