Video and photos: Know Hope "The Abstract And The Very Real"

Street Art // Sunday, September 01, 2013
This past month has been a busy one for Tel Aviv-based artist, Know Hope, who opened his exhibition “The Abstract and The Very Unreal” at Lazarides Rathbone Gallery in London. After his well received opening the artist visited the U.S., painting a number of new public pieces. We saw in person the thoughful provoking work he created in Atlanta for Living Walls. The artist later went on to paint several more walls for Wall Therapy in Rochester which we have pictures of right here. Also included is a video that gives some insight into the ideas, thoughts and inspirations for his exhibition at Lazarides. 

New Elian and Pastel murals in the Bronx

Street Art // Saturday, August 31, 2013
Elian and Pastel are two Argentinian artists we had the pleasure of meeting this year at Living Walls in Atlanta. These two close friends are a hilarious duo of laughs and good times. Both artists have very different esthetics to their work, but each work in the realm of minimalism and abstraction. After Atlanta, they made their way to the New York for the Los Muros Hablan Festival and dropped some major pieces at 138th Street and Grand Concourse in the South Bronx.

New Agostino Lacurci mural in Densers, Moscow

Street Art // Friday, August 30, 2013
We really enjoy the vibrantly colored figurative work of Italian muralist, Agostino Lacurci. After painting in Atlanta for Living Walls, the artist headed to Densers, Moscow for the LGZ Festival and created this beautiful new piece.

New Aryz mural in Cologne, Germany

Street Art // Friday, August 30, 2013
For this years City Leaks Festival in Cologne, Germany, Aryz used the entire facade of a building to paint a rose holding, top hat and bow tie wearing skeleton. The Spanish artist makes it look so easy, like a giant watercolor. 

Los Angeles close to ending decade-long mural moratorium

Street Art // Friday, August 30, 2013
On Wednesday, a 13-2 vote was made by the City Council setting the wheels in motion to lift a decade-long restriction on murals in Los Angeles. Since 2002, the mural moratorium had been enforced, which originally was intended to curb proliferating advertising. With the new rules that are expected to be finalized by the end of next week, artists will be required to register their project and pay a $60 fee. The mural will be restricted to industrial and business zones, excluding single-family residential homes and those that have any commercial messages.

MOMO in St. Louis with Re+Public

Street Art // Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Momo who was featured in our August printed issue is currently in St. Louis working with Re+Public on what the artists says is “ anaugmented reality mural, which will be the first of it’s kind.” The mural will debut during the Dancing in the Streets event on September 21, 2013. We will bring you more information closer to the realease date.

New work from Judith Supine in Brooklyn

Street Art // Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Some of the most intriguing and unique wheat-paste posters we have seen come from the hands of Brooklyn-based artist, Judith Supine. The artist has recently been spreading a few new works around the Brooklyn borough and they stand out immediately.

Fintan Mcgee new mural in London

Street Art // Tuesday, August 27, 2013
“Build and Destroy” is the title to Brisbane-based artist, Fintan Mcgee’s newest piece in London, UK. Two characters can be seen with conflicting approaches to progress. One holds a mallet in hand and the other sets a roof atop of a house.

Interesni Kazki advertisment in Mexico City

Street Art // Tuesday, August 27, 2013
AEC and WAONE do something a bit different from what you would expect and paint a traditional advertisement in Mexico City. Advertising there work at the local mural festival of course!

"Rebirth of a mongoloid" by Medo

Street Art // Tuesday, August 27, 2013
This character by Medo is dark, mysterious and slightly creepy. It certainly was not put there to comfort you. The title of this piece is "Rebirth of a mongoloid."


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