By Hari Sreenivasan, Aleah Green
Local artists in a Brooklyn neighborhood are contributing to a public art project aimed at helping kids learn the alphabet.
By Corinne Segal
Banksy, the elusive artist behind million-dollar works of graffiti, may have been tagged: a new mathematical analysis claims to have identified the artist as Robin Gunningham.
Three weeks after terrorists attacked their city, Parisians are speaking loud and clear -- through street art.
On orders from Lima's mayor, and much to the dismay of the city's artistic community, municipal workers began covering up murals in the historic downtown district of Peru's capital last week.
By Carey Reed
By Kristin Farr, KQED
From migrating butterflies to ancestral faces, visual artist Favianna Rodriguez uses printmaking to inspire social change.
By PBS NewsHour
In the early 1960s, a Cuban architect who had fled to South Florida designed the Miami Marine Stadium, an ambitious structure that hosted concerts, boat races, religious services and political rallies. But the city decided to abandon the venue when…
By Frank Carlson
For more than 30 years, Los Angeles-based artist RISK has been creating colorful murals on everything from highway overpasses -- known as “heavens” -- to dilapidated buildings, walls, trains and buses. He recently joined eight other graffiti artists to paint…
By Colleen Shalby
New York City graffiti exhibit, "Write of Passage," tells the story of graffiti's history, a movement that started in the middle of a big city and grew to become a globally cultural phenomenon.
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