Every street artist has a story to tell. In this exhibit, discover the work of a diverse group of street artists from around the world -- who've all given TEDx Talks about the big ideas behind their work.
In May 2012, Shai traveled to a conflict-driven region of Israel to take part of a creative collaboration and an art journey. It became a journey for finding hope in a land where optimism seemed to have vacated long ago.
Alexandre Farto mais conhecido no seu meio -- o da street art -- como VHILS falou no TEDxAveiro sobre a grande paixão dele: arte urbana e tudo que está por trás dela, na sua talk: "Criatividade no meio urbano".
Enjoying life as a world traveller and experimental dreamer has taught Omen many aspects of creativity that cannot be contained within a classroom. He remains true to his roots and wields aerosol cans with the expressive power of an oil painter.
Mohammed Ali is the founder of Soul City Arts, an organization that delivers artistic interventions, with the aim to bring 'some soul to our cities'. In 2011 he launched The Hubb -- an art centre in the heart of inner-city Birmingham.
Peap Tarr's tribalistic patterns take as much influence from his New Zealand home as they do from his Cambodian heritage. Peap Tarr is a member of Army Of Snipers, an international art collective.
FONKi est un artiste graffeur montréalais, né en France de parents cambodgiens qui ont fui le régime Khmer Rouge en 1975.
No one knows Happy better than Porkchop. After a "hard reboot" and starting over from scratch, Porkchop launched a media campaign with the sole purpose of spreading smiles. He talks on the simple idea of finding—and sharing—Happy.
Der Graffiti Künstler "Bomber" spricht über seine Kunst und deren Form der Kommunikation im Stadtraum und darüber, wie sich das Style Writing im Laufe der Jahre entwickelt und sowohl Stadt als auch Kommunikation verändert hat.
The reclusive founder of the Evereman public art project talks about the impact of co-operation over competition and the power in giving.