¨Arbol de la vida" by Hyuro

Street Art // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Hyuro’s newest addition to the street is a piece entitled “Arbol de la vida” translated to “Tree of Life.”  This bizarre imagery shows a large group of women hanging from a leafless tree.  It was painted in Tepito, located in the Cuauhtemoc borough of Mexico City.

Steve Powers @ Komafest, Norway

Street Art // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Steve Powers newest addition to the urban landscape is in Vardø, Norway for Komafest. The public artist who is known for leaving witty punch lines and puns where ever he works has created this new piece with the words “Eternal Light and/or Eternal Night.”  The artist used the following phrase in reference to Vardø’s sun that does not set during this time of year.

Os Gemeos @ Institute Of Contemporary Art/Boston

Street Art // Thursday, July 19, 2012
The prolific Brazilian twins, Otávio and Gustavo Pandolfo, most known as Os Gemeos, will be having their first solo U.S. museum exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston opening August 1, 2012.  The show will feature 11 new works, including painting, sculpture, and a new public mural created in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition.

M-City Mural in Jarocin, Poland

Street Art // Thursday, July 19, 2012
Polish muralist, Mariusz Waraz, aka M-City, just finished painting this giant broken tape mural in Jarocin, Poland. Waraz did an excellent job with the space, working around the windows and satellite dish.  The drop shadow adds a nice feeling of depth as well.

Connor Harrington in Vardø, Norway

Street Art // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
UK-based painter, Conor Harrington, recently painted this mural in Vardo, Norway for Komafest.  The mural shows a slain deer at the foot of man dressed in colonial wear.

New Maya Hayuk Mural in Massachusetts

Street Art // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Brooklyn-based artist, Maya Hayuk, recently painted this multi-colored abstract mural in North Adams, Massachusetts.

Crocheted Aligator Playground by Olek

Street Art // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
There is a lack of large animal themed playgrounds; actually there is a lack of creative playgrounds in general, the options are endless really. Why not a massive gator-themed space for kids and adults? In San Paulo, there is a playground shaped as an alligator and for the 2012 SESC Arts show they invited Brooklyn-based artist, Olek, to cover the trademark crochet creations.  

Aec of Interesni Kazki in Girona, Spain

Street Art // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Making up half of the muralist duo know as Interesni Kazki, AEC, has been traveling and creating work on his own recently. The artist participated in the Milestone Project in Girona, Spain where he painted the following vibrant mural.

How & Nosm Mural in Philadelphia

Street Art // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Over the course of four days, the artist duo, How and Nosm, worked vigorously on a 125 foot lift to complete this massive mural located in the city center of Philadelphia. Titled “Personal Melody,” this mural should have no problem in catching your eye should you find yourself wandering around downtown.

Evol in Warsaw, Poland

Street Art // Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Evol was recently in Warsaw, Poland transforming everyday urban objects into miniature city landscapes. This newest piece is an apartment building with a flock of butterflies swarming it, incorporating old tags that previously existed on the small space. Plenty of detail in this piece including the window blinds and satellite dishes.


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