+Pool: A Floating Pool in the River For Everyone

Street Art // Wednesday, June 22, 2011
A floating pool that filters the rivers water in the East River shaped as a cross? Yes please. +Pool is the company pursuing this ambitious project, partnering with an engineering firm, and they need your help with kickstarter.

Saimir Strati Mosaics

Street Art // Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Albanian artist, Saimir Strati, uses nails, toothpicks, corks, sea glass, eggshells, compact discs, coffee beans, porcelain and mirror glass to creates large-scale mosaics. His work has broken countless world records including the world’s largest cork and screw mosaics.

Blue Tomato

Street Art // Tuesday, June 21, 2011
f A fabulous new collaboration between artists Peachbeach, Frau Isa, Dxtr, Low Bros, Cone and Nychos in Vienna.  An interesting assorted cast of characters, riding an extended white dog limo!

New Bue and Smithe Wall

Street Art // Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Designer, muralist, and clothing owner, Bue, collaborated with Smithe on this wall in Amsterdam.  We love posting Bue’s work to lighten the mood, and if you haven’t checked out his children’s clothing line, Toykyo Kids, do yourself a favor.

House Tent by San and Escif

Street Art // Monday, June 20, 2011
Escif and San take advantage of some un-manicured, un-occupied dwelling and draw some visions of what could materialize. As part of the San and Escif Road Show leading to gallery show, they stopped somewhere outside of San Jose, California to create a message.

Visionary Quest

Street Art // Monday, June 20, 2011
  Here is a new mural from Oakland-based artists Doodles, Feral, J Bcuz, and ATWA.   Welcome to the mythical, supernatural realm that one can enter when drinking the tap water of “The Town”.  

New Liqen Wall

Street Art // Monday, June 20, 2011
Continuing his travels and painting adventures, Spanish artist Liqen acquired some prime real estate in Plastica, Guadalajara, Mexico. Preserving the original mural and adding his own touch, Liqen creates a wonderful balance of old and new. As the artist states, “Mitofantastic Mantro is a mural dedicated to one of the many amorphous gods there may be”.

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.


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