All over the world, all around the clock, our 6,000 artists are painting, printing, making and drawing.
Welcome to a weekly look at what they're getting up to - in 97 countries, 24 timezones and every colour under the sun. And we're starting big - with street art.
The Krah grew up in Athens, where he became a prolific graffiti artist in the 90's. He has spent the last 18 years painting the streets while touring around Europe and Asia, and leaving a piece in every city. He was born in the UK and currently lives in London.
The Krah painting a mural in Stokes Croft, Bristol, UK
The Krah street painting in Athens, Greece
Ant Carver is a London based artist working from a studio in Hackney Wick. He combines the influence of street art with more traditional painting techniques and works predominantly in oil and spray paint. His work often incorporates the use of portraiture, created in a bold, graphic style.
Ant street painting in Hackney, London, UK
Amauri Torezan is a Brazilian born artist, based in Delray Beach, Florida.
Torezan's unique style is heavily influenced by Mid 20th century futuristic ideas, and composed by a combination of hard-edge geometric and organic shapes, calling the attention for its vibrant colours.
His work has been exhibited at Art Wynwood 2015, LA Art Show 2015 and Conception during the Art Basel Miami 2014. His art is part of private collections throughout USA and parts of Europe.
Amauri painting at Canvas West Palm Beach, the US's largest outdoor museum show
Ben lives in South East London. He loves to paint with spray cans but also uses anything he can get his hands on to create a nice gritty concrete texture on the canvas. He has worked on UK TV shows including X-Factor and Take Me Out.
Ben working on the set of X-Factor 2015
Japan-based Campbell La Pun uses everything from stencils to aerosol and acrylic paint on wood and canvas to reflect the dizzying range of motifs, colours and forms that manifest themselves in the pop culture iconography and advertising images of the global marketplace. Each picture is a juxtaposition of East and West, America and Japan. A neon world of candy coloured madness that perpetually blinks in the artificial brightness of Times Square in New York and the Shibuya district in Tokyo.
Campbell La Pun at work
Hannah Adamaszek injects some new talent and energy in to the street art scene with her female portraits which bring a painterly style often found in contemporary art to the street art scene. Earthy tones and harmonious contours have earned Admaszek's works a place on many an outside space, from the unique Brandalism project to StreetFest and UpFest
Hannah live painting with Liam Keown
Hannah in her studio c. Liam Keown