Feline Friendly C215 Stencil!

Street Art // Thursday, October 20, 2011
We are suckers for art related to our feline friend and this stencil by C215 is one of the best we have seen thus far.  C215 is featured in the current November issue of Juxtapoz curated by Pushead.

Crossing Paths

Street Art // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
The Gainesville Community Redevelopment Agency along with the University of Florida hosted a dozen realistic bronze figure sculptures by internationally renowned sculptor Seward Johnson.  The businessman discarding trash and the cop writing a ticket sort of creep us out, but that’s a good thing.

Ancient Rage

Street Art // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
A tusked skull, Ancient Age (Ancient Rage) bottle, sexually stimulating contraptions, winged boobs, a Juggalo, one-eyed tailed demons, a small sailboat, and an assortment of other humorous Doodles.  Deuce 7 drawings and Swampy with his skull moniker.

Even-Toed Ungulate

Street Art // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
  It’s not often you stumble on a miniature desert landscape with a camel on a boxcar.  Almost looks airbrushed, but I doubt the artist brought a compressor into the train yard or maybe they did?  

Everyone Wants To Be Batman

Street Art // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
This new wall by Fintan Magee in Melbourne is a reminder that we are all slacking in constructing a proper Halloween costume.  Don’t want have one of those half-ass, last minute costumes you see every year.

Monkey Made Of Flip-Flops

Street Art // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Constructed of 10,000 pairs of flip-flops, 45 feet long, and titled “The Fat Monkey.”  Dutch artist, Florentijn Hofman with the help of local art students was commissioned to build this giant monkey in a park in Sao Paolo, Brazil.

Escif in Niort, France

Street Art // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Spanish street artist, Escif was invited to Niort, France to participate in the first edition of the festival “Le 4eme Mur.”  He created the following two murals on what appears to be some rather aged walls.  We enjoy seeing artists incorporate or leave significant portions of existing walls unpainted, adding more depth to the work.

Erica il Cane @ Draw The Line

Street Art // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Italian fine artist and muralist, Erica il Cane just finished up the following wall at the Draw The Line mural festival in Campobasso, Italy.

Sam3 in Germany

Street Art // Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Here is Sam 3’s strangely unique contribution in Cologne, Germany for the City Leaks Festival.

Crayon Wildfire Sculptures

Street Art // Monday, October 17, 2011
Herb Williams is an artist whose interest lies in identifying objects that society perceives to associate with one role and reintroduces them into different subtexts.  With the project “ Unwanted Visitor: Portrait of a Wildfire”, Williams created five freestanding sculptures using thousands of individual crayons.


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