Video: YUL project in Montreal

Street Art // Friday, October 04, 2013
In collaboration with LNDMRK and Saint-Louis communication, the YUL project was organized. The concept was to bring four international artists together, to create work to be sold during a silent auction benefiting the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation for sick children. The four artists included Faith 47, Jasper Wong, Omen and Ricardo Cavolo, all traveled to Montreal, Canada and painted on a large 800 square foot wall that was dismounted in smaller pieces. This new video further explains the project and the artist viewpoints.

Banksy "Better Out Than In" Days 1—4 Recap

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 04, 2013
As it appears that Banksy will indeed be dropping a new street piece everyday in NYC for the month of October, we are going to start keeping up with the posts each week in a Better Out Than In recap. Unless of course he does the Houston and Bowery wall in the middle of the night, or does something on the Empire State Building... 

Pablo S. Herrero x E1000 in Salamanca, Spain

Street Art // Thursday, October 03, 2013
Pablo S. Herrero and E1000 have taken to the streets of Salamanca, Spain, collaborating on several new pieces.  This joint effort comes as know surprise; both create minimalist imagery and have simplistic approaches. Check out some of their new pieces, Herrero’s silhouettes combined with E1000 vibrant color ways.

Double Whole Car Painting by Aware

Street Art // Thursday, October 03, 2013
What do gasoline, a Zippo and a Molotov all have in common? Something destructive no doubt. Aware takes two whole train cars and paints an epic scene.

New Work from Bast

Street Art // Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Someone you don’t hear about much and that’s because he stays way below the radar is New York-based artist, Bast. Attention or none, it does not matter to him. He is constantly churning out new work in the studio and recently created an Instagram account where some new work has been getting posted. All this new work reminds us why he’s one of our favorites still.

Tone @ Fundacja Urban Forms Festival

Street Art // Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Participating in the Fundacja Urban Forms Festival in Lodz, Poland, Robert Proch aka Tone, recently completed the following off the wall mural. Could it be an augmented emotional reality or some sort of matrix? Impressive imagery from the Poland-based multidisciplinary artist.

New mural by Shida x Two One in Hong Kong

Street Art // Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Using rock climbing equipment and dangling on the side of a towering building, Shida and Two One painted the following piece for Neon Golden in Hong Kong. It is an impressive accomplishment considering with a lift you can move back to get perspective on what you’re painting and also the fact that you are held up by some ropes! Not many would be able stomach painting under the conditions. 

Paper Sculptures by Nick Georgiou

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Inspired by our culture shifting from print consumption to digital media, Nick Georgiu creates sculptures from his local Tucson Newspaper, often placing them in public settings.

"Abiding in the broken heart" by Daleast

Street Art // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Daleast painted a giant bird with a hoard of smaller birds stretching across a beautiful building for the Maus Málaga Festival in Spain. The artist made great use of the architecture with his placement of birds in flight including their shadows.

Video: "From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes" by Alex Chinneck

Street Art // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
What does a melting house and bending bricks have in common? Alex Chinneck. The London-based artist and designer creates a variety of pain staking, cleverly engineered objects and installations. His most recent endeavor From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes is the unexpected sight of a buildings brick façade melting, with its top exposed to show its abandoned interior. It’s a spectacle to see and that’s what Chinneck is hoping,“Cliftonville is a very poor area referred to as being ‘up the hill’, and the culture and the arrival of artists hasn’t quite reached up the hill yet. I was drawn to Cliftonville because it’s an area where the culture hasn’t reached and I think public art too often forgets its responsibility to the public.”

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