7 Best Murals of the Month: May 2017

Each month, Street Art Today selects the seven most stunning murals of the past month. In this second edition we show work from among others INTI, Dulk and TELMO MIEL.

#1 INTI – ‘Our North is the South’ made by the Chilean artist INTI for the WonderWalls Street Art Festival in Port Adelaide, Australia. Photographer unknown.

#2 TELMO MIEL – This mural, painted by the Dutch duo TELMO MIEL, is inspired by the European migrants who arrived to the Railway Workshops in Western Australia. You can find this great piece in Perth, Australia. Photographer unknown.

#3 D*FACE – The English multimedia artist D*Face made this mural named ‘Love won’t tear us apart’ in Paris, France. Photo by Lionel Belluteau.

#4 BANKSY – Meaningful mural by Banksy about the Brexit in Dover, England. Photographer unknown.

#5 SMUGONE – This work by SmugOne deserves a spot in the best murals made in May 2017. He made this piece during the Bring The Paint street art festival in Leicester, England Photo by Suraj Chauhan.

#6 FINTAN MAGEE – Artists Fintan Magee made this mural in his motherland Australia. His piece ‘Head in the clouds’ can be found on the streets of Brisbane.

#7 DULK – Last but not least: ‘Where we used to scream’ made by Dulk painted in Wittenberg, Germany. It is about the salmon as a symbol and his struggle between life and death. Photo by Dulk.

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

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

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