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Discover 2,382 original artworks for sale, Original artworks, Limited Editions & Prints | Street Art Whether street art, urban art or graffiti, these new artistic trends have been established for several decades now in all major[...]

Discover 2,382 original artworks for sale, Original artworks, Limited Editions & Prints | Street Art

Whether street art, urban art or graffiti, these new artistic trends have been established for several decades now in all major cities: from New York to Paris or from London to Tokyo via Rio. of Janeiro. First of all, the use of the word "Street art" is relatively recent. It dates from the 2000s. It was used in 2006 during the first art auctions representing works from this artistic movement. In 2008 the "street art" exhibition at the Tate Modern in London imposed this term to describe this new singular artistic movement characterized by a great diversity of style (graffiti, collages, stencils, installations, frescoes, mosaics, stickers...)

You could say it's a global art movement that started in the 1960s and is still alive today. The diversity of media used, styles, techniques and the freedom to create in the public space. It's a new movement that has entered the history of art.

Who created street art?

Traces of art have been found on the walls since time immemorial. Whether it is parietal art in the caves of Lascaux, or names found on the walls of Pompeii, the art of drawing and graffiti in the public space is found at all times. What is called street art today is therefore not totally new.

In France in the 1930s, the artist Brassaï, interested in graffiti, decided to photograph them to memorize them in photos. In the 1950s, Jacques Villeglé (1926-) and Raymond Hains recovered posters from the street in order to recreate a work of art with these lacerated pieces of poster. They thus laid the first foundations of what would later become street art. At the same time Gérard Zlotykamien (1940-), in 1963, he began to paint black and red silhouettes in the street that he would call “ephemera”. He will continue to paint his silhouettes for several years.
This theme of silhouettes and the use of spray paint are also important in the work of Ernest Pignon-Ernest (1942-). His stencil-cut silhouettes and drawn on the walls are his signature. He will invade certain places and walls with his creations like today's graffiti artists.

At the end of the 1960s, in Philadelphia (United States), the first of the "graphers" was the artist Cornbread, who wrote his signature everywhere. This is the birth of the first tags: Capital letters made with an aerosol spray. Many young people follow their example and will tag their name on the walls.
In 1969 Julio 204, in New York is one of the first to tag in the city, he is also the first to add his street number to his signature. Phenomenon that will become the marker of the New York movement. Taki 183 is truly the first tagger to become known in the city, covering walls and subway trains with his signatures.
Faced with the increase in the number of graffiti artists, artists are beginning to seek to differentiate themselves. Stay High 149 is the first to add graphic elements to its signature by doubling its tag and adding the halo visible in the Le Saint series. Following this many graffiti artists will follow his example and the style will become more and more inventive. Phase 2 is the outstanding artist who will modify the tag by creating ever more original letter shapes and ending its composition with an arrow.

The late 1970s prolific artist Seen produced works in bright, contrasting colors while Blade worked on perspective and geometry in his work. He is one of the first artists to be spotted by a gallery and to have his first exhibition.

The street art phenomenon is spreading all over the world

The style is evolving more and more, sometimes moving away from the original graffiti. The real hunt led by the authorities against the artists who tag the doors and subway cars intensifies, the artists are forced to redouble their ingenuity to work by being more and more rapid in their work and in creativity to be able to stand out from other artists. This will also lead to a change of place for their work and the increase of walls as a support for their achievements. The evolution of their work tool the aerosol can evolves. Many colors appear and the spray tips allow artists a variety of line thickness.

Artists Futura, Dondi White, Rammellzee or A-One were the leading artists of the late 1979s and early 1980s in the USA. They are also the first to give a more or less political message to their work. Since 1979 art venues and alternative galleries have been interested in and exhibited street art artists. The success became international and from the 1980s the artists Blade, Futura or Seen exhibited in numerous exhibitions in Europe. European museums such as the Boijmans Van Beuningen museum in Rotterdam will acquire street art works. With the exhibitions and the discovery of street art through travel, from 1983 and 1984, the phenomenon spread in Europe (France, Italy, Germany...)

