Build Your Own

Street Art // Saturday, September 03, 2011
Just add whatever you like.  Street artist Bom.k canvas.  

Fetal Position

Street Art // Friday, September 02, 2011
  New OverUnder piece in Albany, NY.

Woodstock Peacock

Street Art // Friday, September 02, 2011
Switzerland born street artist, Tika painted this huge peacock and included a different name in each feather of someone living in this Capetown neighborhood.

Right Side of the Brain

Street Art // Friday, September 02, 2011
Oakland-based street doodler, Doodles recently painted the following in Atlanta, Georgia.

Crocodile Tears

Street Art // Friday, September 02, 2011
Yok and Twooone just painted this wall at 5Pointz in Long Island City.  “It’s the crocodile hunter chasing the crocodile, and the crocodile chasing the hunter. What goes around comes around.”

Hello World!

Street Art // Thursday, September 01, 2011
"Hello, world!” is a real installation for the virtual globe of the software Google Earth. A Semacode measuring 160 x 160 meters was mown into a wheat field near the town of Ilmenau in the Land Thuringia. The code consists of 18 x 18 bright and dark squares producing decoded the phrase “Hello, world!”. The project was realized in May 2006 and photographs were taken of it during a picture flight in the following month."

Bear Bricked Bomber

Street Art // Thursday, September 01, 2011
Buenos Aires-based street artist, Apen painted a bear's face in an unlikely place.

Follow Your Heart

Street Art // Thursday, September 01, 2011
The easily likeable and high-spirited artwork of street artist, Bue is popping up on various walls around Los Angeles.  The following wall was painted in South Central with fellow artist Chase.

Steam Power

Street Art // Thursday, September 01, 2011
Mariusz Waras, aka M-City just finished the following wall in Bergen, Norway.  His work constantly reminds us of industrial revolution imagery from the 18th and 19th century.

Tatiana Bilbao

Street Art // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Mexican born architect, Tatiana Bilbao focuses on uplifting previously neglected spaces in Mexico’s overcrowded urban centers and drug trafficking plagued rural areas.  Her designs are 100% sustainable in terms of water and waste management and 40% sustainable in terms of energy use. She has also launched a sustainable nonprofit organization, MX.DF, to focus urban research and address Mexico’s most pressing problems.


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