Escif & San in L.A.

Street Art // Wednesday, June 08, 2011
The famed De La Barracuda wall in Los Angeles that hosts a variety of local and international artists was just repainted by Escif and San.  Appropriate for Los Angeles’s fame and glamour, the duo painted two different stretch limos.  Escif and San will both be showing at the end of the month in San Francisco at Fifty24SF.

On Broadway

Street Art // Wednesday, June 08, 2011
The always cheerful and colorful work of Brazilian born, Zéh Palito, has found it’s way to the streets of New York.  These construction site boards serve as a large canvas for Zeh’s mirroring unicorns, abstract shapes, and the positive words of peace and love.  We look forward to seeing additional work from his travels.


Street Art // Tuesday, June 07, 2011
The streets sometimes whisper subtle messages or they smack you in the face.  I think we understand what this person might be trying to say.  

Chilli with locs

Street Art // Tuesday, June 07, 2011
All fruits and veggies should be fun loving cartoon characters, and others should have the option to remain faceless.  

Shrines and Caskets

Street Art // Tuesday, June 07, 2011
A stylish funeral procession occurred in Sheffield, England over the weekend.  Phlegm continues his efforts in creating a comic book based on paintings in abandoned schoolhouses.  An illustrated zine of the alphabet should be available soon as well on his website.  

Cost Was Here Prints

Street Art // Monday, June 06, 2011
Cost just released a limited edition “Cost Was Here” print through Paper Monster.  Known for his rollers, stickers, and posters with his partner Revs, Cost is an important figure in the progression of “street art” before the word was ever muttered.  

Friendly Welcome

Street Art // Monday, June 06, 2011
Escif continues his persistent painting endeavors with this front door welcoming.  

Museo Soumaya

Street Art // Monday, June 06, 2011
Opened in March, Soumaya Museum is a gorgeous building constructed of 16,000 hexagonal tiles of mirrored steel and rests in the Polanco neighborhood of Mexico City.  Facilitating more than 6,200 artworks in 60,000 square feet, the building contains a 350-seat auditorium, a library, offices, a restaurant, a gift shop, and a multi-purpose lounge.  

More On Than...

Street Art // Monday, June 06, 2011
Here is a new wall recently painted by Paris-based, On Off crew.  

Emol in Brazil

Street Art // Sunday, June 05, 2011
Brazilian street art, Emol, recently finished this vibrant, multi-colored lizard in Recife City, Pernambuco, Brazil.


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