List of street artists
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This is a list of notable street artists.
- 1 Africa
- 2 Americas
- 3 Asia
- 4 Europe
- 5 Oceania
- 6 References
- 7 See also
- Faith47 – graffiti, street art, fine art
- Ever – street art, Buenos Aires
- Pablo Delgado – paste-ups
(alphabetical by last name, unless the full name is a "stage name")
- Above (California) – stencils, large word-play paintings and hanging arrows
- Federico Archuleta (Austin, Texas) – stencil murals
- AVANT (New York City) – guerrilla art, street art
- Avoid pi (aka Adam VOID, South Carolina, Brooklyn) – graffiti, wheatpasting
- B.N.E. (New York City)
- Beautiful Angle (Tacoma, Washington) – wheatpasting letterpress
- Jean-Michel Basquiat (New York City)
- Borf (Washington, D.C.) – graffiti, stencils
- André Pierre Charles (New York City)
- Robbie Conal (Los Angeles) – poster art
- Tim "CON" Conlon (Alexandria, Virginia) – graffiti, street installations
- Cool "Disco" Dan (Dan Hogg, Washington, D.C.) – graffiti
- Cope2 (born Fernando Carlo at the Bronx, New York) – graffiti
- Cornbread (born Darryl McCray in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) – graffiti
- Shai Dahan
- Brad Downey (born 1980 in Louisville, Kentucky) – film, sculpture, painting and drawing.
- El Celso (New York City)
- Ron English – billboards, stencils, murals
- Faile (artist collective) (Brooklyn, New York)
- Shepard Fairey (Los Angeles) is a street artist and graphic designer, known for his OBEY campaign.
- John Fekner (New York City)
- Ellis Gallagher (New York City)
- Graffiti Research Lab (New York City)
- Keith Haring (New York City)
- IZ the Wiz (born November 30, 1958 – June 17, 2009 as Michael Martin) was one of the most prominent graffiti writers of the New York graffiti movement of the late 70s and early 80s.
- Mark Jenkins (Alexandria, Virginia) – street installations
- Michael Kirby (Baltimore, Maryland)
- Knitta Please (Houston, Texas) – knitted Graffiti
- Barry McGee (born 1966 in San Francisco, aka Twist, Twister, Ray Fong and others)
- Mr. Brainwash (Los Angeles)
- Mear One (Los Angeles)
- Mister Cartoon (Los Angeles) – tattoo, graffiti
- Alec Monopoly (Los Angeles) – street art, fine art, murals
- Morley (Los Angeles) – wheatpaste artist
- Neck Face (California) – graffiti
- Nsumi (New York City) – art collective
- Olek – street installations
- Poster Boy (New York City) – NYC Subway street artist
- Priz-one – graffiti
- Retna (born Marquis Lewis 1979; Los Angeles) – graffiti
- Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada – (New York City) urban art, culture jamming
- Saber (Los Angeles) – graffiti
- SAMO (New York City)
- Scape Martinez (California) – abstract expressionist, graffiti, public art installations
- Seen – "The godfather of graffiti", tattoos, toys
- Skullphone (Los Angeles)
- Smear (Cristian Gheorghiu) (Los Angeles) – graffiti, street art, contemporary painter
- Sane Smith (New York City)
- Stay High 149 (born Wayne Roberts; October 20, 1950 – June 11, 2012; New York) was an American graffiti artist.
- CS Stanley (Indianapolis) – stencil graffiti
- Melanie Stimmell (Los Angeles) – Madonnari-style street painting
- Swoon (New York City) – cut out, wheatpasting
- TAKI 183 (Bronx, New York) – Graffiti writing pioneer
- The Tanster (Hamptons, New York) – Pop up artist
- Dan Witz (Brooklyn, New York)
- Tsang Tsou Choi, aka "King of Kowloon" – graffiti
- Daku, pseudonymous – graffiti, social commentary
- Sanki King (Karachi, Pakistan) – Graffiti,Street Art,Sneaker Art
- ROA – graffiti (animals and birds)
- Sampsa – graffiti, stencil art and painting
- André (born 1971 as André Saraiva also known as Mr. A, Monsieur A or Monsieur André) is a Swedish-Portuguese graffiti Artist living in Paris (France).
