Dangling Train Replica by Jeff Koons

Street Art // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
One of the largest tourist draws to New York City has been the newly developed High Line, and artist Jeff Koons has proposed hanging a massive steam locomotive over it dangling from a crane.  The sculpture would be a replica 1943 Baldwin 2900 steam locomotive titled “Train.”


Street Art // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Puerto Rico-based artists, La Pandilla, comprised of Alexis Diaz and Juan Fernandez, are currently creating this highly detailed mural of an unusual Elephant and two-headed koala.  The duo was in Atlanta for a one-night only gallery opening at The Jane.

Dementia x Zeh Palito x Alma x Speed

Street Art // Monday, March 26, 2012
This is the final product of collaboration between numerous different artists that all create work in the street.  This piece was painted at the Araras Skate Park in Brazil by artists Dementia, Zeh Palito, Alma, and Speed.

Two seahorses and more by Philippe Baudelocque

Street Art // Monday, March 26, 2012
We haven’t heard much from Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque, until a local photographer happened by the artist in action. The artist was seen creating two seahorses outside of a retail shop where the interior was decorated with the artist’s renderings of deer.  The complex designs and patterns of Baudelocque’s work are a standout in the streets of Paris.

Doodles x Luke Ramsey Van

Street Art // Monday, March 26, 2012
Street muralist, Doodles and Luke Ramsey, who is a co-founder of the wonderful artist Residency Islands Fold, collaborated on this classic abandoned van that was left to rust in the woods.

Mark Jenkins is Clever

Street Art // Sunday, March 25, 2012
For this wet Sunday we leave you with this simple piece from Mark Jenkins whose work continuously keeps us laughing and optimistic about artists using concepts for their work in the streets.

John Pugh Mural Illusions

Street Art // Saturday, March 24, 2012
Using realistic images and having an undeniable talent for painting, John Pugh, creates incredible optical illusions that keep you second-guessing.  As the artist states about his work, “ I have found that the "language" of life-size illusions allow me to communicate with a very large audience. It seems almost universal that people take delight in being visually tricked. Once captivated by the illusion, the viewer is lured to cross an artistic threshold and thus seduced into exploring the concept of the piece.”

Stay High 149

Street Art // Friday, March 23, 2012
One of New York earliest street artist/graffiti artists was Wayne Roberts aka Stay High 149.  Beginning to write in 1971, the artist has been on and off writing even until present day, where he currently applyies his “smoker” character at the age of 58.

Ludo x Ox Paris Billboards

Street Art // Friday, March 23, 2012
Parisian street artists, Ludo and Ox, appropriately and cleverly titled their newest collaborative billboard works seen here as “Nine Inch Snails.”   Brilliant.

"Home" Video by Kid Zoom

Street Art // Thursday, March 22, 2012
Australian born, New York-based artist, Ian Strange aka Kid Zoom, recreated a full-scale installation of his childhood home in Australia last year at Turbine Hall.  Accompanying his installation were several smashed out cars and this new video shows the process of destroying and exploding them.  The short films production is of amazing quality and makes it look so fun!


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