New-York based website, Brooklyn Street Art (BSA), the dedicated resource for street art fanatics worldwide, compiles list of best street art of 2015.
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New Zealand native, artist, painter and environmental activist, Aaron Glasson or Rah Akaishi is known for uniquely beautiful and bizarre street art.
Legendary contemporary Thai artist Thawan Duchanee was renowned worldwide for his striking and powerful displays of modern Buddhist themes.
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Amazing comics artwork by Alessandro Rabatti that illustrates the value of money and discusses economic crisis.
Awasi Patagonia, some 6 kilometers from Torres del Paine National Park, consists of 12 beautifully minimal yet cosy wooden chalets.
Andrea Bowers is a feminist and social activist artist based out of L.A. that works in various mixed media, including video, installation and drawing.
American art photographer Zack Seckler’s unique take on wildlife and landscape photography results in abstract, minimalist art.
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Brooklyn-based visual artist Allison Sommers produces complex works that blend bones, innards and birds with fantastical beasts and vegetation.
Known for his hyper-realistic paintings of fruit and vegetables, Oregon-based artist Eric Wert is an oil painter with origins in scientific illustrations.
Andy Warhol admirers can be grateful to the artist Cory Arcangel without which those digital works, which represented especially Campbell, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol himself and the Botticelli’s Venus, would have never been found.
Thai multi-disciplinary artist, Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook’s works are renowned for their themes of death, life, spirituality.
David Agenjo is a Spanish-born, self-taught artist known for his signature figurative style and colorful, textural use of acrylics.
Brooklyn-based artist KAWS makes his UK debut at the expansive outdoor grounds of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park in West Bretton, England.
Self-taught French photographer, Mattheiu Venot captures the urban environment in a graphic, geometric style that blends abstract art with mellow summer hues.
British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor, pioneer in public artwork promoting marine conservation, environmental awareness and social change.
Scott Scheidly depicts the femininity of Tyrants, popes and dictators on their starkly masculine bodies.