Ornamento y Utopia

Street Art // Tuesday, June 14, 2011
It’s no secret we are fond of Spanish artist, Escif.  His work is minimal, well executed, and it seems he paints a new wall everyday.  We are eagerly awaiting his presence in San Francisco for his show at FIFTY24SF..

Le Silence

Street Art // Monday, June 13, 2011
We don’t want to hear that noise!  Street artist, Eme, paints meticulous music notes to say “ Le Silence”, making for a great effect.  You can find this piece located in Strasbourg, France.

Tear You Apart

Street Art // Monday, June 13, 2011
Limo of Paris-based On-Off crew brings you this demonic scene from darkest realm.

Altered States Of Reality

Street Art // Monday, June 13, 2011
  Parisian street artists Nosbe and Plz have interpreted their psychedelic experiences, and unexplored dimensions of their brains, to bring you this wall.  Sit back, breath, and get lost.  

Tony Delfino

Street Art // Monday, June 13, 2011
The always cheerful and uplifting work of muralist Bue has found its way to the streets of Holland.  This most recent mural was done in collaboration with Pest, Smithe, and Mr Fixit.

Sliced and Served

Street Art // Sunday, June 12, 2011
Ekta & Ollio’s original sausage links under the bridge.

Lady Blah Blah

Street Art // Saturday, June 11, 2011
There’s some things going on in this photo and I’m going to call it street art.  That pink jacket is on another level, in the street, and it’s art.  Ok.

Section 2 of The High Line Opens

Street Art // Friday, June 10, 2011
Located on Manhattan's West Side, The High Line, is a elevated public park project that utilizes an old section of railway that was once used to lift dangerous freight trains off Manhattan's streets.  The second part of the part opened on Wednesday making the length of the park a mile-and-a-half-long. Designed by landscape architects James Corner Field Operations, with architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the park is a must see if you are visiting New York.  

Banksy Pays for your Monday MOCA Admission

Street Art // Friday, June 10, 2011
We presume Banksy has done all right for himself, financially speaking, so maybe that’s an incentive to share a little.  The British street artist has paid for admissions to the "Art in the Streets" exhibition on Mondays through August 8th when the show closes.  In Banksy’s words, “I don't think you should have to pay to look at graffiti. You should only pay if you want to get rid of it”.  Agreed.  Now you have no excuse not to go.

OCAD by Will Aslop

Street Art // Thursday, June 09, 2011
British architect, Will Aslop, designs minimalist avant-garde buildings, commonly incorporating unusual forms and bright colors.  One of his most notable projects is the Ontario’s College of Art & Design’s structure, renowned for its so-called "tabletop" design, elevated nine stories above ground level and balanced on brightly painted steel legs.

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