More detailed shots of Borondo's contribution to Nuart

Vilnius Street Art Festival welcomes Polish-based artist M-City, who delivered this distinctively his stencil -look styled large-scale piece, incorporating a futuristic machinery landscape on a classic architectural background. Impressive. Image via VSAF.

We stay on a monochrome wave with David de la Mano and his latest addition to the Djerbahood project in Tunisia (already covered here ). The piece, named 'Map' depicts silhouettes of  thickly-shaped characters of men and bird-headed creatures, all metaphors for David's vision of the human masses.  

Images: courtesy of the artist.

After his Djerbahood adventure, Sheffield-based artist Phlegm is back in the UK, with this surprising wall on a very prominent location - the Royal Opera House in London. In the artist's own words: ' The work I've done here is based on a blend of my own mythology and that of Prometheus and Leda and the Swan.'   

Images via the artist. 

Polish street art duo Bezt and Sainer -Etam Cru had a busy summer. After taking part in this year's edition of Norwegian Nuart Festival, they managed to add their signature touch in Boras, Sweden too. Below are their murals in Stavanger and Boras respectively. Images via WideWalls. 

The 104 North 7th Project is Faile's latest and quite exciting new outdoor permanent installation in Brooklyn, consisting of thousands of handmade, designed and painted by the artists tiles. 
The project is now up and in Brooklyn, we wish we could see it ourselves. Check out the short Faile Talk video too, explaining in more details about the work and what Faile stands for. 

Image via Vice.


Multimedia artist Lauren Baker found time to escape from her busy London routine in Rovinj, Istria, Croatia, where she quickly adorned the seaside scape a funky installation. 

Lauren Baker, Rovinj, Croatia. All images via the artist. 
We wrap up our review with an image of this rather busy wall in Wood Green, London, playground of Banksy (piece now gone), Mobstr and some unknown street genius. We thought it is a good one to finish off the weekly report, since it is a good example of unsolicited but 'organised artistic crime' (Mobstr). 

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