Seth Globepainter x Fintan Magee in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Street Art // Monday, December 16, 2013
“Red Stick” is the title to this new collaborative wall by French artist, Seth Globepainter and Australian artist, Fintan Magee, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The mural was painted on the exterior of the Museum of Public Art located in the South Baton Rouge neighborhood.

Alexis Diaz paints new mural in Miami

Street Art // Sunday, December 15, 2013
Puerto Rican artist, Alexi Diaz, also one half of La Pandilla, has finished his painstaking mural in Miami made of thousands of tiny black brush strokes. Taking the artist nearly a week to paint, Diaz combined the images of a pike, octopus, and an eel set to a very Miami color appropriate backdrop.

Photos: "Friends and Family" @ Yo

Street Art // Saturday, December 14, 2013
Last weekend, Yo<3 305 presented a group exhibition entitled “Friends and Family” in the Wynwood District of Miami during the madness that is Art Basel. The participating artists who were all friends previous to the exhibition, created a cohesive body of minimalist, predominately colorless, paintings and one striking centerpiece canoe with accompanying mirrors by Never 2501. 

"Rabbit-Banana-Rabbit" and "Professional Painter" by Escif

Street Art // Friday, December 13, 2013
Two need walls each very different from the other by Escif in his hometown of Valencia, Spain. The first wall is the odd image of a bunny between two bananas and the second an advertisement for a professional painter.

New BLU mural in Santiago, Chile

Street Art // Friday, December 13, 2013
Participating in the Hecho En Casa Street Art Festival in Santiago, Chile, Blu painted the following piece in a large man-made drain. Charged by opposition to man’s persistence to destroy nature, Blu painted this piece to raise awareness and to protest the HidroAysén megaproject. If carried out, the project will consist of five hydroelectric plants in Chile’s Aysen Region, two on the Baker River and three on the Pascua River. 

Reka x Rone in Miami

Street Art // Thursday, December 12, 2013
During Art Basel in Miami, one of the several walls Australian artists, Reka and Rone, painted was this monochrome collaboration that primarily focused on eyes. Reka painted in his character in a highly animated style, while Rone dropped a hyperrealist piece. Side by side these two styles couldn’t be more different, but work together so well. 

"Neuralgic Point " by Elian

Street Art // Thursday, December 12, 2013
“Neuralgic Point” is the title to this new abstract minimalist painting by Elian in the streets of Córdoba, Argentina. The artist’s subtle gestures and thoughtful use of color create a calming ambiance for passer-bys.

An armadillo by Roa in Miami

Street Art // Thursday, December 12, 2013
We watched the world-traveling artist, Roa, paint this swiftly in just one day and retreat out of the mayhem that is Wynwood Walls during Art Basel. Thos image of a very innocent looking armadillo will occupy this wall for two weeks before this entire building will be torn down to make way for “development.”

Swamp Donkey rock spot

Street Art // Thursday, December 12, 2013
Just a skull with some tusks chillin on a rock. Swampy takes it out on mother nature.

Two new walls from Nychos in Miami

Street Art // Wednesday, December 11, 2013
As we mentioned before, the abundance of murals and graffiti being painted in the Wynwood District of Miami during Art Basel is extremely overwhelming. Standing out is no easy task. Unless your name is Nychos and you are painting massive dissected alligators and dinosaurs in an unmistakable skilled aesthetic.Killed it.

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