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.  

Snow Sculpting

Street Art // Sunday, November 20, 2011
The season for utilizing snow in a creative way is here or right around the corner.

Owl By Philippe Baudeloque

Street Art // Saturday, November 19, 2011
It’s been some time since we’ve seen new street work from Paris-based chalk artist, Philippe Baudeloque.  So, we went trolling around the Internet and found this great Owl, which may or may not have been drawn recently.  Ether way, it’s worth a viewing.

Moses Bridge

Street Art // Friday, November 18, 2011
Located in The Netherlands, Moses Bridge is the only passage way to Fort de Roover, an early 17th century Dutch Fortress. The fort is surrounded by a moat and was originally built without a bridge. Constructed from Accoya wood sheet piling on either side, with a hardwood deck/stairs in between, to insure a safe in-ground structure.

Streaker Samurai

Street Art // Friday, November 18, 2011
What or where has Deuce 7 been you ask?   Drawing intricate, time consuming monikers on the sides overlooked oil tankers I’m guessing.  More Catfish please!

Chop Chop Suey!

Street Art // Friday, November 18, 2011
The collaborative group that paints under the alias, The Weird got busy on this strange, dragon protected bowl of Chop suey recently.  Those who contributed were Nychos, Dxtr, Rookie, and Simple.

"Here Comes The Neighborhood" Trailer

Street Art // Thursday, November 17, 2011
Documenting the evolution of the warehouse district in Miami Florida’s Wynwood neighborhood, Founder Tony Goldman and a range of artists share their opinions on this public art project. Featuring Kenny Sharf, Faile, Bast, Liqen, Internsi kazki, Ryan Mcginnes, Ron English, RETNA, Futura, Shepard Fairey, Barry McGee and many more.

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