7 Best Murals of the Month: January 2018

Each month, Street Art Today selects the seven most stunning murals of the past month. In the first edition of this year: Dan Kitchener, an installation by JR, Fin DAC’s #hiddenbeauty and more! The list is in a random order.


#1 BONZAI – New year, new murals. “2018. Let’s make it a peaceful/positive one!” Dope liquid chrome piece by the British artist Bonzai.


#2 GLEO – The Colombian street artist Gleo started her year with this stunning mural named ‘Primitive soul’. Her newest creation is made for Panteón and can be found in Hermosillo, Mexico. Photographer unknown.



#3 DANK – ‘Liquid Lights – Tokyo Neon’ is Dan Kitchener aka DANK’s first of 2018. A great, chaotic combination of Japanese tags, neon signs, cityscapes and a Japanese geisha. Model: Ayumi Lanoire.



#4 JR – Although many artists are having their winter break, the French artist JR continues to create beautiful work. He made this huge installation for his show ‘GIANTS – Body of Work’ at Lazinc in London, England. Photographer unknown.


#5 COSIMO CHEONE CAIFFA – Amazing portrait by the artist Cosimo Cheone Caiffa. Positive/Negative vibes in Milan, Italy.


#6 Fin DAC – The Irish artist Fin DAC is on fire and painted another mural for his #hiddenbeauty series. ‘Zaluuokhin’ can be found somewhere in Adelaide, Australia. Model: Meghna Lall, photographer unknown.



#7 VANCE – Finally we show this badass work of the artist Vance. It is amazing to see how this piece shows both strength and fragility. Photographer unknown.

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


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

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