Additional Living Walls Coverage

Street Art // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
    Here is additional coverage from the Living Walls conference in Atlanta.  The event was a huge success bringing artists from all over the world and permanently changing the visual landscape of Atlanta. The following are walls by Greg mike, Ever, Freddy Sam, Never, Gawd, Labrona, OverUnder, LNY, Sharktoof, Ferel Child, Entes, Pesimo, and Christopher Derek Bruno.

Criminals & Terrorist Welcome!

Street Art // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
  We have no clue to what is going on here but it’s bold, loud, and offensive.  Also known as we like it.

Blob VB3

Street Art // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Designed by Belgian architecture firm dmvA, Blob VB3 is an egg shaped mobile office aka a living pod.  The pod consists of a kitchen, bathroom, lighting, bed and several shelves for storage.  We would be keen on purchasing one and placing it in a friend’s backyard for cheap and simple living!

Interesni Kazki in Slovakia

Street Art // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
This Russian duo has been devoting quality time and effort into each large-scale wall they have painted over the summer.  This newest mural in Kosice, Slovakia exemplifies their attention to detail and is among one of our favorites yet.

New Wall from Hyuro

Street Art // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Really feeling this new wall by Valencia-based street artist, Hyuro painted in San Pedro, Argentina.

Irene Mashup

Street Art // Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Hurricane Irene brought together the unlikely collaboration of two artists: Jr and Kenny Scharf.  We couldn’t ask for a more beautiful accident.

Weather Proof Revs

Street Art // Monday, August 29, 2011
Weather resistant, hurricane proof, built to last street art. Revs in New York.

Cat on the Prowl

Street Art // Monday, August 29, 2011
Argentina-based street decorator, Jaz painted this big cat prowling the street of the Buenos Aires neighborhood Villa Crespo.

Bue in Los Angeles

Street Art // Monday, August 29, 2011
The always-uplifting work of street artist, Bue has found it’s way to sunny Los Angeles. This wall was painted in collaboration with Chase and Chris Dyer.

The Art of Money

Street Art // Monday, August 29, 2011
Don’t know what to say about this, you have to watch it for yourself.  Everyone has a hustle, but something seems silly about all this and from what it looks like this gallery held an opening reception selling all these “legally acquired” Bansky pieces?  Most likely they will end up in a collectors house viewed only by a few elite friends, I say leave it in the street for all to appreciate.

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