#LiveOutside2015 Sao Paulo: Arlin & Nove Go Big In Brazil

Street Art // Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Last year, Juxtapoz was able to follow the progress as JanSport launched their first street art and mural campaign and series, following the lives and process of artists in San Francisco and Brooklyn as they created a large scale mural in their hometown. In San Francisco, our friends Lady Mags and Amandalynn painted a huge, showstopping mural that we get to drive by all the time and is a great part of our daily commute. Now, in 2015, JanSport has brought the #LiveOutside to São Paulo, where Arlin & Nove collaborated on a color, massive mural this Spring that we were able to document.

The 191st Street Tunnel Beautification Project

Street Art // Wednesday, May 20, 2015
The New York City Department of Transportation's Art Program has collaborated with six artists to present dynamic, colorful murals along the nine-hundred-foot tunnel in Washington Heights. From a warm welcome, to complex geometric patterns, to rolling landscapes and positive messaging, these murals take pedestrians on an art-filled journey between the street and the 1 train.

HENSE Goes Big on Silos in Australia

Street Art // Friday, May 08, 2015
This past December, we were in Vancouver and remembered an amazing public art piece on industrial silos by Os Gemeos and found that to be a great idea. Today, we ran into these amazing silos in Western Australia painted by HENSE. DesignBoom has a great series of process shots, and HENSE's work on CBH Group's silos is pretty damn great. 

New Mural by Curiot in Perth, Australia

Street Art // Friday, May 08, 2015
Mexican artist Curiot finished a mural in Perth, Australia. The artist was invited by PUBLIC Art Festival and the murals features some local fauna and a monochromatic palett. It's good to see how Curiot didn't used his typical style, looking for new ways to connect with the people.

New Mural by Celeste Byers and Aaron Glasson

Street Art // Tuesday, May 05, 2015
San Diego’s Celeste Byers and New Zealand’s Aaron Glasson have joined forces once again to create a psychotropic mural in Tijuana on the Mexico/USA border as a part of their project “Dimensiones”. 

Street Gems by Paige Smith

Street Art // Monday, April 27, 2015
Arist Paige Smith has bedazzled the streets of Los Angeles with some intricately crafted geodes made of paper and paint that she installs in urban nooks and crannies. Consider the skill it takes to create and then secretly install this multi-faceted work, and keep your eyes peeled in So Cal. You might be lucky and discover some of these lovely street gems. 

JR: "The Walker" Timelapse by the NY Times

Street Art // Saturday, April 25, 2015
French street artist and all around art megastar JR has his film, Les Bosquets, is showing at the Tribeca Film Festival all week, and in the meantime, the NY Times created a timelapse of JR's new street mural near the Flatiron Building in Manhattan. The short timelapse was shot in conjunction with the Walking New York issue of The New York Times Magazine. 

Ron English on the Bowery Wall!

Street Art // Monday, April 20, 2015
Finally, and most deservedly, Ron English has painted a mural on the famed Bowery and Houston wall, and its a good one. You know the history of the wall by now; Keith Haring, Os Gemeos, Shepard Fairey, Swoon, and Barry McGee are just a few of the names who have painted the wall, and Ron has added his touch with a Baby Hulk and an American Flag of corporate parodies. Great work Ron!

Inti:"BALANCE" in Delhi, India

Street Art // Tuesday, April 14, 2015
We love the murals of INTI, a Chilean artist we were excited to work with recently on a project in Barcelona with Mozilla. He just sent us pictures of his newest mural in Delhi, India, titled "Balance, done in conjunction with St+Art India for St+Art Delhi 2015. INTI told us, "This image is a hypothetical mixture of two distant lands. Even if there isn’t any direct relationship between them, they both have an essence and a cultural history which is colorful, festive and religious, where the power of belief and love goes beyond rationality."

New Work by Agostino Iacurci in Rome

Street Art // Monday, March 30, 2015
Agostino Iacurci elevates the mural game once again with a banger of a piece in Rome, integrating the architecture and design of the building.
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