Lonac Paints "White Noise" for Croatia's Boombarstick Festival

Street Art // Monday, July 20, 2015
Along with big and well known festivals in major cities around the world, there is still a strong DIY scene out there putting out some great events and producing some amazing street work. The little historic town of Vodnjan in Istria, Croatia, is this year hosting their 3rd edition of Boombarstick festival, and one of the invited artists recently finished his mural.

ICYMI: POW! WOW! Long Beach

Street Art // Monday, July 20, 2015
As you probably know, POW! WOW! is a public art festival that started in Hong Kong and quickly spread to Hawaii, Taiwan, SXSW, and most recently, the city they call Long Beach. Fafi, Low Bros, James Jean, Hueman, Madsteez, Nychos, Aaron de la Cruz, Jeff Soto, Brendan Monroe, Craola, and many more artists left their mark in SoCal with an impressive collection of freshly painted walls. 

Street Artist Franco Fasoli, a.k.a. Jaz, Shifts to Collage

Street Art // Saturday, July 18, 2015
After experimenting with different materials, Franco Fasoli, aka Jaz, has taken a new artistic direction. The substantial change in his work is based on the use of collage as the fulcrum, and came about after his residency in Miami, culminating in his solo show "Choque" in the Celaya Brothers Gallery in Mexico City.

Pejac in Tokyo

Street Art // Friday, July 10, 2015
During his recent Asian trip, Pejac visited Tokyo where he created a series of new effective street works. Being a huge fan of Japanese culture and tradition, Spanish artist cleverly used familiar images and symbols in these works. 

Nature As Art by Andreco

Street Art // Tuesday, July 07, 2015
From Italian artist, Andreco, who we featured in Juxtapoz' print edition in the past: "In the climate change era the environment needs new symbols to withstand. 
We are in the century of the environmental crisis and my artwork is affected by it. 
My research is focused on the relation between humans and nature and between the built environment and the natural landscape."

Converse Blank Canvas: Jason Jägel

Street Art // Tuesday, July 07, 2015
Former Juxtapoz cover artist Jason Jägel is the latest artist to participate in Converse's Blank Canvas project, featured on the back cover of our July 2015 issue. A longtime friend of the magazine, Jason helped interview Madlib and illustrate the cover for our August 2015 "Alter Ego" issue. More recently, he held a one day "Doomsday Show" at the Rappcats space in Los Angeles featuring paintings, prints and a limited run of individually hand-drawn CDs for Madlib's Mind Fusion African Earwax mix. 

New Wall by Pastel in Spain for the Milestone Project

Street Art // Monday, July 06, 2015
Pastel recently completed this wall in Girona, Spain for the Milestone Project. Located in Font de la Polvora a gitane neighborhood where they use the public space as a extension of their homes. The site identity is an important element because it is a community living of habits and traditions. In front of the wall is a very thin river where some wild plants gow and the animals drink water.

New Curiot Mural in Montreal

Street Art // Monday, June 29, 2015
Curiot has been busy so far this year with exhibitions worldwide and one show in SF, the Mexican artist has also had time to paint some murals. The most recent was in the Mural Fest in Montreal where once again doesn't use his traditional style and creates a piece with a more limited color palette making a wall that seems influenced by some Mexican textiles.

Qbic Mural in Istanbul

Street Art // Monday, June 29, 2015
Prolific Russian artist Rustam Qbic recently spent some time painting a new mural for Mural Istanbul festival. After working 7 days on a 4 story building, he completed this fantasy-like colorful piece titled "Miracle". Celebrating motherhood and the wonder of bringing new life, this mural was inspired by his personal experience of a father-to-be. Usually focusing on positive messages and universal values. this work is a classic example of his symbolic, surrealist style he's been developing for the last couple of years.

Remed & Okuda in Malaga, Spain

Street Art // Friday, June 26, 2015
The European duo collaborated again on a mural, this time was in Malaga, Spain for the MAUS project where local and international artists will paint some buildings of the city. Remed and Okuda created "La Danse De Venus Et Du Marin" where they combined their distinctive styles making a colorful piece with perfect shapes. 

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