List of street artists

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This is a list of notable street artists.

Africa[edit]

Egypt[edit]

South Africa[edit]

  • Faith47 – graffiti, street art, fine art

Americas[edit]

Argentina[edit]

  • Ever (Buenos Aires) – street art

Brazil[edit]

Canada[edit]

Mexico[edit]

United States[edit]

(alphabetical by last name, unless the full name is a "stage name")

A–L
M–Z

Asia[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

India[edit]

  • Daku, pseudonymous  – graffiti, social commentary
  • Yantr, pseudonymous  – machines, social commentary

Iran[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

  • Sanki King (Karachi) – graffiti, street art, sneaker art

Europe[edit]

Belgium[edit]

  • ROA – graffiti (animals and birds)

Denmark[edit]

Finland[edit]

  • Sampsa – graffiti, stencil art and painting

France[edit]

  • André (born 1971 as André Saraiva; also known as "Mr. A", "Monsieur A" or "Monsieur André") – Swedish-Portuguese graffiti artist; lives in Paris
  • Ash – graffiti
  • Blek le Rat – stencil graffiti, poster art
  • C215 – stencil graffiti
  • Darco (born 1968 as Darco Gellert in Bielefeld, Germany) – graffiti artist; lives and works in Paris
  • 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) – anonymous street artist

Georgia[edit]

  • Gagosh – street artist; stencil, graffiti, mosaics, installation

Germany[edit]

  • 3Steps (founded 1998) – 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) – graffiti
  • Darco see: France
  • DOME (real name: Christian Krämer) – street art, murals, urban art
  • El Bocho (Berlin) – street art
  • Boris Hoppek (born 1970, in Kreuztal; also known as "Forty") – contemporary artist based in Barcelona; 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) – graffiti artist and music producer
  • van Ray (born 1984 in Düsseldorf)  – street art and urban art artist
  • Undenk (Germany and Austria)

Greece[edit]

  • Bleeps.gr – street painting, wheatpasting, stencil graffiti
  • Woozy (born 1979 as Vaggelis Hoursoglou) – street art, graffiti

Ireland[edit]

Italy[edit]

  • 108 – graffiti
  • Blu – graffiti, stop motion
  • Sten Lex – stencil

The Netherlands[edit]

Norway[edit]

  • Dolk – graffiti, stencil graffiti
  • DOT DOT DOT – graffiti, stencil graffiti
  • Pøbel – graffiti, stencil graffiti

Poland[edit]

  • Olek  – yarn bombing

Portugal[edit]

  • Add Fuel (born Diogo Machado) – graffiti
  • Vhils – bas relief

Russia[edit]

Spain[edit]

Sweden[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

  • Harald Naegeli (born December 4, 1939) – known as the "Sprayer of Zurich" after the graffiti he sprayed in the late 1970s

United Kingdom[edit]

  • 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 and 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
  • Adam Neate (London) – art on cardboard
  • King Robbo (London) – graffiti, trainwriting, street art
  • Sickboy (Bristol and London) – graffiti, street art
  • Stik (London) – graffiti, street art
  • Nick Walker (Bristol) – graffiti, murals

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Iz the Wiz - Daily Telegraph obituary
  2. ^ Millor, Ivor (2002). Aerosol kingdom: subway painters of New York City. University Press of Mississippi. p. 41. ISBN 978-1-57806-465-6. 
  3. ^ Pollitt, Katha (November 1982). "Rev. of Graffiti, Gays & A Dull Diary". Mother Jones Magazine. Retrieved June 2, 2010.