Urban art paintings at 2B Art Gallery

Meet 10 Urban Art Artists Whose Art Should Grace Your Walls

Welcome urban art lovers, sit yourself down and meet the best urban artists in town. In fact, meet urban art artists whose are should be gracing your walls. Their art brings flashes of color and inspiration to all spaces and walls. From very affordable limited edition art prints to unique and original art paintings, these artworks deserve a place on your walls. Choose from a wide variety of artworks to tie a room together, exactly as you imagined it. Cause these artists and their art spark some attention.

Buff Monster

Let’s kick off with one remarkable figure on the urban art scene. Buff Monster‘s art is something new, something fresh, something happy, something super bubbly, and something very exciting on the contemporary art scene.

As a very prolific urban art artist, globe trotter, painter of walls and canvases alike, sculptor of adorable toys, and a fan of the color pink, the enigmatic and quite extraordinary artist Buff Monster surprises and amuses in all mediums.

Nick Walker

Nick Walker is a living legend of street art and a man who revolutionized the canons of the stencil graffiti movement in the 1990s. He has been transcending the barriers between street, commercial and fine art ever since, always evolving and remaining original.

As a forerunner of the British street art phenomenon, Nick Walker’s art has become a blueprint for hundreds of emerging artists. His artworks are best described as very sophisticated and endlessly desirable, and it’s no wonder they jazz up any wall.

Lucy Sparrow

The queen of felt art, Lucy Sparrow is a famous British urban art artist whose eccentric and innovative artworks are instantly magnetic and appealing. Her fluffy art is bridging the distance between fine art and craft.

She playfully creates everyday household objects from wool, thread, felt, and acrylic. By mixing soft materials and bright vivid colors, Lucy is exploring human desire and aspiration, often depicting and tackling consumerism, violence, and sex.

Ben Eine

The man, the myth, the legend, Ben Eine is one of the leading street artists in today’s art scene. Through his distinct typographic style, Ben Eine is widely regarded as one of the most successful letterform artists in the world.

A supreme master of contemporary urban art, his work has already reached the iconic level over a decade ago. It has been a significant influence on street artists for at least the past 20 years.

The London Police

Ahh, The London Police art duo, the rock stars in the urban art world, two great guys with an even greater passion for art. Through their famous characters called ‘Lads’, Chaz Barrisson and Bob Gibson leave their mark on the streets worldwide.

Their oeuvre has been challenging the audience for two decades now. It’s safe to say their impeccable execution and trademark characters really leave you breathless.


Dotmaster’s unique and idiosyncratic art always finds a perfect, site-specific home. His art is ever more relevant in current times, combining irreverent humor and a mischievous sense of mixing things up with an uncanny knack for juxtaposing the unusual with the humdrum – it conveys a tongue-in-cheek playfulness and discombobulation aimed to make us smile.

Whether providing a dark commentary on the dangers of consumerism, cynical denouncements as to the state of capitalism and consumerism or even celebrating the sheer volume and luxuriousness, Dotmaster brilliantly tackles our society with his impeccable art.

El Pez

El Pez, a trailblazer of Barcelona street art is a famous urban art artist well-known for his character smiling fish. Jose Sabate aka El Pez (“The Fish” in Spanish) created this ever-smiling fish as an alter ego, always colorful and with a heavy load of positivism.

In his own words, “My (smiling fish) character is born from experimentation, comics, ska-punk, freedom, LSD, marijuana; a character who smiles because he laughs at anti-graffiti laws”. By speaking this “language of smile”, El Pez is passing on positivism and good vibrations to the people on the streets, spreading smiles worldwide.


Daniel Rozenberg aka Dadara is a world-famous multidisciplinary artist who creates one-of-a-kind art. Dadara’s brilliant artworks encompass activities that combine different art forms.

His art is often experimental, seeking new forms of expression and existing between established platforms. Dadara’s artworks are very comic, decorative, and whimsical, and their tone has a deep and sometimes hidden message.


Nerone is a well-known French street artist who has conquered the art world with his sublime style of painting. By mixing floral art in an abstract style, Nerone brings the spotlight onto the colors and blooming appeal of the subject.

As a master of urban art, Nerone majestically plays with colors and forms to create one-of-a-kind artworks. The chaos on the walls or canvas does not reflect the meticulous and inventive process that allows him to capture the motion.


SheOne in front of his painting at 2B Art Gallery Palma
SheOne in front of his painting at 2B Art Gallery Palma

James Choules aka SheOne is a British street artist famous for his abstract expressive pieces of art. Through his abstract designs, shapes, and patterns, SheOne creates unique monochromatic artworks on walls and canvases.

Black color is SheOne’s most important color, as he uses black to highlight the importance of the details in his mesmerizing artworks and lifts them off the surfaces, brilliantly making them even more conspicuous. He has developed his own style characterized by vivid movement and life expressed through an array of contrasting lines, vibrant colors, and signature shapes.


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