Recap of "NOTHING SPECIAL" EXHIBITION FROM INTERESNI KAZKI

Street Art // Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Here is a more in depth view of Ukrainian artists, Interesni Kazki first U.S. exhibit that took place at Mid-City Arts in Los Angeles. Creative use of minimal color forcing the content to stand-alone.

Popaganda Pastes

Street Art // Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Details of a Ron English collage popaganda in Detroit, Mi.  Jesus Christ drink the Koolaid!

HERE COMES THE NEIGHBORHOOD Video "Introducing the Walls"

Street Art // Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Here is the first video installment documenting the Wynwood Arts Project in Miami, with words from founder Tony Goldman explaining his vision for a town center.  A number of artists are featured in the video including Earsnot, Liqen, Kenny Scharf, Interesni Kazki, Os Gemeos, Aiko, Jeff Soto, Barry Mcgee, Shepard Fairey, Shie Moreno, Coco 144, Phase 2, Logan Hicks, Ron English, Retna, Saner, Vhils, Faile, Bast, How, Nosm, Date Farmers, Martha Cooper, and more.

New Banksy in London?

Street Art // Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Taking the phrase “Shop till you drop” to whole new level or height.  A new unconfirmed stencil resembling the work of street artist Banksy.

How and Nosm Mural in Miami

Street Art // Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Participating along side numerous artists from across the globe, How and Nosm recently completed this mural at Miami’s Wynwood Arts District for Art Basel.  The twin brothers painted in their signature color palette of black, grey and red, while covering every inch of their designated space with paint, including some of the sidewalk.  

JR “Encrages” Exhibition @ Galerie Perrotin

Street Art // Tuesday, November 22, 2011
The French artist who began in 2004 wheatpasting his photos in the streets of Paris, to being awarded the prestigious TED award in 2010, has opened his first major solo exhibition titled “Encrages” at Galerie Perrotin in Paris. Considering himself nether a street artist or a photographer, JR simply describes himself as an "urban artivist.”

Livingston Street Market

Street Art // Monday, November 21, 2011
Opening over the weekend, Livingston Street Market displayed 5400 sq. feet of painting and signs from the Moca ‘s Art in the Streets show, painted by Todd James and Steven Powers.  With The First Street Market exhibiting in Japan in 2000 with Barry Mcgee, the installation has continued to evolve and has been shown in several locations internationally.  

"Nothing Special" exhibition from Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Monday, November 21, 2011
Ukrainian muralist and artists, Interesni Kazki opened their first U.S. exhibit over the weekend at Mid-City Arts.  Here are a few photos from the opening with a more detailed post in the upcoming days.

Cucatrafic

Street Art // Monday, November 21, 2011
Spanish street artist and illustrator, Liqen has new silkscreen prints available, and this short video to give you a preview.

Aryz Solo Exhibition "Hello World"

Street Art // Monday, November 21, 2011
Aryz who was featured in our November issue of Juxtapoz, will be having his first solo exhibition this Thursday, November, 24th, at the Montana Gallery in Barcelona.  The show will feature a series of oil paintings, combined with fabrics and drawings.  Accustomed to seeing the artist work in large-scale on the sides of buildings, it will be interesting to see how he works in s smaller, restricted setting.  

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