HERE COMES THE NEIGHBORHOOD Video Episode:5 with Saner and Sego

Street Art // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
In this Episode of Here Comes the Neighborhood, Mexican artists Saner and Sego collaborate on a mural for the Wynwood Walls in Miami Beach, FL.  Watch as they convey their thoughts on what we see with our eyes everyday, the power of public art and communication, and prioritizing what we find important in all our lives. Both their first times in the U.S., this video offers an insightful view to these two articulate artists.

Phlegm in Sheffield, Not Miami

Street Art // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
“Hot water bottle to keep the cans warm and some fingerless gloves, bring on the snow”, Phlegm speaks of painting the following mural in Sheffield, UK.

The Illuminated Crowd

Street Art // Monday, December 05, 2011
Last year, 2010, Raymond Masson created a public sculpture titled The Illuminated Crowd that was displayed in downtown Montreal.  65 people of all ages, race, facial expressions and conditions are depicted on four platforms, made from stratified polyester resin with polyurethane paint.

Saner And Sego in Miami

Street Art // Monday, December 05, 2011
When Mexican artists Saner and Sego combine their efforts, and talents in painting murals, this dynamic duo leave a lasting impression.  The following are two walls the pair painted in Miami at the Wynwood Walls.

Liqen's Paintings for Wynwood Walls Exhibtion

Street Art // Monday, December 05, 2011
Liqen’s mural at Art Basel, Miami was one our favorites and these two acrylic paintings on wood hung for the Wynwood Walls exhibition were just as good, if not better!

Trail Of Golden Tears

Street Art // Monday, December 05, 2011
Oakland-based artist, Doodles painted this surreal mural in the summer while traveling though Decatur, Georgia.  The artists spent most of the summer wandering the country collecting rare crystals for an installation show in the future.


Street Art // Sunday, December 04, 2011
The title of this piece is Artifariti, which means “to express our solidarity with our brothers in occupied territories of Western Sahara." M-E-S-A was in Dajla and had a chance to paint this beautiful women near Sahrawi refugee camps.


Street Art // Saturday, December 03, 2011
Based on superstitious beliefs, the isolated village of Nokhur places mountain goat horns on almost every grave in an attempt to fight off evil spirits and help the soul of the deceased ensure safe passage to heaven. The Nokhuris, the mountain tribe of the region, have always considered mountain goats sacred animals, admiring their strength and endurance.


Street Art // Friday, December 02, 2011
Built for the Festival of the Five Seasons in Chaudfontaine Park, which lies on the outskirts of Liege, Belgium, a giant clothespin sculpture gives off the illusion to be holding on to a mound of dirt and grass.  Designed by Turkish artist Mehmet Ali Uysal, a professor of art at the Middle East Technical University, the giant sculpture is just one piece in a string of Uysal works that rely on flawless illusion.

Momo Produce Stand

Street Art // Friday, December 02, 2011
Luna Park gracefully documented a Momo mural in Grottaglie, Italy.  This mural was painted for Fame Festival and complements the produce stand perfectly.


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