Like many street artists, I can’t find much information on the stencil artist known as Meek. What I do know is that he is based out of Melbourne, Australia (a mecca for street/stencil art) and his work is sick. His art started appearing around 2003, and he has been gaining notoriety ever since.

Photo and description found at twistedsifter(dot)com.

Like many street artists, I can’t find much information on the stencil artist known as Meek. What I do know is that he is based out of Melbourne, Australia (a mecca for street/stencil art) and his work is sick. His art started appearing around 2003, and he has been gaining notoriety ever since.

Photo and description found at twistedsifter(dot)com.

I’ve always been fascinated by street art. And before the likes of Banksy and the stencil revolution there was graffiti. And there was one artist that always stood out to me — Mirko Reisser, better known as DAIM. There was something about his style that captivated me. His lettering was so intricate and his perspectives were so wild; it was beyond me how someone could create such dimension on a flat surface, with a spray can no less! Below you will find a small selection of his incredible work. Littered amongst his art you will find quotes culled from various interviews available on his site. Witness the insanity with four simple letters:

Photo and description found at TwistedSifter(dot) com.

I’ve always been fascinated by street art. And before the likes of Banksy and the stencil revolution there was graffiti. And there was one artist that always stood out to me — Mirko Reisser, better known as DAIM. There was something about his style that captivated me. His lettering was so intricate and his perspectives were so wild; it was beyond me how someone could create such dimension on a flat surface, with a spray can no less! Below you will find a small selection of his incredible work. Littered amongst his art you will find quotes culled from various interviews available on his site. Witness the insanity with four simple letters:

Photo and description found at TwistedSifter(dot) com.

Street art by French artist known as Ludo.  First spotted on Wooster Collective, Ludo’s work caught my eye with his provocative imagery of Nature fighting back and taking it to the streets. Based in France, Ludo’s art is found mostly in Paris, London and Italy. His specialty is street poster art which can be applied onto walls quickly and effectively using wheatpaste. Due to the legality of his work it is difficult to find any personal information on the artist behind the awesomeness. 

Photo and description found at TwistedSifter(dot)com.

Street art by French artist known as Ludo. First spotted on Wooster Collective, Ludo’s work caught my eye with his provocative imagery of Nature fighting back and taking it to the streets. Based in France, Ludo’s art is found mostly in Paris, London and Italy. His specialty is street poster art which can be applied onto walls quickly and effectively using wheatpaste. Due to the legality of his work it is difficult to find any personal information on the artist behind the awesomeness.

Photo and description found at TwistedSifter(dot)com.

Not much is known about Russian street artist P183. It is believed the ‘P’ stands for Pavel or Paul, the artist’s first name. On his site he claims he was born (08/11/83) and still lives in Moscow and has a degree in ‘communication design’. Aside from that, he’s been referred to as the ‘Russian Banksy’ or Banksi by the British press (also here and here), a title he does not agree with or entirely understand.

Photo and description found on twistedsifter(dot)com

Not much is known about Russian street artist P183. It is believed the ‘P’ stands for Pavel or Paul, the artist’s first name. On his site he claims he was born (08/11/83) and still lives in Moscow and has a degree in ‘communication design’. Aside from that, he’s been referred to as the ‘Russian Banksy’ or Banksi by the British press (also here and here), a title he does not agree with or entirely understand.

Photo and description found on twistedsifter(dot)com

Not much is known about Russian street artist P183. It is believed the ‘P’ stands for Pavel or Paul, the artist’s first name. On his site he claims he was born (08/11/83) and still lives in Moscow and has a degree in ‘communication design’. Aside from that, he’s been referred to as the ‘Russian Banksy’ or Banksi by the British press (also here and here), a title he does not agree with or entirely understand.

Photo and description found on twistedsifter(dot)com

Not much is known about Russian street artist P183. It is believed the ‘P’ stands for Pavel or Paul, the artist’s first name. On his site he claims he was born (08/11/83) and still lives in Moscow and has a degree in ‘communication design’. Aside from that, he’s been referred to as the ‘Russian Banksy’ or Banksi by the British press (also here and here), a title he does not agree with or entirely understand.

Photo and description found on twistedsifter(dot)com

Born in Almagro, Spain and currently working out of Amsterdam, street artist Skount has showcased his incredible work on walls around the world. A prolific graffiti artist in Barcelona, he moved from Spain in 2009. While often collaborating with other graffiti and street artists, Skount’s work is much more illustration and character-based than lettering or typography. His characters are highly detailed and quite vibrant, showcasing his breadth of artistic skills.

Photo and description found at TwistedSifter(dot)com.

Born in Almagro, Spain and currently working out of Amsterdam, street artist Skount has showcased his incredible work on walls around the world. A prolific graffiti artist in Barcelona, he moved from Spain in 2009. While often collaborating with other graffiti and street artists, Skount’s work is much more illustration and character-based than lettering or typography. His characters are highly detailed and quite vibrant, showcasing his breadth of artistic skills.

Photo and description found at TwistedSifter(dot)com.

Born in Almagro, Spain and currently working out of Amsterdam, street artist Skount has showcased his incredible work on walls around the world. A prolific graffiti artist in Barcelona, he moved from Spain in 2009. While often collaborating with other graffiti and street artists, Skount’s work is much more illustration and character-based than lettering or typography. His characters are highly detailed and quite vibrant, showcasing his breadth of artistic skills.

Photo and description from TwistedSifter(dot)com

Born in Almagro, Spain and currently working out of Amsterdam, street artist Skount has showcased his incredible work on walls around the world. A prolific graffiti artist in Barcelona, he moved from Spain in 2009. While often collaborating with other graffiti and street artists, Skount’s work is much more illustration and character-based than lettering or typography. His characters are highly detailed and quite vibrant, showcasing his breadth of artistic skills.

Photo and description from TwistedSifter(dot)com

Street art by MESA, believed to be from Spain. Not much else is known a out the artist. 

Found at twistedsifter(dot)com.

Street art by MESA, believed to be from Spain. Not much else is known a out the artist.

Found at twistedsifter(dot)com.