Street Art // Friday, January 31, 2014
Painted in the Sowebo neighborhood of Baltimore, Gaia paid tribute to the late South African humanitarian and politician, Nelson Mandela. Entitled "Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga", the mural was painted for the Colour Ikamva project in Rwanda, along with Martha Cooper’s Sowebo/Soweto photography project.
Street Art // Thursday, January 30, 2014
Last week, the inaugural special performance and unveiling of photographer JR’s newest collaboration with the Lincoln Center for the New York City Ballet Art Series occurred and we’ve heard nothing but good things. Viewers saw several very different installations; most notable being the massive photograph of 80 ballet dancers on vinyl spread across the entire floor of the theater's lobby.
Street Art // Wednesday, January 29, 2014
For the next year, this Maersk container painted by Askew will be on tour in various locations. The New Zealand based-artist painted two abstract faces in what we believe is some of his best work outside of lettering yet.
Street Art // Tuesday, January 28, 2014
This small shack in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina already looked like a painting before the painting that Franco Fasoli aka Jaz did on it. The Buenos Aires-based artist painted two characters with something covering their heads. Looks like a serene place to paint something.
Street Art // Monday, January 27, 2014
Fintan Magee has been on a roll lately. The Australian artist has been churning out murals every couple days, although sustaining a high quality with each new one. This piece is entitled “High Tide” and was painted in Brisbane, Australia.