Canal Squid

Street Art // Monday, July 18, 2011
Uk-based street artist and illustrator, Phlegm, had the rare opportunity to decorate the side of a canal boat and his squid could not be any more fitting.

Dran + Brusk

Street Art // Sunday, July 17, 2011
Let the kids imagine, play and dream away.  Sunny Sundays with the kids.

Oh So Small

Street Art // Saturday, July 16, 2011
In a time where a majority of street artists tend to go massive on the side of buildings, France-based artist C215 makes an equal impact with this tiny stencil.

Atelier a Torcé

Street Art // Friday, July 15, 2011
Architect Batir France and GKD Metal Fabrics have transformed the facade of a manufacturing facility along a busy highway region in the French countryside into an ever-changing display of light and color and detailed graphics.  During the day the stainless steel exterior shimmers from the sunlight, while at night weather proof LED’s reflect light.

Super Smooth

Street Art // Friday, July 15, 2011
Stir it up, mash it up, blend it together, pour it out, let it marinate, put it back in, check it one last time, and walk away. Dabs, Myla, How, and Nosm collaboration in Los Angeles, California.  

Outside Looking In

Street Art // Friday, July 15, 2011
Old unfinished work revisited by Japan-based artist, Concentrik Coaxial.  Very interested to see what this artist’s inside work consists of.  

Black Cat

Street Art // Friday, July 15, 2011
Cats have made a strong comeback in popularity in the last couple years and everyone wants to show their loyalty.  Although, black cats seem to have a stigma about them, don’t let this one cross you path!  Painted by Australian-born painter and illustrator, Anthony Lister.

Sponge Bob Is Everywhere

Street Art // Thursday, July 14, 2011
Apparently everyone loves Sponge Bob.  He appears on walls around the globe dressed in various attire and his moods of expression are ever changing.  Here is a collection of various Bob’s found on the Internet.

Making a Mess

Street Art // Thursday, July 14, 2011
Strategically unloading 500 liters of paint into a busy intersection seems like a liability if you ask me, bright color paint going every which way could easly cause confusion and distraction.  Luckily, no one crashed and Dutch performance artist Lepe B.T. Rubingh can dodge a lawsuit.

Collaborate and Listen..

Street Art // Thursday, July 14, 2011
Berlin-based illustrators and muralists, Low Bros, got together with Herr von Bias, Axer, Stan, and Billy to create this visual soup.


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