Cancer Carl is Nasty

Street Art // Sunday, January 08, 2012
An explosion of bright colors penetrating your eyeballs, courtesy of Cancer Carl.

Lush Burgaz Inc

Street Art // Saturday, January 07, 2012
A rat protein burger, needled fries, and mostly likely a vile human fluid to quench your thirst. Lush Special, I mean lunch special.

Hands on the Tanker

Street Art // Friday, January 06, 2012
Playing a sad song on the flute or an oil tanker.  Painted by Russian-based street artist, 0331c.

Liqen x Saner

Street Art // Friday, January 06, 2012
Two highly talented street artists, Liqen and Saner, recently collaborated on the following wall in Mexico City.  We hope these two work together again, their  unique styles compliment each other well!

Eye Spy

Street Art // Friday, January 06, 2012
Spanish street artist, Mesa in progress painting this large, playful mural.

Omar Hassan's Playground

Street Art // Friday, January 06, 2012
Milan-based artist, Omar Hassan had the opportunity to go dot/drip crazy in this children’s playground. Could easily lead kids and adults to a euphoric, seizure like state in our opinion.

La Fleuji

Street Art // Thursday, January 05, 2012
This is by far some of the darkest work we have stumbled on and we can’t really figure out who is responsible, but we love it!

Steve Powers: Train to Always, Brooklyn

Street Art // Thursday, January 05, 2012
Needing no introduction, Steve Powers has been relentless in his various mural projects, always witty and constantly raising the bar.  His newest piece, titled Train To Always, replicates the New York MTA’s subway map with various emotions along the stops.

HYBRID THINKING @ Jonathan Levine Gallery

Street Art // Thursday, January 05, 2012
A staple among street art blogs, Wooster Collective has curated a group show of talented artist from the around the world at Jonathan Levine Gallery titled Hybrid Thinking, opening January, 14, 2012. The show will feature work from Dai, Herakut, Hyuro, Roa, Sit, and Vinz.

Passing Cloud

Street Art // Thursday, January 05, 2012
Designed by Tiago Barros, Passing Cloud is a futuristic concept for green air transportation.  A zero waste, cloud-like machine powered by the wind and visitors get the experience one can’t have looking through the window of an airplane.  Better wear 10 jackets and multiple pairs of socks, it’s going to be cold!

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