Magrela

Street Art // Wednesday, August 24, 2011
San Paulo is saturated with a variety talented artists working in the streets; Magrela is one of those artists.

New Deuce 7 Streaks

Street Art // Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Here are some recent markings of the nomadic train connoisseur, Deuce 7.

Yucca Crater

Street Art // Tuesday, August 23, 2011
24 feet tall, lined with rock climbing holds, and heated with solar power, Yucca Crater is an interactive pool installation that will find it’s home near Joshua Tree National Park, California.

Sensory Preference

Street Art // Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Nicely painted roll down gate by designers and muralists,Low Bros in Berlin.

Burnt Out

Street Art // Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Oakland-based artist, Doodles reclaiming and refinishing some damaged property.

Roa in Vienna

Street Art // Tuesday, August 23, 2011
This Friday in Vienna, Inoperable Gallery will be hosting new works on paper by street artist Roa.  Most likely, residents of Vienna have seen aa rash of Roa murals pop up much like this one.  The artist has been participating in an artist in residency program for the month of August at the Museums Quartier.

Evolution of Things

Street Art // Monday, August 22, 2011
We can’t get enough of Liqen’s studio and street work.  This wonderful new ink on paper incorporates the evolution of machines with species.

Barbed Wire Beach

Street Art // Monday, August 22, 2011
Other and Elkenor recently collaborated on this wall at a hidden beach in Barcelona.  Apparently, this location is a local hot spot for gays to make- out, get weird, and for foreigners to paint?  

On the Prowl

Street Art // Monday, August 22, 2011
Cats are among the stealthiest bombers with assistance from some nocturnal vision. Los Angeles-based Cat Cult in the streets.  

Nougat

Street Art // Monday, August 22, 2011
Zurich-based performance artist, Katja Schenker created the following public piece by digging a large rectangular hole and then filling it with concrete along with: firesand, lime, kaolin, bitumen, colophony, brass, copper, bronze, graphite, wood, marble, granite, river stones, plaster, slate, hard coal, charcoal, asphalt, brick sand, silicon, aluminum, bamboo, hay, pine cones, straw, cork, mussels, pigments, lamp black, coconut, chalk, clay, pumice stone, tuff, lava rock, gneiss, quartz and plant seeds.

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