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.

Shepard Fairey on Blast

Street Art // Wednesday, June 15, 2011
It’s difficult being in the spotlight, everyone’s seems to be waiting for you to slip up or act inappropriately.  It’s ok; it lets everyone know we are still human.  This video is awkward; Shepard is most likely in the doghouse after talking to his wife that way on national television, any husband would be.

Gr170

Street Art // Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Spanish street artist, Gr170, creates large-scale illegal murals in the outskirts of Barcelona, commonly in abandoned factories, tunnels, and underneath motorway bridges.  Aside from his work outside, Gr170 also works in screen-printing, sculpture, and video.

Bewildered Darkness

Street Art // Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Brazilian-based painter and street artist, Herbert Baglione, just posted a new painting he recently completed.  Herbert’s work has always been overly detailed, rich in creative negative space and strangely euphoric.  

Futuroscope

Street Art // Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Located in Vienne, France, Futuroscope is a French theme park based upon multimedia, cinematographic futoroscope and audio-visual techniques.  It also houses 4d cinemas, which are of some of the only examples in the world.   Completed in 1987 by architect Denis Laming, the Futuroscope has seen 35 million visitors since opening day.  The building resembles a giant reflective crystal that’s been unearthed and sharpened.

Vienna Stir Fry

Street Art // Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Berlin-based designers and muralists, Low Bros, have been busy collaborating with artists Nychos, Peachbeach, Dxtr and Cone in Vienna. The combination of these artists makes for an nice balance of styles.

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..

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