Calakmul Building in Mexico City

Street Art // Friday, August 12, 2011
Designed by architect Agustin Hernandez, The Calakmul Building aka La Lavadora resembles a large washing machine that gives off a brilliant mirrored effect!

Hood Rattt

Street Art // Friday, August 12, 2011
"Cause I Wanna Do Hood Rat Stuff With My Friends.”

Photography Assistance

Street Art // Thursday, August 11, 2011
Subtly incorporating surrounding elements into his street work, Tellas was fortunate to have Paolo Marchi take this wonderful photograph his work, presenting deeper perspective.

Niterói Contemporary Art Museum

Street Art // Thursday, August 11, 2011
Completed in 1996 by Architect Oscar Niemeyer, Niterói Contemporary Art Museum is one of Rio De Janerio’s main landmarks and uniquely designed buildings.  

Experience Music Project

Street Art // Thursday, August 11, 2011
Located in Seattle, Wa, Experience Music Project is one of the many strange creations from the mind of famed architect, Frank Gehry.  Opening its doors in 2000, this music museum combines interactive and interpretive exhibits to tell the story of the creative, innovative, and rebellious expression that defines American popular music.

Sasu Flower

Street Art // Thursday, August 11, 2011
When visiting Tokyo, it’s highly probable to stumble across the standout work of the Japanese duo, Kami and Sasu.  Their work radiates with vibrant colors and always compliments the surroundings.

In the Depths of the Sea

Street Art // Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Liquen = File this guy under talented and considerably underrated.

New M-city Walls

Street Art // Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Mariusz Waras, aka M-City has kept busy participating in summertime painting activities during his traveling.  The Poland-based street artist recently completed the following two large-scale walls in Israel and Mexico City.

The Antics Roadshow

Street Art // Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Banksy sure is persistent at keeping his name in the headlines.  He now has his own TV show, with the premise based on the history of behaving badly in public.  Sounds like an interesting topic right?  As Channel 4 states, “The Antics Roadshow examines the stories behind some of the most audacious stunts of recent times and what motivates the perpetrators, from mindless boredom to heartfelt political beliefs.”

Natural History

Street Art // Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Artist Patrick Dougherty, along with a team of volunteers, crafted an on-site woven-wood sculpture in honor of BBG’s Centennial in Brooklyn's Botanic Garden.

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