Huge paint Derivcos wall in central Stockholm

Derivco got in touch and needed some colour and branding on one of their office walls. We contacted the Swedish artists Huge for the job and here’s the result.

Steve Locatelli colored The Hub Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden

The newly renovated Business Hotel “The Hub” in Stockholm (Kista) got in touch with us and wanted to put some colors on their facade. We thought that Steve Locatelli from Belgium was a perfect match for the job and sent him over to Sweden for some days. Here’s the stunning result:

Appear37 added more colors to Tim Timmey’s snake installation

Tim Timmey’s wooden snake got placed at Karlskronas Skärgårdsfest in Sweden last weekend. Appear37 finished Tim Timmey’s snake with some colors at Ristorgstrappan in Karlskrona. See more of the snake here below:

Our gift to Europes MMA pride: SBG in Ireland

Last week we went to Ireland to paint one of the walls in Europes MMA pride – SBG in Dublin. Here are some of the shots of our gift. Big thanks to Chemis who painted the wall, SBG and all other awesome Irish people we met.

The very first Red Bull Curates: Canvas Cooler Project in Malta 2016

Red Bull, together with Add More Colors are hosting Maltas very first Red Bull Curates: The Canvas Cooler Project this year. For one month artists all over the island got to send their application and get a chance of becoming one of the finalists. In total there were 28 artists participating but we could unfortunately only pick 6 artists to paint one a Red Bull cooler. The coolers will be exhibited on Wednesday and a winner will be picked to join us at Add More Colors in Sweden to paint on “Karlskronas Skärgårdsfestival” later on this summer.

So far we say congratulations to SeaPuppy, Malcolm Alden, Glenn Ellul, Lara Manara, Cheryl Bilocca Art and Francesco Morena who were all selected as finalists. More updates and images of the coolers will come soon… Read more

Tim Timmey creates a huge snake installation for “Hasslöfestivalen” in Sweden

The Hasslö festival in Sweden is located in the center of Karlskrona’s amazing archipelago. The festival has been visited by artists such as Hoola Bandoola Band, First Aid Kit, The Sounds, Nationalteatern, Magnus Uggla, Amanda Jenssen, Mikael Wiehe, Hardcore Superstar, Atomic Swing, Loreen, Pugh Rogefeldt, Cookies n Beans, Royal Republic, Hoffmaestro, Eldkvarn, Mikael Rickfors, September, Status Quo, Kim Larsen and many more.

This year they wanted to do something extra and got in contact with us for an installation. After Tim Timmey’s lookout tower formed as a chicken at the HX festival in Helsingborg last year we could not think of anyone else for the job. Here’s the stunning result Read more

The environmental artist Tony Plant creates giant sand artworks

The artist Tony Plant transforms beautiful beaches into sand drawings. His pieces are temporary since the drawings will fast get washed away by the water. Sometimes it’s more about capturing a good footage than keeping an artwork on a wall. There’s just something special with alternative canvases Read more

Photographer transforms famous landmarks with paper cutouts

The London based artist Rich McCor explores his own hometown on a new level. He decorates his photos with paper silhouettes and hold them in front of famous landmarks.

Rubik’s Cube Mosaic by Pete Fecteau

Pete Fecteau from America spent 40 hours on a painting made entirely by Rubik’s cubes.