Kitties amongst the rubble...

Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
These poor little innocent kitties were placed in the hazardous rubble by Canadian artist, Jesse Olwen. We will pray for their safety.

New Mural by Alexis Diaz in Las Vegas

Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
Participating in the Life Is Beautiful Festival, Puerto Rican artist, Alexis Diaz, painted the otherworldly image of a hybrid snail/skull/nest amidst a colorful picturesque background. The skull with a lit cigarette in its mouth has a crack in the top, making for a nest with bird resting inside.

Os Gemeos x Mark Bode in São Paulo

Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
On a well-lit corner in the street of São Paulo, Brazil, local hometown heroes, Os Gemeos, take visiting legendary artist, Mark Bode, out for some painting. Both artist painted renditions of their staple characters, Bode’s was accompanied with the words “a policia ta vindo!” meaning the “police are coming!”

New Mural by Fintan Mcgee in Jakarta, Indonesia

Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
In this surreal new mural, Fintan Mcgee has painted an ant holding a monorail pillar on its back while atop of a leaf. A wooden house can be seen in the distance on another leaf, both floating on a yellow and black striped body of liquid. This piece was painted somewhere in Jakarta, Indonesia.

"Highlander System" by Kofie

Street Art // Saturday, November 02, 2013
Los Angeles-based artist, Kofie, has been painting abstract geometric shapes and forms long before it became fashionable among the current wave of street artists. Loosely influenced by architectural drafting, Kofie’s work is rich in composition and detail. This piece entitled “Highlander System” was painted at the corner of Highland and Melrose in Los Angeles, with spraypaint and acrylic.

Justin Bieber has a "new hobby"

Street Art // Friday, November 01, 2013
The oh-so culturally hip musician, Justin Beiber, has decided  his “new hobby” is street art. We are going to guess Banksy’s media frenzy had something to do with this? Before going out and getting his spray on, Beiber made sure he was wearing the appropriate attire which included a hoodie, a baseball hat, sneakers and of course sagging his baggy pants. The 19-year old painted the words “Street art” and the image of a “Tupac frog” while in Bogota, Colombia. No need to critique young Bieber’s skills as these pictures say so much. 

Princess Peach mosaic by Invader

Street Art // Friday, November 01, 2013
Allegedly, Invader was arrested while installing this Princess Peach mosaic in the Lower East Side in Manhattan the other night. Although, it looks complete so when was he exactly apprehended? We really don’t think it’s important whether or not this happened; we really just like the piece. And remember if you’re doing illegal street work in the police state that is New York, the probability of you getting arrested it high. So don’t be so surprised. It happens often. The building owner has taken it down with its fate unknown.

New work from Aris

Street Art // Thursday, October 31, 2013
The elegant abstract formation paintings of Italian artist, Aris, are unmistakable in comparison to the majority of work current being created outside. The artist has updated his Flickr with some new work primarily on trains and one on an old rusty water tank.

New piece by Xuan Alyfe

Street Art // Thursday, October 31, 2013
Over the last few years, we have witnessed Xuan Alyfe’s slow, but natural progression from very small-scale murals to large, and no matter the size, the Spanish artist’s work consistently incorporates precise and meticulous detail. In this newest piece, the artist has stuck with a distinct color palette, working with geometric abstractions and other surreal imagery.

Banksy "Better Out Than In" Full Recap

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 31, 2013
And so you have it, 31 days in October, 31 pieces/moments of art from Banksy, one city that is New York, and now it is over. Whether you loved it, hated it, felt inspired by it, Banksy took over the art world (well, pop culture world, really) for a month on the biggest stage, and left piece #31 and its companion audio as a reminder of why street art, graffiti, public art, whatever it is you want to call it, in whatever form you find it, do it, see it, is an important historical identifier of who we are as humans... enjoy a little recap of Better Out Than In. 

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