Pow Wow Hawaii

Street Art // Thursday, May 12, 2011
In an attempt to help push and build the local artistic community in Hawaii, Pow Wow was created.  This event held in Hawaii showcased creative talents from all over and this video highlights 3 artists involved Will Barras, Yue Wu, and Suitman.  Nicely shot, with an upbeat soundtrack.  Check it out.  

New Kofie and El Mac Mural

Street Art // Thursday, May 12, 2011
Kofie and El Mac just completed their 4th collaborative mural at 33third Store in Los Angeles. The two artists Painted the wall in conjunction with the Pasadena Museum of California Art's 'Street Cred' Exhibition opening this Sunday. A number of artists particpating in the "Street Cred" exhibit will also be painting various walls at 33third Store.The combination of these two painters seems to always produce nothing short of extraordinary results.

For The Kids

Street Art // Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Parent pleaser Bue's murals are making kids smile as we speak.  This designer and muralist has traveled extensively spreading his exuberantly happy characters wherever he roams.  Bue, along with An Oost, have also developed a children's clothing line named Toykyo Kids.  How can anyone hate?  

Philly Skyline

Street Art // Wednesday, May 11, 2011
What a nice view to start your morning right?  We are only presuming this was taken in the morning by how the light is beautifully hitting the buildings and accentuating Steven Powers murals.  We like it, but due to reblogging and lack of credit, we don’t know who took it.  Do you?  

Strange Fables

Street Art // Wednesday, May 11, 2011
    Tomorrow night, Couture Gallery in Stockholm is hosting a group show titled Strange Fables.  The show features six artists from around the world who are all multi-disciplinary street artists.  In their own words, "All of the artists are subconscious cultural historians and story-tellers: capturing the state of today's inner and outer global, contemporary culture.  The result is a collection from a generation of drifters whose identities are created by filtering their multitude of influences - from pop culture to individual adventures -  into something both surreal and extraordinary.  Artists to be featured in the show are Herakut, Ruskig, Ångest, Other, Labrona, and Saddo.    

Meggs

Street Art // Wednesday, May 11, 2011
  David Hooke, aka Meggs, is a designer, painter, and street artist who works in a variety of mediums.   This multi talented artist resides in Melbourne, Australia and is also a member of the Everfresh Studio.  Formally trained as a graphic designer, Meggs began doing work in the streets in the early 2000's. We are speculating based on his work that he spent numerous hours buried in between pages of comic books as a child.  

BLU and ERICAILCANE in Bologna

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Italian muralists and collaborators, Blu and Ericailcane, just finished another great collaborative piece in Erica's hometown of Bologna, Italy. Ericailcane, the cover artist of our subscriber cover in March 2010, adds his signature animals while Blu adds a cage and added elements.

From Street Art: Abandoned Oddities in Former Yugoslavia

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 11, 2011
In the late 1960s and early '70s, former Yugoslavian president Josip Broz Tito commissioned a range of sculptors and architects to create the following powerful monuments, constructed in honor of WWII battles and where concentration camps once existed.

Let Your Hair Down

Street Art // Tuesday, May 10, 2011
The wall on the side of 1AM gallery in San Francisco just received a make over from Vogue TDK.  Vogue has been painting Bay Area walls for over two decades but rarely do we see this type of work from him.  Hopefully, this painting of a seductive woman with voluptuous long hair calms the occupants of this known crime ridden neighborhood.

Palais Bulles

Street Art // Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Palais Bulles (bubbles palace) is a residence near the Cannes and is surely an amazing masterpiece of modern architecture. This location was designed by architect Antti Lovag and built by Pierre Cardin in 1989. Antti Lovag spoke of architecture as a “form of play- spontaneous, joyful, full of surprise.”  We can only image the amount of partying and interesting guests this place has hosted over the years.

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