Graffiti by the anonymous British-based street artist Banksy has appeared in the French capital for the first time. Some of the murals have been seen as taking aim at Europe’s migrant crisis and capitalism.
A Singapore street artist explains what it’s like to operate in a place where graffiti is illegal.
In a bid to lure tourists, internationally-renowned graffiti artists were invited to create artworks in a village in The Gambia, writes the BBC’s Clare Spencer.
Provocative artist Banksy has revealed a 20m high artwork in New York to draw attention to the imprisonment of Zehra Dogan, a Kurdish painter from Turkey.
Each drop of paint is sprayed individually building the picture dot by dot.