In Paris, the first known graffiti artist is Bando who imports graffiti in France and joins the artists Blek le Rat and Jérôme Mesnager who make stencils in artists using urban supports.
The stammering beginnings of Parisian graffiti are concentrated on the banks of the Seine between the Pont Neuf and the Pont de la Concorde. Exchanges between European artists are intensifying. The English artist Mode 2 will thus work in Paris with Bando who will then collaborate with the Dutchman Sho. The exchanges are also intensifying with North American artists like JonOne who met Bando in New York, he is going to show him what is being done in Paris. JonOne then comes to Paris, he then joins the Bad Boy Crew (BBC) and ends up staying permanently in the French capital. JonOne will differentiate himself from other artists by focusing on movement rather than lettering. In the early 1990s, the BBC exhibited throughout Europe.

What is the message of street art?

If until now street art was essentially a tagging technique, from the 1990s urban art will experience a small revolution. Some artists will replace the signature with representations of faces, portraits...- like Shepard Fairey alias Obey. Still a student in 1989, he created an icon “André the Giant Has a Posse” and made a sticker out of it that he distributed to his friends asking them to stick it everywhere. Its objective is to make us aware that the images we see all have a meaning and that it is important to understand it.
The new generation will no longer use only the aerosol can to invade the urban space, but will use stickers, collage, mosaic, stencil...
The French Space Invider will invade public space by sticking mosaic tesserae on the walls to create visuals inspired by the 1978 arcade game Space Invaders. Invader has installed over 3000 parts in over 60 cities around the world.

In reaction to the visual pollution created by commercial communication in the public space, the artist Zevs will divert the logos of major brands by liquefying them on the facades of department stores after dark. He will also create shadows of street furniture objects by painting the shadows of these objects on the sidewalks.

Over the years, the artist Banksy will use his art to denounce the failings of society with humour, poetry and shocking visuals, in particular using the stencil technique. His simple and refined scenes astonish and mark the minds. He quickly became one of the most famous artists. Other French artists will use this technique like Miss.Tic, Blek le Rat, Jef Aérosol or C215.

Street art is constantly evolving. From the simple graffiti of his beginnings to the graffiti of Seen or JonOne, the techniques are diversifying. Graffiti artists continue to use spray cans to create their works. But they also use new techniques and supports such as mosaic, stencil, sticker, installations, sculpture or video projection.

Some famous street art artists


Artist who managed to keep his identity a secret from the media. His works made mainly in stencil initially in the streets of London before invading the streets of the whole world.

His satirical and subversive work is carried out with the aim of highlighting a different way of thinking than the ambient one. Especially the mass media. His work focuses on strong political and social demands.

The 2010 documentary "Exit Through the Gift Shop" was nominated for the Best Documentary Oscar.

Shepard Fairey

Born in 1970, he is a contemporary artist known for his graphic serigraphs. Known first for his stickers, his work became famous thanks to his poster of Barrack Obama during the US presidential election in 2008.

His work is in the collections of many museums such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Jeff Aerosol

Artist born in 1957. He is one of the pioneers of street art in France in the early 1980s. Stencil artist, he creates portraits of personalities such as Elvis Presley, Lennon, Basquiat... but also anonymous people such as children , passers-by or beggars.

Street art artist quotes


"Graffiti is one of the few avenues available to you when you have next to nothing. And while you can't cure poverty in this world with a picture, at least you can make someone smile while they piss".

"The greatest crimes are not committed by those who break the rules but by people who obey orders. They are the ones who drop bombs and massacre villages."

Gerard Zlotykamien

"Creation is a disease, an anomaly from which I have no intention of curing!"

What are the biggest street art festivals?

Many street art and urban art festivals take place all over the world:

  • In France, the Grenoble Street Art Fest, the Underground effect in Paris la Défense, the Zoo Art Show in Lyon.
  • In Great Britain, the Bristol's Upfest
  • In Norway, NuArt
  • In Canada the Montreal's Mural
  • In Spain, the Asalto, Zaragoza, Bloop Festival, Ibiza, Arco Madrid, Miau Fanzara
  • In the USA, Wynwood Miami, The Jersey City Mural Arts Program, Detroit - Murals In The Market, Hawaii Kaka'ako - Pow! Wow!, Sacramento - Wide Open Walls, Atlanta - Living Walls
  • In Belgium, Ostend - The Crystal Ship
  • In Switzerland, Art Basel
  • In Poland, Lodz - Urban Forms
  • In China, Hong Kong – Hkwalls

What are the films to see on street art?

