10/09/2013 18:46 BST | Updated 09/11/2013 05:12 GMT

On the Streets - A Weekly Round Up of the Freshest Global Street Art: 06 September

Summer might be in its end but Millie Kotseva's new weekly Friday review is full of rainbow colours and playfulness. First stop from this artful roller coaster is Frankfurt, where renowned artist Nunca delivered a stunning mural of a young woman in signature hatching lines, revealing the firm connection of modern urban Brazil with its native past.


Take a look below of the close- up shots of Nunca's fantastic piece, done for the Street Art Brazil Exhibition. All images are through StreetArtNews



Other notable walls come from David Shillinglaw in London, PEZ and Cranio newest collab in Barcelona, Ella and Pitr in St Etienne, France, The London Police in Kentucky, ARYZ in Rennes and Pablo Delgado in London. A full swing of vibrant worthy walls...

David Shillinglaw hits the streets of London again, resulting in this explosion of colours and vibrancy piece on Great Eastern Street. We love it.

Image via the artist


After UK, Brazilian artist Cranio is now in Spain, where he hooked up with local artist PEZ to create this frolic and colourful mural in Barcelona. We look forward to their next piece.

Image via StreetArtNews


Next stop from our colourful journey is French Saint Etienne, where artist duo Ella and Pitr deliver this large-scale piece featuring a young man mounted his creation- a red giant. The almost naive dadaistic style of the mural is quite unusual but very effective.

Image via StreetArtNews



The London Police are in Kentucky, where they took part of the local artist-in -residency programme to beautify public spaces and as it can be expected, they did not disappoint at all.

Image via the Wooster Collective


After a short visit in Cologne, Spanish ARYZ is now in Rennes, France for the Teenage Kicks Festival and his new mural is not only bright but full of playfulness too.

Image via Laure Jouanny


We finish our roundup with the master of miniature street art - Pablo Delgado, who is back putting up work on the grey streets of London. We will keep our eyes wide-open for all the little wonders he left for us. Here is what we found so far.

Image via Gordon Gibbens