New Interesni Kazki Wall in Baltimore

Street Art // Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Participating in the Open Walls Baltimore Project, Interesni Kazki had the opportunity to paint an architecturally beautiful building used for adult day care and as usual used their talents to create a unique piece.

New Phlegm Illustrations

Street Art // Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Taking a short break from his outdoor work, Phlegm has been keeping himself busy with some new illustrations for an upcoming book project.  These new ones have a clean, very refined look to them. We will keep you posted on future details of the book.

Blu in Morocco

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Our May 2012 Public Art special issue features a few works from Italian muralist Blu captured from our travels in Europe last year, and we just saw that the artist was in Morocco to paint a new mural near a border crossing in the North African nation. That appears to a European Union colorway on that wall, no?

Revs Does Rust

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Here are two great pieces by Revs welded to the streets of New York. Possibly the most resilient and durable street art one could put up for all the variables of extermination.

New Bue Walls in Berlin

Street Art // Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Bue has been traveling around Berlin spreading his smiling high-spirited characters for the locals.  He also had a chance to collaborate on a vibrantly colored wall with artists Malarky, Billy, Lucas.

Vhils Mural in Baltimore in Progress

Street Art // Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Vhils is currently in Baltimore, Maryland chipping away at a huge wall for the Open Walls Baltimore Project.  Finished product coming soon!

New Blu Wall in Melila

Street Art // Tuesday, April 17, 2012
The town of Melila is geographically near the borderline of Spain and Morocco.  We posted yesterday about Escif’s newest work here and the issues involving African refugees persistent attempts to cross the borderline. Blu who has been rather quit recently is also in town and created this very simplistic imagery with a strong statement.  He used the European Union flags logo substituting barbed wire for where the stars should be.

"Que haya paz en la Tierra y que comience por mí" por Triangulo Dorado

Street Art // Monday, April 16, 2012
Despues de haber estado muy ocupado pintando varios murales en Buenos Aires, Triangulo Dorado termina otra obra titulada “Que haya paz en la tierra y que comience por mi”

Mark Jenkins at RVA Street Art Festival

Street Art // Monday, April 16, 2012
Beginning right after the G40 Art Summit, which brought numerous artists to Richmond, Va to paint a series of large-scale walls in a specific neighborhood comes the RVA Street Art Festival.  This time around artists such as Richard Colman, Ryan McGinness, Pose, Jeff Soto, Hense, Vizie and more created work outdoors with a busy line up of activities. A standout piece was this one by Mark Jenkins who created a wall with bodies shot into a giant bullseye.

"Dematerialization" by Escif Photos and Video

Street Art // Monday, April 16, 2012
    Geographical near the borderline of Spain and Morocco is Melilla where Escif painted the following wall titled “Dematerialization.”  We really enjoy when Escif uses a sequence of images to tell a short story, whether his intent is clear or not.  The artist's work here is a comment on African refugees who often attempt to cross the Melila’s border fence into the European Union zone.


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