INSA's Space GIF-ITI: Probably the World's Largest Animated Gif

Street Art // Thursday, January 22, 2015
INSA has been doing some crazy great animated gif work in recent years, what he has dubbed "Gif-Iti." Well, the UK-based painter has taken it to a new level: Space Gif-Iit. That's right, an actual animated painting you can see from space, live from Rio. Let's take a gander... 

Andreco: "Flags Up and Tongues Sticked Out", New Year Eve 2015, Bologna

Street Art // Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Since meeting Andreco during Nuart 2014, he has fast become one of our favorite street and public artists. The balance of interventions, performance, environmentally-focused art with just purely beautiful aesthetics makes the Italian artist one of our favorites (and soon to be featured in an upcoming issue). On New Year's Eve a few weeks ago, in Bologna, Italy, Andreco and friends staged "Flags Up and Tongues Sticked Out," a performance piece, with each friend asked to "paint one side of a flag and burn it with the burning sculpture Vecchione in the main square of Bologna for The New Year Eve."

Lakwena Maciver @ Papillion Gallery, LA

Street Art // Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Street artist Lakwena opens a solo show at Papillion Gallery in Los Angeles on January 17, 2015. Have a look at some of her recent murals and get pumped for the show, and stay tuned to see how her work transforms inside the gallery space. 

Cut It Out @Urban Nation, Berlin

Street Art // Monday, January 12, 2015
A couple of friends of Juxtapoz collaborating on this show. Henrik Haven, who is based in Copenhagen and has contributed to both the print and web editions of Juxtapoz, has co-curated with Olly Walker on a special show at Urban Nation in Berlin called "Cut It Out," a look into the "art of the stencil and features brand new works, equipment, tools and stencils by each artist." The show opens on January 31, 2015!

REKA One in San Francisco

Street Art // Monday, December 22, 2014
REKA One just dropped a nice little ditty (actually a massive ditty) in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. The mural features his signature, swirling hot and cold color palette, bringing some much-needed energy to the block.

Rone, Vexta, Ernest Zacharevic and Elle and more @ Urban Xchange in Penang

Street Art // Thursday, December 18, 2014
Rone, Elle, Vexta, Ernest Zacharevic, Adisson Karl, Tank Petrol, Don John, Mr. Toll, Antanas Dubra, Kenji Chai, Bibichun and 4Some recently completed a series of murals for Urban Nation and Hin Bus Depot's "Urban Xchange" in Penang, Malaysia. 

New Video Of WEEDS Murals by Mona Caron

Street Art // Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Mona Caron, a beloved San Francisco muralist and illustrator, has created a gorgeous video of her newest projects in progress. Her WEEDS Murals grow before our very eyes in this gorgeous video set to beautiful music. This video is a must see for any and every art lover. Stay tuned for a full interview.

Lucy McLauchlan in Guangzhou, China

Street Art // Tuesday, December 16, 2014
In the December 2014 issue, we did a mini-feature on British artist Lucy McLauchlan's beautiful new show at Lazarides in London. What we never showed you was Lucy's gigantic new mural she painted in Guangzhou, China right after the show opened in London. A great video was made to document the making of the mural. 

Help ESCIF self-publish his new book, "Elsewhere"

Street Art // Monday, December 15, 2014
Valencia, Spain-based artist Escif has always been one of our favorite artists who works mostly in street art. His gallery show at POW in London a few years back led us to a great cover story with the artist in February 2011. Now, we want to help Escif publish his new book, Elsewhere, which he is trying to put out himself with the help of crowdsource funding. The book will be printed a a first edition of 1000 copies, hard cover, 300 PAGES, with different textures and stocks throughout. Let's make this happen.

Pastel x Jufe in Wynwood, Miami

Street Art // Monday, December 15, 2014
Pastel and Jufe painted this wall during Art Basel as part of Raw Project at Jose de Diego Middle School in Miami. The piece references a funeral crown, an exercise of sorts on the gentrification of memory and local identity...
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