  • Get to the Wall: A Banksy Documentary
  • Chats perchés: A documentary on M Chat
  • Out directed by French street artist JR.
  • Downtown 81 – Jean-Michel Basquiat: film returns to the beginning of Basquiat's career.
  • Stations of the Elevated: a documentary on New York graffiti.
  • Wild Style, a film from the 1980s: documentary on American urban culture and graffiti.
  • Writers 1983-2003, 20 years of graffiti in Paris

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Painting titled "mobile" by Frob, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
mobile - Painting, 15.8x47.2 in ©2023 by Frob - Street Art, street-art-624, Technology, iphone, samsung, téléphone, mobile, itinérant, 4G, Apple, connect, connecté, lol, khapta, clic, mdr, techno, technologie, moula, selfie, appel, call, écran

Acrylic on Canvas | 15.8x47.2 in

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Painting titled "Apply Some Plessure" by Emanuele Vittorioso, Original Artwork, Acrylic
Apply Some Plessure - Painting, 34.7x34.7 in ©2023 by Emanuele Vittorioso - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, Abstract, Post Graffiti, Urban Art, Street Art
"Apply Some Plessure"

Acrylic on Linen Canvas | 34.7x34.7 in

Painting titled "Sacrée Triplette" by Arsen, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Sacrée Triplette - Painting, 34.7x34.7 in ©2023 by Arsen - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, pop art, street art, stdsio tangerine, peinture, painting
"Sacrée Triplette"

Acrylic on Wood | 34.7x34.7 in

Painting titled "In a diamond crown" by Marta Zawadzka, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
In a diamond crown - Painting, 51.2x51.2 in ©2023 by Marta Zawadzka - Street Art, street-art-624, Pop Culture, portrait, skull, queen, freedom, contemporary art
"In a diamond crown"

Acrylic on Canvas | 51.2x51.2 in

Painting titled "Festival" by Luc Villard, Original Artwork, Collages Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Festival - Painting, 31.5x31.5 in ©2023 by Luc Villard - Street Art, street-art-624, Abstract, moderne, contemporain, abstrait, collage

Collages on Canvas | 31.5x31.5 in

Design titled "CT4- Vestiaire/armo…" by Gilles Galvin (FACTORY GRAFF), Original Artwork, Furniture
CT4- Vestiaire/armoire-Collection teenagers - Design, 76.8x47.2 in ©2022 by Gilles Galvin (FACTORY GRAFF) - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti
"CT4- Vestiaire/armoire-Collection teenagers"

Design | 76.8x47.2 in

Painting titled "Jax 2" by Salomé Perignon, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Jax 2 - Painting, 47.2x31.5 in ©2020 by Salomé Perignon - Street Art, street-art-624, Pop Culture, jaxteller, teller, jax, soa, sonsofanarchy, serie, film, samcro, salomeperignon, charliehunnam, kurtsutter, streetart, urban, art, contemporain
"Jax 2"

Acrylic on Canvas | 47.2x31.5 in

Painting titled "Cartoon race" by Rinalds Vanadzins, Original Artwork, Acrylic
Cartoon race - Painting, 23.6x35.4 in ©2023 by Rinalds Vanadzins - Street Art, street-art-624, Cartoon, cartoon, race, flinston, goofy, road runner, porsche, car, nascar, cars, art, colorful, vibrant, car race, character
"Cartoon race"

Acrylic on Canvas | 23.6x35.4 in

Painting titled "Keith Haring Love M…" by Lex, Original Artwork, Acrylic
Keith Haring Love Mona Lisa - Painting, 39.4x39.4 in ©2023 by Lex - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, Keith Haring, Street Art, Pop Art, Mona Lisa, Monna Lisa, Leonardo, Lex
"Keith Haring Love Mona Lisa"

Acrylic on Canvas | 39.4x39.4 in

Prints available
Painting titled "MRY'S WRLD" by Yannick Aaron, Original Artwork, Oil Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
MRY'S WRLD - Painting, 78.7x78.7 in ©2023 by Yannick Aaron - Street Art, street-art-624, Video Game

Oil on Linen Canvas | 78.7x78.7 in

On Request
Painting titled "Face on the wall" by Val Escoubet, Original Artwork, Oil
Face on the wall - Painting, 31.9x23.6 in ©2023 by Val Escoubet - Street Art, street-art-624, Women, portrait femme, femme à chapeau, regard de femme, graffitis, street-art, portrait réaliste
"Face on the wall"

