New Mural by Brian Bastidas in Oceanside, CA

Street Art // Tuesday, June 10, 2014
San Diegan artist Bryan Bastidas recently painted a new mural in Oceanside, CA inspired by the words of Chief Seattle, "There is no death, only a change of worlds." Word.

ROA "Projectum 06" @ Stolenspace, London

Street Art // Friday, June 06, 2014
Internationally acclaimed street artist ROA comes to London to create a unique onsite installation in StolenSpace Gallery. The Belgian artist is renowned for his unique portrayal of large scale urban wildlife, disquietly cohabiting city streets worldwide, hand painted in his distinctive black and white highly detailed rendering.

ARYZ Mural in Lagos, Portugal

Street Art // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Former Juxtapoz cover artist, Spanish-based ARYZ, just completed another huge mural in Lagos, Portugal. The artist was invited by ARTURb to do the mural, which features a skeleton with some camera skills. After a few international trips for ARYZ this year, including India and Austria, we love seeing a return to a multi-storied mural to kick of the European mural summer program. (That isn't a real thing, but it should be.)

The Work of Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada

Street Art // Thursday, May 29, 2014
Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada is a Cuban-born artist who grew up in New Jersey. In college, he bacame active in the street art scene and helped found artist collectives whose focus lay in attacking billboards and utilizing guerrilla tactics to make their anti-corporate messages and frustrations known. His Identity series is composed of gigantic charcoal portraits of anonymous people scaling the walls of buildings in different cities around the world. These drawings question the controls imposed on public space, the role models that represent us and the type of events that are guarded by the collective memory.

New Agostino Lacurci Mural in Arce, Italy

Street Art // Thursday, May 22, 2014
Agostino Lacurci just completed a new mural for Memorie Urbane in Arce, Italy. The piece is titled Homo Paleolicus an features one of his signature characters flying on a paper plane over a landscape scattered with what appear to be volcanoes.

Daniel "SAN" Muñoz: "11 Figures" in Blanca, Murcia, Spain

Street Art // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Daniel Muñoz, known to many as "SAN", has always had a talent for fine art and illustration, creating imaginary worlds that have made him one of the most fascinating and talented artists to emerge from Spain in recent years. He is also a very talented muralist and street artist. Recently, the Madrid-based artist completed a piece, roughly translated to "11 Figures Working In a Corner" on the small abandoned building in the town of Blanca, Murcia, Spain.

Anders "STRØK" Gjennestad @ Reed Projects, Stavanger, Norway

Street Art // Monday, May 19, 2014
Each year when we head to Nuart in Stavanger, Norway, we always like meeting and learning about new waves of European street artists. One artist who has been at Nuart in the past is Anders "STRØK" Gjennestad, who now has an exhibition of stencil works at Stavanger's Reed Projects.

New Murals by Pastel for the Viavai Project in Italy

Street Art // Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Argentina-based artist Pastel recently finished a few murals in Salento, Italy as part of the Viavai Project. The wall speaks to the significance of human essence living and surviving in a chaotic time. "The flowers of death remind us at the end we are all going to see them from beneath, without exceptions."

Remed & Okuda @ Festival of Spain, London

Street Art // Tuesday, May 06, 2014
Our friend Butterfly headed down to Southbank Centre in London this past weekend for the Festival of Spain and documented a public, live painting piece between Jux friend Remed and Okuda. They were given a glass box to paint as thousands of people streamed along the River Thames and enjoyed the festivities. 

Live Outside SF: An Interview with Amanda Lynn and Lady Mags

Street Art // Thursday, May 01, 2014
One certainty, if I could be so bold, is the proclamation that Public Art makes cities better. It's a simple formula, one that Juxtapoz has declared a necessity for years, had dedicated an entire issue to, and has documented and participated in over the last decade. Public Art programs make people happy. We aren't talking about expensive forays bringing international artists to your city lending a stunning sculpture to your waterfront views...

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