Banksy reportedly gets arrested, posts message that today's work is cancelled due to police activity. Instead, we look at a city where graffiti is legal.
The incredible street art duo Haas & Haan of Favela Painting are headed back to to Rio de Janeiro to paint an entire hillside in Villa Cruzeiro.
Kings Bridge in the Bronx is known for its staircases, some with up to 160 steps. These "step streets" are also home to some wonderful street art.
Brooklyn-based architect Gia Wolff wins Weelwright prize to explore the floats of Rio de Janeiro Carnaval and others.
Santa Teresa, a historical neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro located on top of a hill, was built around the Santa Teresa Convent during the 18th century. It offers splendid views of the city and stunning architectural walks showing off a great variety of styles.
By now, you might be used to seeing abandoned theme parks set in barren, post-apocalyptic landscapes in China. But this one's different.
Though not generally known, street art was legalized in Rio de Janeiro in 2009. This article explores the unique relationship that has developed between street artists and building owners, the development of community around street art and how the urban fabric of the city has contributed to the flourishing street art scene.