- Ash – graffiti
- Blek le Rat – stencil graffiti, poster art
- C215 – stencil graffiti
- Darco (born 1968 as Darco Gellert in Bielefeld, Germany) is a graffiti-artist who lives and works in Paris (France).
- EL Seed – calligraphy graffiti
- Invader – mosaic
- Jef Aérosol – stencil graffiti
- JR – graffiti, poster art, photography
- Thierry Noir – Berlin Wall artist
- Miss.Tic – stencil
- Miss Van – graffiti
- Zevs (born 1977) is an anonymous street artist.
- 3Steps (founded 1998) is a contemporary street artist collective between the twins Kai Harald Krieger (born March 15, 1980) and Uwe Harald Krieger (born March 15, 1980) and Joachim Pitt (born December 8, 1980).
- DAIM (born 1971 in Lüneburg as Mirko Reisser) is a German graffiti artist.
- Darco see: France
- DOME (real name: Christian Krämer) – street art, murals, urban art
- El Bocho (Berlin) – street art
- Herakut is the name of a two-person team (Jasmin Siddiqui aka Hera and Falk Lehmann aka Akut) of German street artists specializing in murals.
- Boris Hoppek (born 1970, in Kreuztal; aka Forty) is a contemporary artist based in Barcelona. His artistic roots lie in graffiti, but today his work spans painting, photography, video, sculpture and installation art.
- MadC (real name: Claudia Walde) – graffiti, graphic design
- Klark Kent (born 1973 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany) is a graffiti artist and music producer.
- van Ray (born 1984 in Düsseldorf) is a German street art and urban art artist
- Undenk (Germany, Austria)
- Bleeps.gr – street painting, wheatpasting, stencil Graffiti.
- Woozy (born 1979 as Vaggelis Hoursoglou) – street art, graffiti
- Dolk – graffiti, stencil graffiti
- DOT DOT DOT – graffiti, stencil graffiti
- Pøbel – graffiti, stencil graffiti
- Olek – yarn bombing
- Pavel 183 – graffiti
- Chanoir (Barcelona) – graffiti
- El Xupet Negre (Barcelona) – graffiti
- La Mano/Nami (Spanish for The Hand) is a graffiti artist based in Barcelona.
- Pez (Barcelona) – graffiti
- Harald Naegeli (born December 4, 1939) is a Swiss artist best known as the "Sprayer of Zurich" after the graffiti he sprayed in the late 1970s.
- Banksy (Bristol) – graffiti, stencil graffiti
- Cartrain (London-Leytonstone) – stencil, collage
- James Cochran (London) – graffiti, street art, murals
- Andy Council (Bristol) – graffiti, murals
- Cutup (London) – billboards
- Darren Cullen (london) – graffiti, stencil graffiti
- Robert Del Naja (Bristol) – graffiti, street art, album covers
- Inkie (Bristol, London) – graffiti, street art, graphic design
- Paul Insect (London) – graffiti, stencil graffiti, street art
- Mancsy (Manchester) – screen prints
- Alex Martinez (Notting Hill, London) – graffiti, street art
- Benjamin Murphy tape art, street art, fine art
- Adam Neate (London) – art on cardboard
- King Robbo (London) – graffiti, trainwriting, street art
- Sickboy (Bristol, London) – graffiti, street art
- Stik (London) – graffiti, street art
- Nick Walker (Bristol) – graffiti, murals
- Civilian – stencil graffiti
- Luke Cornish (aka E.L.K.) – stencil graffiti
- Dlux – stencil graffiti, street poster art
- Duel – graffiti
- Fred Fowler – stencil art, post-graffiti
- Ha-Ha – stencil graffiti, street poster art
- Jisoe – graffiti
- Meek – stencil graffiti
- Mini Graff – stencil graffiti
- Phibs – stencil graffiti
- Prism – stencil graffiti
- Rone – stencil graffiti, street poster art
- Shida – Murals
- Stormie Mills – graffiti art
- Vexta – stencil graffiti
- ZAM-1 – graffiti
- Iz the Wiz - Daily Telegraph obituary
- Millor, Ivor (2002). Aerosol kingdom: subway painters of New York City. University Press of Mississippi. p. 41. ISBN 978-1-57806-465-6.
- Pollitt, Katha (November 1982). "Rev. of Graffiti, Gays & A Dull Diary". Mother Jones Magazine. Retrieved June 2, 2010.
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