Street Art // Friday, December 09, 2011
We revisit this great mural from Spanish artist, Escif that he painted in Miami last year.  A simple statement that you may or may not relate to at times.

Escif Head On With A Fence

Street Art // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Spanish artist (and FEB 2011 cover artist) Escif applies his minimalist approach to the following wall with the phrase "Art is the chance to think regardless of concepts" floating above.

When Two Heads Collide

Street Art // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Jaz painted two heads colliding where two walls meet, in Miami for Primary Flight.

Zed1 in Miami

Street Art // Thursday, December 08, 2011
Italian street artist, Zed1 made this stunning contribution to  Miami’s Wynwood Arts District this year.

Hyuro Exhibition @ Starkart Gallery

Street Art // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Valencia-based street artist and illustrator, Hyuro opens a solo exhibition, Casual Anomalies this Thursday at the Starkart gallery in Zurich, Switzerland.  Be sure to check out the artist’s newest animation video included.

Deuce 27 Sailboat Spotted

Street Art // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
This decorative sailboat marked by artist Deuce 7,was spotted making it’s way through mid America today.


Street Art // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
French-born, Madrid-based artist, Remed can paint indoor just as well as outdoor.  This new piece was made with spraypaint and acrylic on wood.

The Work of Woozy

Street Art // Wednesday, December 07, 2011
Os Gemeos just tipped us off to a talented muralist that goes by the name “Woozy” working in the streets of Greece. Painting in a broad palette of colors, with abnormal subject matter, the murals energetically demand attention amidst the cityscape.

HERE COMES THE NEIGHBORHOOD Video Episode:5 with Saner and Sego

Street Art // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
In this Episode of Here Comes the Neighborhood, Mexican artists Saner and Sego collaborate on a mural for the Wynwood Walls in Miami Beach, FL.  Watch as they convey their thoughts on what we see with our eyes everyday, the power of public art and communication, and prioritizing what we find important in all our lives. Both their first times in the U.S., this video offers an insightful view to these two articulate artists.

The Illuminated Crowd

Street Art // Monday, December 05, 2011
Last year, 2010, Raymond Masson created a public sculpture titled The Illuminated Crowd that was displayed in downtown Montreal.  65 people of all ages, race, facial expressions and conditions are depicted on four platforms, made from stratified polyester resin with polyurethane paint.


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