Zio Ziegler mural in San Francisco

Street Art // Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Local up and coming Bay Area artist, Zio Zeigler, painted a monstrous monochromatic character on a rather difficult to paint textured facade a few months back. The young artist’s mural is packed filled with detail, drawing influence from primitive paintings and sculptures. If you want to see this piece in person it can be seen on Mission Street, between 7th and 8th in San Francisco.

Remed paints new mural in Mexico City

Street Art // Tuesday, December 24, 2013
Remed used his own developed typography combined with bright colors for this new mural in Mexico City. The letters resemble ancient hieroglyphics with a modern twist to them. Painted entirely with spray paint.

video: Borondo - "Piedad"

Street Art // Sunday, December 22, 2013
Check out this new video of Spanish artist, Borondo, painting an abstract figurative mural with rollers in Rome, Italy. Entitled “Piedad,” the artist’s technique is not typical for muralists, but work very well in his favor.

"Edge of Time" drawing by Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Saturday, December 21, 2013
How much detail can be packed into a single drawing you ask? Your answer lies in this Ink drawing on paper by the Ukrainian super duo, Interesni Kazki. This piece is entitled “Edge of Time” and it takes a lot of time to soak it all in.

Roa paints large building for Bubblegum Festival

Street Art // Friday, December 20, 2013
Participating in the Bubblegum festival in Australia, the world traveling vagabond animal artist, ROA, painted this peculiar looking building with his monochrome animals alive and dead.

Before I Die...

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 20, 2013
Candy Chang, New Orleans artist, urban planner, and TED Senior Fellow, believes that, “Our public spaces are as profound as we allow them to be.” Passionate about personal well-being and shared life, Chang creates public art that prompts neighbors to think about and discuss their hopes and dreams.

"The Writer" by Escif

Street Art // Thursday, December 19, 2013
The image of police office writing a ticket or possibly his secret tag name was painted by Spanish artist, Escif, on his home turf of Valencia, Spain.

video: Inside the FAILE BÄST "Deluxx Fluxx" Arcade

Street Art // Thursday, December 19, 2013
During Art Basel one of the most talked about events and certainly one of our favorites was the Deluxx Fluxx arcade by Faile and Bast.  For this special pop-up event, these three artists re-programmed vintage arcade games and pinball machines into sculptural works of art, as well as created an  entire black light room with glowing posters and football tables to play. If you didn’t get a chance to see it in person, this video will give you some perspective on how the space was constructed and the ideas behind the installation.

An update with Pixel Pancho

Street Art // Thursday, December 19, 2013
Italy-based artist, Pixel Pancho, is currently in Juárez, Mexico where he has been creating a series of new pieces around town. Check out what Pancho has been up to in a city that only a few years ago had the highest reported murder rate in the world, but has since had significant improvements and crime reductions.

New Sam3 mural in Barcelona, Spain

Street Art // Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Sam3’s newest mural in Barcelona, Spain is of four trees with large silhouettes of faces created by the branches. This piece was painted somewhere off the Clot Metro line and shouldn’t be too hard to miss.

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