"All that is left" by Escif

Street Art // Monday, March 05, 2012
It’s the beginning of the week and their are new Escif murals to share.  This newest piece was painted once again in his hometown of Valencia, Spain.  Escif attempts to educate his viewers by stating the following about this piece, “Fallas are a popular festival with a strong tradition in Valencia city. The popular version of the origin of Fallas said that it were initiated by the carpenters’ guild. On the eve of the day of its patron St. Joseph, they burned in a purifying fire, chips and all that was left over, making cleaning of the workshops before entering the spring.”

New Jaz Mural in Lima, Peru

Street Art // Monday, March 05, 2012
Argentina-based street decorator, Jaz, was recently in Lima for the Latir Latino Festival and had the opportunity to paint this huge mural right next to a Gold’s Gym.  Looking similar to an oversized canvas, the two beast men definitely stand out amongst the muted landscape.

ROA in Hasselt, Belgium

Street Art // Monday, March 05, 2012
After months of traveling on the road and leaving his large monochromatic animals on numerous large walls, ROA, has returned home.  Although, not without making sure everyone knows he has returned with this massive owl in Hasselt, Belgium.

Man's Best Friend

Street Art // Sunday, March 04, 2012
I don’t know who painted this, but I’m guessing they have a good sense of humor, are fun to play cards with, and likely don’t take themselves to seriously. Spotted in Lima, Peru.

"Agua de Valencia" by Escif

Street Art // Saturday, March 03, 2012
Here, Escif describes how to prepare “Agua de Valencia” Cocktail (Spring versión):  1) We take a bottle of Champagne (preferably French and expensive), filled with fuel, motor oil, vodka and gin…  We dress it with grated orange peel...

Dan Witz in Los Angeles

Street Art // Friday, March 02, 2012
Los Angeles has been seeing its fair share of quality street work from a variety of local and international artists lately.  Dan Witz recently contributed some of his unique work of realist paintings behind metal-screened doors and windows.  These pieces are part of an ongoing series titled “Dark Doings” and were part of the LAFreeWalls Project

Hyuro Sleeps it off

Street Art // Friday, March 02, 2012
Here is another great piece in the street from Spanish artist, Hyuro, in the town of Valencia.  Looks like a nice place to take a nap or catch up on some much needed sleep.

Liqen Doodles on Paper

Street Art // Friday, March 02, 2012
From the vast amount of work Liqen generates it’s obvious this guy spends much of his time sketching on paper.  We really love when artists share their ideas, drafts, sketches, blue prints, etc. Be on the lookout for something big in a future printed Juxtapoz magazine!

"No One Can Save Us”

Street Art // Thursday, March 01, 2012
Currently on display until April 15th, 2012 at the Singapore Art Museum is a large sculpture of a melted Superman titled “No One Can Save Us Now.”  The piece was created by artists Eric Foenander and Mojoko as part of the exhibition: The Singapore Show: Future proof.   The piece is a comment on current global warming conditions and the un-optimistic view that there is little hope for the future.


Street Art // Thursday, March 01, 2012
Canadian Street Artist, Troy Lovegates AKA Other, created this image of a man rowing in a boat on a 666 boxcar.


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