7 Best Murals of the Month: April 2017

Street Art Today selects each month the seven most stunning murals of the past month. In this first edition we show work from among others Faith47, Conor Harrington and Dour One.

#1 FAITH47 – ‘Giant Elephant’ is a massive work made by the South African muralist Faith47 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by: Chopemdown Films.

#2 BORDALO II – ‘Red Squirrel’ by Portuguese environmental artist Bordalo II in Dublin, Ireland. It is part of his serie named ‘Big Trash Animals’.

#3 CONOR HARRINGTON – ‘Embrace and Fight’ by Irish artist Conor Harrington. A 30 high mural on 85, boulevard Vincent-Auriol (XIIIe), Paris, France. Photo by: Lionel Belluteau / unoeilquitraine.

#4 ALEXIS DIAZ – Work by Puerto Rican muralist Alexis Diaz. Made during The Crystal Ship Festival 2017 in Oostende, Belgium. Photo by: Ian Cox.

#5 DOUR ONE – ‘Même Composition Même Beauté’ is made by the duo Dourone. This mural is an ode to equality, represented by the female figure. It can be seen in Mulhouse, France. Photo by: Jean-Paul Houille.

#6 PAOLO DELFIN – ‘Flor y fruto’ is a great mural made by Mexican visual artist Paola Delfín in Mexico City, Mexico.

#7 PHLEGM – Work made by the British Phlegm during The Crystal Ship 2017 in Oostende, Belgium. Photo by: Ian Cox.

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

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