Hung Up

Street Art // Monday, August 01, 2011
  After a long weekend there is a possibility of feeling disoriented, out of balance, like the world is upside down.  Spanish street artist, Escif in Los Angeles.  


Street Art // Monday, August 01, 2011
Paris-based street artist, Skio paints brilliant monochrome murals with various ingredients included.

Laz Mural

Street Art // Sunday, July 31, 2011
Street artist, Laz repaints the side of Boundless NY’s wall in Brooklyn.

Blu Nonstop

Street Art // Friday, July 29, 2011
Italian street artist, Blu was in Campobasso, Italy this week participating in the “Draw the Line Festival”.  Continuous wall conquering everywhere he roams.

Yok x Twoone x Daek

Street Art // Friday, July 29, 2011
These three street artists got together and created the following in Brooklyn on a hot summer day.

Marcel Sembat High School

Street Art // Friday, July 29, 2011
A requirement for all buildings should be vegetated roofs.   Residental, commercial, and institutional, you name it.  Located in France, Marcel Sembat high school is most likely an educational experience none of us experienced.

Rural City

Street Art // Friday, July 29, 2011
German-based artist, Evol built the following “mini city” using wood, eternit, and spray paint.  Refreshing!

New Anthony Lister Wall in L.A.

Street Art // Thursday, July 28, 2011
  HVW8 Gallery and Junk Food Art House will be hosting an event this Friday in Los Angeles featuring Australian-based artist, Anthony Lister.  Seems as if Lister got busy on a wall while in town for the show.

Jesse Hazelip Moving Sale

Street Art // Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Oakland-based illustrator and street artist, Jesse Hazelip, is jumping ship and relocating.  In the process of packing things, Jesse has decided to have a moving sale for some of his art. The following are some of the pieces available.

Venice Cityvision Competition

Street Art // Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Italian studio, Bam! were winners of the Venice Cityvision competition for their “air pod” designs.  In attempt to reconnect residents with their waterways and reintroduce water into the citizen's daily experience, a series of outdoor rooms or “air pods” have been placed within the canal.  Dangerous looking?


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