Omick Truck

Street Art // Wednesday, September 14, 2011
  There is a variety of activity going on here.  Enough that if this truck passed by you would want to catch up to see what was really going on.  Reminds us of Kenny Scharf in certain ways. Painted by Omick.

Peaceable Kingdom

Street Art // Tuesday, September 13, 2011
The Asian Arts Initiative and Isaac Lin bring you this new, playful mural for the little ones.  If you are in Philadelphia, you can see it in person at the Mitzie Mackenzie Playground at the Chinese Christian Church & Center.   Bunnies and pandas flashing peace signs? Yes please.

108 & Dem

Street Art // Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Street artists, 108 and DEM recently collaborated on the following wall in Zagreb, Croatia.   The mural space was acquired in assistance of Street Art Museum (MUU), a program dedicated to raising people awareness about street art and it's esthetic, cultural and social value.  

New Wall by Zeh Palito

Street Art // Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Brazilian street artist, Zéh Palito has been busy through the warm summer and continues to bring interesting work into the eyes of the public.

Calibrating the Seeing Device

Street Art // Tuesday, September 13, 2011
Uk-based street artist and illustrator, Phlegm recently painted this oversized, multi-person operated, telescope in Zagreb, Croatia

Oceans at Risk Mural Vs Los Angeles Authorities

Street Art // Monday, September 12, 2011
A vacant, rat infested, Santa Monica located house was recently purchased a by successful builder and fourth generation Santa Monica resident, Adam Corlin.  Before completely renovating the property, Corlin decided to raise awareness for his favorite charity, Heal the Bay, the environmental group working to restore Santa Monica Bay.  He contacted local Los Angeles artists Risk and Retna to Working under tarps to not attract attention, a series of 142 4-foot by 4-foot panels were constructed, painted and later mounted the building exterior.

Origami Cave by LAVA

Street Art // Monday, September 12, 2011
LAVA’s origami cave concept is a response to the need for emergency shelter in the aftermath of natural disasters. The base molecule can be shipped as a flat pack, cut out of local plywood, or dropped off by a helicopter. The interior can then be carved out of wood, cardboard, newspapers or other locally available materials.  We want one for our backyard!

Liqen in Chiapas, Mexico

Street Art // Monday, September 12, 2011
In Buddhism, the monkey is an early incarnation of Buddha but may also represent trickery and ugliness.  Here Spanish street artist, Liqen paints a monkey closely observing his fellow occupant of planet earth, human.  

Growth Rings

Street Art // Monday, September 12, 2011
David de la Mano and Pablo S. Herrero collaborated on the following wall in Salamanca, Spain.  Check out the stop motion video we included as well.

Crossover Dream

Street Art // Sunday, September 11, 2011
Surreal new wall from Spanish street artist, Laguna.

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