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Yesterday a Brooklyn judge ruled for the first time that graffiti can be protected under law: Developer Jerry Wolkoff has been ordered to pay $6.75 million in damages for the destruction of 45 artworks at 5Pointz.
In his only English-language interview on the subject, Invader shares his perspective on the “uproar” caused by his recent invasion in Bhutan.
Taking advantage of a loophole in San Francisco's Public Works Code, last weekend fnnch invented a new form of legal street art: sign bombing.
Banksy's latest work engages Hull's past and future in the playful critique of a drawbridge that's been permanently raised since 1994.
Spacejunk art center director Alban Morlot shares the motivation behind their first-ever Points de Vue Street Art Week in Bayonne, France.
Australian artist Chris Fox transformed a 1931 wooden escalator into public sculpture that brings M. C. Escher to a Sydney train station.
This Giving Tuesday, ArtAround is launching two online communities aimed at keeping our global database of art online and growing throughout 2018 and beyond. Join us!
For the first time ever yesterday, a Brooklyn jury ruled that graffiti can be considered art of "recognized stature."
Banksy held a mock celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, but the event was protested by Palestinians who thought the stunt was in poor taste.