Lugano Skate Park

Street Art // Tuesday, October 04, 2011
Back in 2009, Never Crew took a trip to Lugano, Switzerland to renovate a skate park that consists of all bowls.  Painting twirling waves and octopus arms reaching out from the water, this spot is visually stunning and on our list of destinations to visit when traveling through Europe.

Another New wall from Gr170

Street Art // Tuesday, October 04, 2011
Gr170 painted this new character on an abandoned paint factory using various mediums in Spain.

Opening Photos from "Objects Of The Universe"

Street Art // Monday, October 03, 2011
Opening over the past weekend in Milan at AvantGarden, Objects of the Universe featured a healthy range of work from the Ukrainian duo, Intersni Kazki.  Known for painting highly detailed, surreal large-scale murals, it is no surprise their gallery work is just as captivating.  

Rise And Fall Video

Street Art // Monday, October 03, 2011
The following is an intriguing, visually minimal video from one of our favorite artists, Escif.  His work, often subtle in presentation, contains progressive concepts or references setting him apart in the world of street art.

Teen Wolf

Street Art // Monday, October 03, 2011
The Austrian Illustrator and street artist, Nychos continues his painting endeavors with this new Teen Wolf in Vienna.  This reminds us that we need to revisit the 80’s classic, “Teen Wolf” starring good ol’ Michael J. Fox.

New Low Bros Character

Street Art // Sunday, October 02, 2011
This dude is styled out with some sharp glasses and a great knitted beanie!


Street Art // Saturday, October 01, 2011
Polish street artist, Zbiok created this unusual scene on the exterior of a building in Poland.

New Gr170 Wall

Street Art // Friday, September 30, 2011
Gr170 recently painted this mural in his homeland of Spain.

Guangzhou South Railway Station

Street Art // Friday, September 30, 2011
Welcome to the Death Star of Train stations, Guangzhou South Railway Station located in Guangzhou, China. The spine of the buildings structure contains a 348-meter long skylight, which becomes wider near the main entrances and slimmer towards the center.  Beautifully designed and an incentive to take a train.

Into The Swing Of Things

Street Art // Friday, September 30, 2011
Those are some creepy, realistic looking monkey furs.  The artist is unknown but we do know that this piece is in Paris. Check out the close-up photos and be the judge for yourself whether they are real or not.


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