Oil on Linen Canvas | 31.9x23.6 in

Painting titled "Le dodo de l'île Ma…" by Christophe Peccini (PETCHO), Original Artwork, Acrylic
Le dodo de l'île Maurice - Painting, 78.7x55.1 in ©2023 by Christophe Peccini (PETCHO) - Street Art, street-art-624, Bird, dodo, Ile, Maurice, oiseau, street art, peinture, acrylique, animal, figuratif
"Le dodo de l'île Maurice"

Acrylic on Canvas | 78.7x55.1 in

Prints available
Painting titled "Poly ART "ART IS NO…" by N Nathan, Original Artwork, Engraving
Poly ART "ART IS NOT A CRIME" - Painting, 29.5x29.5 in ©2023 by N Nathan - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, n nathan, artiste nnathan, artiste n nathan, tableau n nathan, street art nathan, nathan monaco, artiste n nathan monaco, art is not a crime, miroir nathan

Engraving on Metal | 29.5x29.5 in

Painting titled "Superjams Volume 5" by Koen Haarbosch, Original Artwork, Spray paint
Superjams Volume 5 - Painting, 59.1x39.4 in ©2023 by Koen Haarbosch - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, modern cubism, happy doodle art, cute characters, art for home, urban street art, graffiti, comic cartoon, art on paper, outsider, positive vibes, monochrome, keith haring
"Superjams Volume 5"

Spray paint on Paper | 59.1x39.4 in

Collages titled "Miss and Blanche ne…" by Fabrice Hubert, Original Artwork, Collages Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Miss and Blanche neige - Collages, 31.5x23.6 in ©2023 by Fabrice Hubert - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, streetart, popart, graphitis, contemporaine, miss, modèle, femme, élégance, design, mixedmedia, paint, art, collage, résine, oeuvre, collections
"Miss and Blanche neige"

Collages on Canvas | 31.5x23.6 in

Painting titled "PAN" by Pierre Lamblin, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
PAN - Painting, 39.4x31.9 in ©2023 by Pierre Lamblin - Street Art, street-art-624, Comics, lamblin, panthere rose, pink panther

Acrylic on Canvas | 39.4x31.9 in

Printmaking titled ""Midnight Visions"" by Yuriy Kraft, Original Artwork, AI generated image Mounted on Plexiglass
"Midnight Visions" - Printmaking, 29.5x19.7 in ©2023 by Yuriy Kraft - Street Art, street-art-624, City, digitale kunst, junge, furchtlos, stadt, stadt bei nacht, industrial, light
""Midnight Visions""

Printmaking on Plexiglass | 29.5x19.7 in

Sculpture titled "Symphonie 2 Violons" by Shelby, Original Artwork, Aluminium Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Symphonie 2 Violons - Sculpture, 39.4x39.4x1.2 in ©2023 by Shelby - Street Art, street-art-624
"Symphonie 2 Violons"

Sculpture - Aluminium | 39.4x39.4x1.2 in

Painting titled "Native People" by Sara Swati, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Native People - Painting, 27.6x19.7 in ©2023 by Sara Swati - Street Art, street-art-624, Menschen, Gruppe, Stadt, Party, Rot, Frauen
"Native People"

Acrylic on Canvas | 27.6x19.7 in

On Request
Painting titled "LIKE CARDS" by Halidou, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
LIKE CARDS - Painting, 47.2x59.1 in ©2022 by Halidou - Street Art, street-art-624, Kid, HALIDOU OUANGRAOUA, HALIDOU ARTISTE, STREET ART AFRICAIN, POCHOIR

Acrylic on Canvas | 47.2x59.1 in

Painting titled "Modelos" by Luis Guinea (Luison), Original Artwork, Oil Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Modelos - Painting, 57.9x51.2 in ©2017 by Luis Guinea (Luison) - Street Art, street-art-624, Color

Oil on Linen Canvas | 57.9x51.2 in

Painting titled "Poire grenade" by Comains, Original Artwork, Acrylic
Poire grenade - Painting, 39.4x19.7 in ©2022 by Comains - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, Contraste, Poire, Grenade, Artderue, Street Art
"Poire grenade"

Acrylic on Canvas | 39.4x19.7 in

Collages titled "NYC" by Hélène Jacob, Original Artwork, Tape Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
NYC - Collages, 31.5x23.6 in ©2023 by Hélène Jacob - Street Art, street-art-624, City, newYork city

Collages on Canvas | 31.5x23.6 in

Collages titled "Il cranio 41.5 x 41…" by Abstract Paintings Serge, Original Artwork, Acrylic
Il cranio 41.5 x 41.5 - Collages, 16.3x16.3 in ©2023 by Abstract Paintings Serge - Street Art, street-art-624, Abstract, skull, abstract, painting, modern, collage, collageart
"Il cranio 41.5 x 41.5"

Collages on Wood | 16.3x16.3 in

Painting titled "Et Après ?" by Roger.M, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Et Après ? - Painting, 39.4x39.4 in ©2023 by Roger.M - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, GRAFFITIS, collages, abstrait, bleu, jaune, rose, grand format, rogerm, streetart, popart
"Et Après ?"

