ARYZ in Detroit with Library Street Collective

Street Art // Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Last month, while we were in Detroit covering the huge Shepard Fairey mural and exhibition with Library Street Collective, another famed muralist, the great ARYZ, was working hard on a fantastic piece with the gallery right by the Fairey work. The former cover artist and Spanish artist put together a soldier-themed piece in his signature style. Joe Russo captured the process for us, and ARYZ gave us a few photos of the finished product. 

PARAL-LEL by ARYZ in Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Former Juxtapoz cover artist, ARYZ, will be opening his first solo gallery show in two years this month in Los Angeles. Opening April 25th, "Paral-lel," consists of a diverse divergent dynamism of work taking root with the mathematical notion in differential geometry where two parallel geodesic lines never meet in the same plane, but instead intersect at infinity.


Graffiti // Monday, September 22, 2014
Don’t you love it when an artist decides to hold nothing back and speak the truth about a particular scene? Spanish painter, muralist and cover artist of our January 2013 issue, Aryz does exactly that in this new video. The talented young artist offers a sincere perspective on the current muralist/street art circuit and outdoor Vs. indoor art practice.

ARYZ for Vilnius Street Art Festival‏‎, Lithuania

Street Art // Friday, September 19, 2014
We just got some shots from our friend Henrik Haven of ARYZ (January 2013 cover artist) working on a mural for the Vilnius Street Art Festival‏‎ in Lithuania. From the festival, "Aryz has incorporated Lithuanian words “Kaip Ne Žmogus”, meaning, 'not like human' into his mural. The phrase was written by the local graffiti artist on the wall before it was buffed by the council few years ago. Beautiful reference completing the concept of the mural as well as earning him a wide respect in Vilnius graffiti scene."

New murals by Aryz

Graffiti // Thursday, September 04, 2014
Former Juxtapoz cover artist, Aryz is a back once again painting large-scale murals in several cities. The Spanish artist recently completed a portrait of a woman in Aalborg, Denmark, a portrait of a couple in Granollers, Catalunya and collaborated on wall in Barcelona a few months back. 

ARYZ Mural in Lagos, Portugal

Street Art // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Former Juxtapoz cover artist, Spanish-based ARYZ, just completed another huge mural in Lagos, Portugal. The artist was invited by ARTURb to do the mural, which features a skeleton with some camera skills. After a few international trips for ARYZ this year, including India and Austria, we love seeing a return to a multi-storied mural to kick of the European mural summer program. (That isn't a real thing, but it should be.)

Aryz paints three fish on a boxtruck

Graffiti // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Barcelona-based muralist and illustrator, Aryz has been taking time away the last month from the massive wall projects his audience is accustomed to seeing and painted this box truck. The talented young artist composed three smoking fish accompanied with assorted of designs all within a frame. 

ARYZ in Linz, Austria

Street Art // Friday, April 04, 2014
Last month, former Juxtapoz cover artist, ARYZ, painted a new mural in the city of Linz, Austria. ARYZ was in Linz for this year's edition of of "Bubbledays." The wall is located at the industrial harbor part of the city, next to the River Danube. ARYZ calls the piece "Overprotection," and there is a nice video to accompany the piece... watch!

Aryz in Fort Kochi, India

Street Art // Friday, January 03, 2014
Located in the southern region of India, Fort Kochi is where Aryz has painted his “last piece of 2013.” The Spanish artist mentions this was a “Fast one,” painting one of distinct looking characters holding an axe. 

Aryz paints snake in Andavadoaka, Madagascar

Street Art // Friday, November 29, 2013
A shanty beachside bungalow in Andavadoaka, Madagascar got hooked up with a tie wearing green snake courtesy of Spanish muralist, Aryz. This could spawn some envy amongst the neighbors seeing as how everything surrounding this has a weathered grey wood look? It could also read as a very large “Beware!” sign.
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