"Infinitud Del Universo" by Faith 47

Street Art // Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Participating in the Muas Malaga Urban Art Festival in Malaga, Spain, South African artist, Faith 47, painted the towering image of a woman accompanied with the words "Infinitud Del Universo." 

3ttman @ Relazioni Festival

Street Art // Tuesday, October 22, 2013
3TTMAN has been experimenting with an alternative process to creating murals in which he lays cement down and then drawing his outline directly into the cement while wet. After it dries, he paints the surface creating a textured piece with extra depth. This new brightly colored piece was created for the Relazioni Festival in Rosarno, Italy.

The Art of Robin Rhode

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 22, 2013
South African artist Robin Rhode embraces a variety of media from photography to drawing, animation, performance and sculpture. Using simple, ephemeral devices, the Berlin-based artist often works in public spaces, using walls or just the street as his canvas. Rhodes transforms simple shapes into elements of narratives, interacting with only an imagined presence.

"Zero Infinito" by Agostino Larcuci

Street Art // Monday, October 21, 2013
Painted in Rome, Italy and organized by Wunderkammern, “Zero Infinto” is the newest mural painted by artist Agostino Lacurci. In the painting, two of the artist’s signature characters are climbing up and down on a ladder that resembles the infinite symbol. Both characters mirror each other if flipped around making a perfect balance in this piece.

Phlegm @ Empty Walls Festival

Street Art // Monday, October 21, 2013
Participating in the Empty Walls Festival in Cardiff, Wales, Sheffiled-based artist, Phlegm painted the symbolic image of a Welsh Dragon in monochrome. The dragon is interestingly placed across four varying and was organized by modern Alchemists.

Cone The Weird

Street Art // Monday, October 21, 2013
This is Cone’s contribution to a large wall that the Weird painted in part of “Goodbye Monopol 2” in Luxemburg. The artist went with a “screens theme,” which most of us can relate to whether as a participant or as an observation.

Banksy "Better Out Than In" Day 12—21 Recap

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 21, 2013
Since the last time we posted about Banksy's month long street residency in NYC, Better Out Than In, we have witnessed a few pieces going up in NYC (or at least part of the masses going to see the pieces) and see the backlash of a certain Mayor Bloomberg making his comments about "urban decay." Banksy has given us a confessional, Ronald McDonald's wage reenactment, a Central Park painting sale, a pop-up outdoor show with Os Gemeos under the High Line, and of course, trying to staying Ghetto 4 Life. 

Herbert Baglione x Never 2501 in San Paulo, Brazil

Street Art // Sunday, October 20, 2013
Here is an excellent combination of monochromatic styles that compliment each other well. Herbert Baglione and Never 2501 have put new work in the streets of San Paulo, Brazil together and the rresults are very pleasing to look at.

Aryz has gone fishing...

Street Art // Saturday, October 19, 2013
The local fisherman in Andavadoaka, Madagasca have some of the most stylish masts ever thanks to Aryz (our January 2013 cover artist). The Spanish artist has been expanding his repertoire of canvases to float over the ocean.  Did you see his other mast?

Opening: "Brutal" by Lazarides Gallery @ 180 The Strand

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 18, 2013
Lazarides Gallery in London is keeping up the tradition of off-site exhibitions during the Frieze Art Week, and this year its Brutal that is being presented. Lazarides and The Vinyl Factory present an exhibition of original artwork over a sprawling creative space in central London. Within theme BRUTAL, 16 artists created a mixture of installation, murals, film, animation, sound and dance interventions in a cavernous space below 180 The Strand.


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