Hackney Wick Takeover @ V & A Museum, London

Street Art // Tuesday, March 04, 2014
A London instituition was taken over this past Friday night, literally titled the "Hackney Wick Takeover" at the V & A Museum in London. This was the third "takeover" in a series of Friday Late Takeovers that invites London’s creative communities to take over the Museum for an evening, presenting a range of music, art, design, architecture and more. The Hackney Wick takeover featured artists such as Paul Insect, Sweet Toof, Charlotte Papon, Manos Chatzikonstantis, and more. Our friend Butterfly went and shot the opening...

Swoon Creates Immersive Installation @ Brooklyn Museum

Street Art // Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Swoon will be creating a monumental site-specific installation in the fifth-floor rotunda of the Brooklyn Museum. Swoon: Submerged Motherlands will transform the gallery into a fantastic landscape and immersive experience, and will be on view from April 11 through August 24, 2014. The installation centers on a monumental sculptural tree, which will rise into the 72-foot-high dome, with a constructed environment at its base...

Free 4 All Walls in Windsor, Ontario

Street Art // Friday, February 21, 2014
The Free 4 All Walls project in Windsor, Ontario has recently seen additions by artists Nosego, Persue, Above, Xray, Kwest, Elicsr, Ben Frost, Denial, and Nekoes. The large-scale public mural project takes dull walls that were subject to vandalism and replaces them with dynamic murals. Each work has been geographically dependent, reflecting upon its individual site and specific community.

C215 "Back to Black" @ Stolenspace Gallery, London

Street Art // Tuesday, February 18, 2014
There is no question that C215 is one of the most unique and accomplished stencil artists working today, who had dedicated himself to both getting stencils on the streets of Europe as well as developing a gallery career. "Back to Black" is C215's first show at Stolenspace in London, and our friend Butterfly shot some photos from the opening... 

Maya Hayuk's Finished Mural on Houston & Bowery Wall

Street Art // Monday, February 10, 2014
As we previously noted, Maya Hayuk was up to bat on the famed Houston & Bowery wall in Manhattan, just after Swoon completed a mural a few months back. Now Maya has completed the wall, and in the midst of the snow and cold in NYC, this is a bit of geometric shine for the neighborhood. 

“Time For Change” by Waone of Interesni Kazki in India

Street Art // Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Waone of the surrealist muralist duo, Interesni Kazk,i has been trekking through India and occasionally leaving one of his otherworldly pieces behind. The one is on the side of a small weathered building and is entitled “Time for Change.” It's located in Kairalinagar, Varkala, Kerala, India.

Broken Fingaz wonder through Brazil and paint some things

Street Art // Tuesday, February 04, 2014
For the last month, the Haifa, Israel-based psych-pop artist collective, Broken Fingaz, have been traveling through various places in Brazil and as they do wherever they travel, they made some new murals.

Maya Hayuk next up to bat on The Bowery Wall

Street Art // Monday, February 03, 2014
Brooklyn-based artist, Maya Hayuk, has been enlisted as the next artist to paint the famed wall at Houston and Bowery in New York, and she has been making swift moves dousing it in color. The wall was previous decorated by the work of Swoon before the blizzard gave graffiti writers a nice opportunity to bomb it. 

Photos from Phlegm's "The Bestiary" @ Howard Griffin Gallery

Street Art // Monday, February 03, 2014
With nothing for sale, Phelgm’s newest exhibition “The Bestiary” is all about the experience of viewing art. And from these images there is plenty to soak in. The Sheffield-based artist spent the entire previous month working on the highly detailed installations. If you’re in London we highly suggest you go see it at The Howard Griffen Gallery before it comes down March 4, 2014.  

Domestic duties...

Street Art // Monday, February 03, 2014
Hyuro continues to challenge stereotypes of women and relating social stigmas in this minimalist new piece. This was painted in her hometown of Valencia, Spain, showing a women vacuuming with a child in her arm.

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