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Street Art // Friday, September 23, 2011
Fintan Magee is one of the many talented street artists born and raised in Australia.  This newest mural was painted in Byron Bay, Australia.  

When There is a Doubt...

Street Art // Thursday, September 22, 2011
The German street art collective, Mentalgassi teamed with Amnesty International last year to create “Making The Invisible Visible” project, intended to raise awareness to the case of now executed inmate Troy Davis.  We thought we would share this clever piece of work today in hope that what happened in Georgia open some eyes.  A video of the process also included.

Public Provocations 3 x Aryz Video

Street Art // Thursday, September 22, 2011
Hosting a range of shows through the summer, Carhartt Gallery’s program Public Provocations features work from established and young street artists from around the world.   A series of videos were created documenting various artist’s installations, this one focusing on Spain’s Aryz.

Liquen in Oaxaca

Street Art // Thursday, September 22, 2011
I have always wanted to visit Oaxaca, Mexico, nothing but good things are spoken of the place.  Liquen is currently traveling through the area and painted a wall, wish there were some close ups for detail.

Praise the Light

Street Art // Thursday, September 22, 2011
Really enjoying these boxcars painted by Home, surreal and visually dark.

Laguna @ City Leaks Festival

Street Art // Wednesday, September 21, 2011
  Here Laguna is in progress on his large mural in Cologne, Germany for the City Leaks Festival.  Painting on a corrugated is never easy.  

Low Bros @ Ten/Ten exhibition

Street Art // Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Here is what the Low Brows painted in the Ten/Ten live-exhibition in Sheffield, Uk.  The premise was simple: ten artists, ten paintings, ten days, and all on the same wall.  We enjoy how their work looks as if it could have been made in Adobe illustrator.

Mississippi Grind Skate Barge

Street Art // Wednesday, September 21, 2011
"Sponsored and created by Red Bull, the Mississippi Grind river barge tour is presenting a unique skateboarding experience. Built on a massive barge, this floating skatepark will travel a total of 1,705 miles from its launch point in Minnesota's Twin Cities to its final destination of New Orleans, La. Upon completion of the journey, Red Bull will donate the obstacles from the barge skatepark to the city of New Orleans to be placed in a public skate space."

Phlegm in Croatia, Round 2

Street Art // Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Uk-based street artist and illustrator, Phlegm continues his painting through Croatia with the following fantastic two new walls. His highly imaginative creations are unworldly and very unique among artists currently working in the streets.


Street Art // Tuesday, September 20, 2011
New Remed mural in Italy, looking effortless and simple as usual.


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