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.”

Banksy Announces "Better Out Than In," An Artists Residency on the Streets of NY

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Banksy's just announced via his website, an attempt to host an entire art show on the streets of New York! He had hinted at something happening last month with an announcement of sorts for "Better Ourt Than In" on his website. This afternoon his website URL has changed and a more detailed announcement has appeared giving us more information about "an artist's residency on the streets of New York" and what looks to be an exciting month of new work! An instagram account of the same name was just announced...coincidence?

Kashink roll down in Paris, France

Street Art // Monday, September 30, 2013
These eccentric looking, four-eyed uniquely dress individuals, were painted on this roll down by Parisian artist, Kashink. Serious bowl haircuts going on there.

Nychos for the Goodbye Monopol Festival

Street Art // Monday, September 30, 2013
It’s been a big year for the Austria-based painter, Nychos. The productive artist opened a number of successful exhibitions and painted walls around the globe, each one making a great deal of noise. This new mural in Luxemburg for the Goodbye Monopol Festival is another example of why he is gaining so much attention.

New Mural by Sixe in Moscow, Russia

Street Art // Friday, September 27, 2013
Barcelona-based artist, Sixe, was recently in Moscow, Russia for the LGZ Festival. The artist painted a towering mural, consisting of vibrant abstract forms and shapes.


Street Art // Friday, September 27, 2013
The image of four woman (one paddling) in a box is the subject of Spain-based artist, Hyruo’s newest painting. Over time, the artist’s work has increasingly become more minimalistic and mysterious, leaving viewers with unanswered questions of meaning. This new piece, like the last one, in Aries, France has great placement on a beautifully weathered wall.

Roti x Kislow for GogolFest

Street Art // Friday, September 27, 2013
Every year, Kiev, Ukraine holds a multidisciplinary international festival dubbed Gogolfest, named after the famed writer, Nikolai Gogol. Participating this time around is Parisian artist, Roti, and local Ukranian artist, Kislow, who collaborated on the following massive monochrome wall.

A horse and armadillo in San paulo

Street Art // Thursday, September 26, 2013
An armadillo the same size as a horse is a rare sight. Roa paints his animals to be larger than life, each with their own individual personalities. This scene photographed in San Paulo is great in so many ways!

Photos from the Bien Urbain Festival in Besanço, France

Street Art // Thursday, September 26, 2013
The Bien Urbain festival in Besanço, France began on September 5th and has since been bustling with an assortment of activities, which includes a number of artists painting walls. We have some photos of work from OX, 108, Akay, Erosie, Lucy McLauchlan, Tricyclique Dol and more. The various event for Bien Urbain continue through October 5th, 2013.

Sten Lex for CityLeaks in Cologne, Germany

Street Art // Thursday, September 26, 2013
Sten Lex covered the entire facade of this building in Cologne, Germany for the City Leaks Festival. The Italian duo painted an abstract monochrome piece, using their pasted-up poster cutout technique.  


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