7 Best Murals of the Month: July 2017

Each month, Street Art Today selects the seven most stunning murals of the past month. In this edition: Okuda’s castle, the POW! WOW! Long Beach 2017, Phlegm and more! The list is in a random order.

#1 DULK – We start with Dulk‘s mural ‘Lost Call’. The painting tells the story of animals threatened by climate change: the disappearance of habitats, warming of the oceans, increased droughts and forest fires. United by the same cause, a herd of herbivores tries to order some green food; the ‘Lost Call’. A strong and beautiful piece that you can find in Wiltz, Luxembourg. Photo by the artist.


#2 OKUDA – Last month, Spanish pop artist Okuda painted an abandoned 19th century castle in Loire Vally, France. He named his colorful work ‘Skull Mirror’. It was part of Festival LaBelle Valette, an event involving over 30 international street artists. A great canvas for a great artist. Photo by Chop Em Down.


#3 MILU CORRECH – The Buenos Aires based street artist Milu Correch made this amazing mural named ‘Sobre Peugeot’ (Spanish for ‘On the Peugeot’) for the MIAU Fanzara, a street art festival in Fanzara, Spain. Photo by the artist.


#4 FARID RUEDA – Next in the list is the ‘Totem’ by Mexican artist Farid Rueda. This breathtaking mural, consisting of three colorful animals, can be found in Sisak, Croatia. Photo by the artist.


#5 MANOLO MESA – The Spanish artist Manolo Mesa made this great mural for the URBAN Vision Festival in Acquapendente, Italy. Named ‘Retrato de Osvaldo’ (English: ‘Portrait of Osvaldo’), it shows a local pastor who lives and works in this beautiful Italian landscape. Photo by the artist.


#6 PHLEGM – July was also the month in which street artist Phlegm made this amazing mural in Oslo, Norway. Have fun dreaming away in this crazy detailed work of the British artist. Photo by the artist.


#7 NATE FRIZZELL – Finally, we selected Nate Frizzell‘s mural in Long Beach, USA. The American artist made this beauty for the festival POW! WOW! Long Beach 2017. We love how he uses the elements of the building in a subtle and smart way. Photo by @bshigeta.

Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!


Check out the previous SAT’s 7 Best Murals of the Month:
June 2017
May 2017
April 2017

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