Blending a range of styles and motifs, American artist Simon Cooper’s collection of primary coloured works are inescapably easy on the eye. Using simple line work, white silhouetted figures and coloured shapes, his work is a hybrid of Mondrian and cubism. While we see so much work inspired by the internet and other modern phenomena, it’s interesting to see Simon take his work back to basics and draw from more traditional sources.
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12 Reasons Berlin Is the World's Best Street Art Spot
Berlin boasts hundreds of galleries, but it was named a UNESCO City of Design ten years ago in large part because of its tradition of brightening abandoned and dilapidated buildings, alleyways, and overpasses with captivating designs. Here, L.A. artist El Mac’s mural of a Mexican man he photographed at a lucha libre match decorates a formerly abandoned vacuum cleaner factory turned startup office.