An update with Shida

Street Art // Wednesday, October 16, 2013
The streets of New Zealand have been seeing a number of new large-scale works by Shida around, many in collaboration with Eno. Check out these six new walls from the Australian artist.

Stephen Colbert attempts to provoke Banksy and instead gets Hanksy

Street Art // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Bansky has done a remarkable job at grabbing the attention of everyone whether positive or negative. Publicists dream of such a client, but he has no need for them. Last week, Stephen Colbert of “The Colbert Report’ dedicated an entire section of his show hilariously provoking Banksy to create a custom piece on the wall outside of his studio in New York. A few days later, a bear with Colbert’s face on it (Stephen Colbear) appeared. The work was obviously not painted by Banksy, but instead Hanksy, a street artist who makes pun-influenced street art around New York. Colbert dedicated another segment of his show to the new “art” on his walls and it’s more than entertaining.

Conor Harrington @ Los Muros Hablan

Street Art // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Connor Harrington’s colonial violence has descended upon the streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico for the Los Muros Hablan Festival. "San Juan Fight Club II" is the name of Harrington’s new piece that depicts one man beating another with his fists.

XOOOOX "BEAUTY WILL COME, BEAUTY WILL GO…" @ Mead Carney Gallery, London

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Mead Carney is proud to present 'Beauty Will Come, Beauty Will Go…' an exhibition of new works by world renowned Berlin street artist XOOOOX. XOOOOX (pronounced ZOOKS) is regarded as one of the most exciting and innovative urban / street artists worldwide. Creating intricate stenciled works and installations on found objects such as wood, metal and stone in reference to Arte Povera, XOOOOX distinctly contrasts the glamour of fashion culture with existentialist themes such as vulnerability and transience.

Dan Witz's Mosh Pit Paintings

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Dan Witz is a unique artist in that both his work outside and inside translate very well, often being difficult for many artists. His photo-realistic paintings often have his audience questioning and second-guessing. Born in Chicago, Witz has been exhibiting his paintings for the better part of two decades.The following are few selections from his series “Mosh Pits.”

Jaz paints the Universidad De Puerto Rico

Street Art // Monday, October 14, 2013
Participating in the Los Muros Hablan Festival in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Argentinean muralist, Franco Fasoli aka Jaz, painted the following mural on the campus of Universidad De Puerto Rico. "Multiple Identidad" shows three large cats morphed with the body of a human, all painted in an ominous red on a black background.

Video: Aware - "The Wheel of Misfortune"

Street Art // Monday, October 14, 2013
Yeah, yeah, this was last year, but who can remember back that far? Unlike “The Wheel of Fortune” where you can participate and win big, Aware’s version “Wheel of Misfortune” can be more beneficial from a spectators view. A view from an airplane may by the best actually. Over the course of three days, Aware and his team painted this giant wheel at an old magnesium plant in Las Vegas and it’s the most colorful things for miles.  Play and your losing’s read as follow:  “Lose a home,” “Lose all hope,” and “Bankrob.” 

New Chalk drawing from philippe baudelocque

Street Art // Monday, October 14, 2013
A butterfly has been added to the repertoire of animals Parisian artist, Philippe Baudelocque, has chalked on this specific location in the Paris streets. Each outline of the butterfly’s wings are filled differently with intricate patterns, geometrical shapes and designs

"Latitude" by David De La Mano

Street Art // Friday, October 11, 2013
David De La Mano’s newest piece in Uruguay, is the imagery of a soup-like circle of silhouetted characters painted in monochrome.

Video: Banksy - When the streets get real and you might get taxed

Street Art // Friday, October 11, 2013
The most interesting thing to come out of the Bansky madness that has swept New York is when one of his pieces ends up in a notoriously dangerous Brooklyn neighborhood and locals start charging people to view it. What are the reasonable rate residents of East New York are charging to see this little beaver? $20 (£12.50). Apparently, the “entrepreneurs” attempted to chisel it off the wall and failed. “We tryin to get some bread, this is my hood. I could step on this s*** it don’t matter to me.” "It's worth more to you that this is here than to me. If you want to take a picture it's going to cost something or the s*** could just get broke.” Welcome to the streets of Brooklyn.  S*** just got real.

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