Acrylic on Canvas | 39.4x39.4 in

Painting titled "This is a War" by Brazo, Original Artwork, Acrylic
This is a War - Painting, 39.4x39.4 in ©2023 by Brazo - Street Art, street-art-624, Abstract, street art, colours, square, interior design, modern art, italian art, like basquiat, art for home, art gallery
"This is a War"

Acrylic on Canvas | 39.4x39.4 in

Painting titled "Believe" by Mad, Original Artwork, Acrylic
Believe - Painting, 45.3x34.7 in ©2022 by Mad - Street Art, street-art-624, Women, couleur, collage, street art, regard, espoir, femme, coulure, abstrait, action painting

Acrylic on Canvas | 45.3x34.7 in

On Request
Painting titled "La madonne bleue" by Eric Ullrich, Original Artwork, Acrylic
La madonne bleue - Painting, 27.6x19.7 in ©2022 by Eric Ullrich - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, room art, eric ullrich
"La madonne bleue"

Acrylic on Paper | 27.6x19.7 in

Painting titled "Close" by Machone, Original Artwork, Spray paint Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Close - Painting, 39.4x39.4 in ©2023 by Machone - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, urban art, pop art, graffiti art, contemporary art, reflectve art, street art

Spray paint on Canvas | 39.4x39.4 in

Painting titled "Violáceo amanecer" by Cesar Ayllón, Original Artwork, Oil
Violáceo amanecer - Painting, 39.4x39.4 in ©2023 by Cesar Ayllón - Street Art, street-art-624
"Violáceo amanecer"

Oil on Linen Canvas | 39.4x39.4 in

Painting titled "flowers" by Bran Mastean, Original Artwork, Spray paint
flowers - Painting, 39.4x27.6 in ©2023 by Bran Mastean - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti

Spray paint on Canvas | 39.4x27.6 in

Painting titled "Amélia" by Istraille, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
Amélia - Painting, 47.2x31.5 in ©2021 by Istraille - Street Art, street-art-624, Portrait, bleu, rose, portrait, graffiti, street-art, texture, moderne, contemporain, original

Acrylic on Canvas | 47.2x31.5 in

Painting titled "MATRIX" by Fleur Keil, Original Artwork, Ink
MATRIX - Painting, 45.7x28 in ©2022 by Fleur Keil - Street Art, street-art-624, Graffiti, BLACK, WHITE, WOMAN, MATRIX, MATRICE, GIRL, CANVA, PEINTURE, WOMANARTISTE, NEW

Ink on Canvas | 45.7x28 in

Painting titled "J'suis seule tu peu…" by Bernard Rolland, Original Artwork, Acrylic Mounted on Wood Stretcher frame
J'suis seule tu peux venir! - Painting, 31.5x31.5 in ©2021 by Bernard Rolland - Street Art, street-art-624, Feminine, NU, NUD, Jaune, BD
"J'suis seule tu peux venir!"

Acrylic on Canvas | 31.5x31.5 in

Prints available
Painting titled "Life in the bronx" by Feliciana More, Original Artwork, Acrylic
Life in the bronx - Painting, 39.4x39.4 in ©2022 by Feliciana More - Street Art, street-art-624, City, Bronx, street-art, streetart, colors, contemporary art, contemporary artist
"Life in the bronx"

Acrylic on Canvas | 39.4x39.4 in

Painting titled "Hustler Sponge Bob…" by Carlos Pun, Original Artwork, Acrylic
Hustler Sponge Bob ft. Foundr cover - Painting, 27.6x19.7 in ©2022 by Carlos Pun - Street Art, street-art-624, Cartoon, bob sponge, bob sponge square pants, bob sponge art, money art, uv art, uv light, uv ligth art, carlos pun art, carlos pun, invest in art, ultra violet light, foundr art, street art cartoon, art basel 2023
"Hustler Sponge Bob ft. Foundr cover"

Acrylic on Canvas | 27.6x19.7 in



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