7 Best Murals of the Month: November 2017

Each month, Street Art Today selects the seven most stunning murals of the past month. In the eighth edition: an Egyptian god, photorealistic work by SMUG, Bordalo II’s trash animal and more! The list is in a random order.

#1 ADOR x SEMOR – The two French artists Ador and Semor teamed up to create this first-class painting in the city of Nantes. As part of their multiple mural project Parade Balade et Distortion, they call this one ‘Le Dompteur’ (English: ‘The Tamer’). Photo by Clément Poncin.


#2 MILU CORRECH – Last month, Milu Correch painted this amazing wall for the mural project Pinta tu Barrio. Great work, great picture – the mural can be found in the city of Quilmes, Argentina.


#3 SMUG – Time for some impressive photorealistic work! SMUG just finished his mural for Wonderwalls Festival in sunny Wollongong, Australia. What song do you think this man is playing? Photo by Off Chance Journal.


#4 SPOK BRILLOR – Next one in the list is this colossal painting made by Spok Brillor. He named the mural ‘Horus Brillorensis’, a combination of the falcon-headed Egyptian god Horus and his own name. Painted in Bogotá, Colombia, photographer unknown.


#5 ERNEST ZACHAREVIC – Actually made at the end of October, but we wanted to show it anyway. The Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic painted two stunning rooftops for Halloween. Photographer unknown.

Till death do us apartment buildings.


#6 BORDALO II – The amazing Portuguese artist Bordalo II is back on our list. This time, he made a so called Trash Animal in the streets of Paris, France. Photographer unknown.


#7 BKFOXX – The last painting on our list of Best Murals of November is made by BKfoxx. Named ‘Rise Up in the Dirt’, the image is based on indie pop band Voxtrot‘s song with the same name. Location: Kiev, Ukraine. 

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


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

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