Miss Van "Bailarinas" at Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 25, 2011
French-born street and fine artist, Miss Van, whose work we recently saw at MOCA's "Art In the Streets," will be opening a new solo show, Bailarinas, at NYC's Jonathan LeVine Gallery. The show opens this Thursday, May 26, at the same time of Mars-1's and Gaia's shows at the gallery.

In the Darkest Woods

Street Art // Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Russian based street artist, O331c, creates letters by painting subtle trees restrained by shapes. His applications on mundane surfaces leave inconspicuous markings.

Democracia and Protocolo

Street Art // Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Escif has been receiving some semi-censorship lately. Apparently, an anonymous resident does not think the single words “Democracia” and “Protocolo” should be written on the walls, but Escif’s paintings can stay. Escif posted photos of two walls, before and after. One is vandalism, the other is not?


Street Art // Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Hamburg, Germany has countless street artists actively creating work in the streets.  1010, is a standout artist whose work evokes a mysterious symbolism.  He uses abstract and basic minimalist shapes to create creatures from unknown lands.  

New Wall from Sam3

Street Art // Tuesday, May 24, 2011
This wall in Poznan, Poland just received an upgrade with some intriguing work from Sam3.  The mural was painted in dedication to the Spanish Revolution.

Low Bros

Street Art // Monday, May 23, 2011
Nerd and Qbrk are a team of designers, illustrators, and muralists that go by the name Low Bros, based out of Berlin, Germany.  Their work is reminiscent of a vibrant, more urban version of a Triplets of Belleville character.  

Deeper into Darkness

Street Art // Monday, May 23, 2011
With the Internet, one can upload their photos, watch as people comment, and remain anonymous.  Occasionally, we are itching for a little more information and background to ones work.  We recently stumbled on the following artist who has no identity that we can find.  These murals are exceptionally remarkable, are you familiar with this work?  


Street Art // Monday, May 23, 2011
Another Ukrainian street artist, Kislow, creates phenomenal dream like murals. Heavily influenced by surrealist art, his work radiates of walls with his highly imaginative imagery.

Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Monday, May 23, 2011
Aec and Waone make up the gifted muralists by the name Interesni Kazki.  Based in Ukraine, Kiev, this duos work incorporates many symbolic images referencing religion, spiritualism, and science fiction.  

The Urban Tree House

Juxtapoz // Sunday, May 22, 2011
Living off the grid, not paying rent, and building our own tree house in the middle of the forest has always been enticing. It would be better to wake up in the city, jump out of your tree house and get on the bus to work. Occupants may have to be experienced palm tree climbers to get street side.


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