New OnOff Wall

Street Art // Monday, June 20, 2011
Jok, Crapo, and Limo of Paris-based, On Off Crew recently finished this wall combining their diverse talents and utilizing a healthy mix of painting techniques.

Where the Creatures Feed

Street Art // Sunday, June 19, 2011
Air Trees Water Animals = ATWA.  Things are getting cultish in the depths of the darkness.

The Town is Weird

Street Art // Saturday, June 18, 2011
There’s a distinct and abnormal breed of artists painting in the Oakland streets these days.  It may have something to do with the aggressive violence or the unique history of the city itself.  What we do know is, Oakland is it’s own enigma.  Here is a Feral Child and Dan Bortz decorated truck.

Other Gets Around

Street Art // Friday, June 17, 2011
Travel and paint, simple pleasures.  Other has been participating in these two activities religiously and here is evidence of his talents being shared with the population of Bucharest, Romania.

Twisto

Street Art // Friday, June 17, 2011
I consider Twist to be more of a graffiti writer, but his impact on character-based work in the streets is undeniable.  This photograph shows a young Twist in action painting one of his signature screws.

Inner Demons at Red Bull Studios

Street Art // Friday, June 17, 2011
Australian-based artist, Meggs will be exhibiting new work in London at Red Bull Studios this Thursday, June 23rd.   The work will be based on, “fears, desires and obstacles which each person faces within themselves”.  Meggs works in a variety of mediums, but is most recognized as a designer, painter, and street artist.

Glow in the Dark with Chubs

Street Art // Thursday, June 16, 2011
Here is a throwback photograph of Chubs work at the beach in San Francisco. This photo did all the justice in the world and gave it a whole new look, right? Beautiful photograph.

Essu

Street Art // Thursday, June 16, 2011
On my first visit to Tokyo, Essu’s stickers stood out immediately and blanketed the city.  The Twist influence is apparent, but there is something about the monochrome esthetic that is highly appealing.  I’m unsure whether Essu shows in galleries or just sticks to the street, nevertheless it’s always a treat to stumble on this artists work.

Public Swings in Los Angeles

Street Art // Thursday, June 16, 2011
Everyone loves swings, well everyone who enjoys simple pleasures.  What’s not to like, back and forth.  Artist Jeff Waldman has been installing a series of illegal swings around the Los Angeles area supported by a grant awarded from the The Awesome Foundation.

Green House Pods in Dubai

Street Art // Wednesday, June 15, 2011
In the United Arab Emirates, aka where money flows like water, an Italian architectural firm, StudioMobile, has prepared designs for a seawater vertical farm.  The farms will utilize seawater to keep cool and moisten greenhouses and transform enough humidity back in to water to irrigate the plants.

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