The Rebellion

Street Art // Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The revolution will not be televised; it will be painted on a wall in a stylish manner.

Dissection Study

Street Art // Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Nychos has been keeping himself busy by dissecting creatures and adding color to their inner workings.  Great negative space going over the windows and above the door!  

Moody Products

Street Art // Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Moody recently displayed some of his own product posters on the Woodward Gallery Project Space in New York City.  

Maclaim Crew in Alexandria & Cairo, Egypt

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 25, 2011
When we were at Nuart this past month, Akut from Herakut was mentioning that he and the Maclaim crew were headed to Egypt in October to paint murals in both Alexandria and Cairo. Not knowing what to expect, we told him to please send us as many images as he could of the project. Photos after the jump . . .

Saddo And Other in Dresden

Street Art // Monday, October 24, 2011
In 2 and half days, Other and Saddo completed this large-scale mural in Dresden, Germany.   Plenty of great detail to get lost in and one of the biggest murals we have seen these artists work on. Traveling back to the U.S., Other will be showing new work will fellow artist Stinkfish at Brooklynite Gallery in Brooklyn on November 5th.

Berlin Bandits Artshow

Street Art // Monday, October 24, 2011
This Saturday, October 29th, Berlin Bandits opens at Neonchocolate Gallery in Berlin, Germany.  The exhibition will feature new art from street artists Mr. Penfold, Low Bros, and Billy.  

'The Passage" by Phlegm

Street Art // Monday, October 24, 2011
Uk-based street artist, Phlegm is back in his hometown of Sheffield after traveling through the summer.  More strategic to paint a large piece letting your friends know your home than having to call everyone separately.  

Very Hungry God Sculpture

Street Art // Sunday, October 23, 2011
Back in 2006, New Dehli-based artist, Subodh Gupta created the following piece titled “Very Hungry God.”   Constructed of Stainless steel kitchen utensils in reaction to reports that French soup-kitchens were using pork as an ingredient to deter Muslims from partaking in the meals.  The sculpture was exhibited internationally and eventually found a home in François Pinault's extensive collection.  

Andison Quito in Ecuador

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 23, 2011
We are trying to figure out more about this artist, Andison Quito, who did this great telephone pole piece in Ecuador. We can't seem to find much information, so if anyone has the head's up, let us know. A well-done, dramatic piece like this deserves an audience.

In Street Art: The Big Rig Van

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 23, 2011
I was convinced that the person who was responsible for this painting was deeply immersed in methamphetamines and just “went for it” one day. Loading this picture up to share, I noticed that it was just a photo placed over the van. This was disappointing news, but we want to inspire someone to “go for it: and paint a Big Rig on a van!


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