Opening Photos from Inti's Exhibition at Itinerrance Gallery

Street Art // Monday, December 12, 2011
Here are opening photos from Chilean street artist, Inti‘s first solo exhibition at Itinerrance gallery in Paris.  We noticed a resemblance in one of Inti’s painting to Diane Arbus’s famous photograph “Child with a hand grenade in Central park.”  Recognize which painting we are referencing?  However, the show looks great and we suggest if you are in Paris to check it out before it comes down Dec. 17th.

Agostino Lacurci Murals

Street Art // Monday, December 12, 2011
Rome-based illustrator and street artist, Agostino Lacurci painted these two new murals in Civitavecchia and Rome recently.  Aside from his work in the streets, Agostino works as an assistant professor at Ied, European Institute of Design and collaborates as a lecturer in illustration at Officina B5.

New EricailCane Mural in Ravenna, Italy

Street Art // Sunday, December 11, 2011
Italian fine artist and muralist, Ericailcane recently painted this large scene of voyaging sea mice preparing for an undesirable fate.  Located in Ravenna, Italy.

New Skywriter Plane by Banksy

Street Art // Saturday, December 10, 2011
Been a while since we seen any new Banksy work pop up. This new skywriter plane making a heart was spotted in Liverpool recently.

C215: "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" @ Shooting Gallery, SF

Street Art // Saturday, December 10, 2011
  An obvious favorite around these parts from our numerous posts and featured in our November printed issue of Juxtapoz, C215 takes on San Francisco. Shooting Gallery is pleased to present Smoke Gets in Your Eyes: Recent Works by C215 the new collection of work by Parisian street artist C215.

Ema's Chevy Mural

Street Art // Friday, December 09, 2011
French artist Florence Blanchard, aka Ema, painted this classic 56 Chevy for Miami’s Wynwood Arts District last week.

Greg Mike's Mural in Miami

Street Art // Friday, December 09, 2011
The following is Greg Mike’s playful contribution to Miami’s Wynwood Art District this year.


Street Art // Friday, December 09, 2011
We revisit this great mural from Spanish artist, Escif that he painted in Miami last year.  A simple statement that you may or may not relate to at times.

Escif Head On With A Fence

Street Art // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Spanish artist (and FEB 2011 cover artist) Escif applies his minimalist approach to the following wall with the phrase "Art is the chance to think regardless of concepts" floating above.

When Two Heads Collide

Street Art // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Jaz painted two heads colliding where two walls meet, in Miami for Primary Flight.


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