Street Art // Saturday, July 09, 2011
As far as video games go, Mike Tyson’s Punch Out ranks high in the classics list. With unique characters such as Don Flamenco, Piston Honda, Soda Popinski, King Hippo, and Bald Bull, it’s hard not to love how silly this game is. So here is the coach Doc Louis who finally gets his shine.
Street Art // Friday, July 08, 2011
My Love For You website just released their first installment of a new podcast series interviewing Steven Powers. Mr. Powers discusses a range of topics from his new project “A Love Letter to Brooklyn, to why Shepard Fairey and Banksy’s work is unimpressive, or why important artists are those that give back to the community. An insightful and uncensored interview worth a listen.
Street Art // Thursday, July 07, 2011
Built by architectural firm Selgas Cano in Merida Spain, Merida Factory Youth Movement, is an all-encompassing fun zone for kids and young adults. Completed this year, the project includes a skatepark, concert hall, rock climbing, theatre, ballroom, and even broadband Internet. The entire building is covered under a large thermal canopy, allowing use in all weather conditions. Open to anyone and beautifully designed.
Street Art // Wednesday, July 06, 2011
Irish-born, London-based, Conor Harrington traveled back to his native home of Ireland and completed the following mural. Harrington will be painting a series of walls through his travels that will be loosely based around the theme of masculinity.