2 New Escif Walls

Street Art // Thursday, July 26, 2012
Escif has been lurking the streets of Italy where he has created two new pieces, one in Naples and the other in Gaeta. The first piece is titled “Before / After” and the other “I Will Be Back Soon.”

Nychos Mural in London

Street Art // Thursday, July 26, 2012
The band Turbogeist played a show in London and Vienna-based artist, Nychos, came out to paint this awesome mural for the performance. Beautiful!

Conor Harrington in Vardø, Norway Continued...

Street Art // Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Last week we posted a mural that UK-based artist, Conor Harrington, had painted for Komafest Festival in Vardø, Norway.  This week brings us additional mural work from Harrington, showing two colonial swordsman fencing or dueling painted in the artists signature style and technique.

"Cod Is Great" by Steven Powers

Street Art // Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Steven Powers painted the phrase “Cod is Great” in close proximity to his other recent mural “Eternal Light and/or Eternal Night” in Vardø, Norway for Komafest. Both murals were painted on what looks to be docks for fisherman boats, which would explain the witty pun exchanging “Cod” for “God.”

Kofie in the Netherlands

Street Art // Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Last month, Los Angeles-based draftsman, Kofie, participated in the “Step in the Arena” event that was held in Eindhoven, Netherlands.  Curated by Chas of LoveLetters crew, over 250 local and international graffiti artists came through to display their talents. Kofie collaborated with various artists on a number of murals, painting his distinct geometrical lines and forms associated with his style, instantly recognizable.

Never2501 Truck in Paris

Street Art // Monday, July 23, 2012
Italian muralist, Never2501, did an outstanding job bringing life to this moving blank canvas in Paris, France. Painted in part of the ParisFreeWalls Project, the artist applied a multitude of curved lines to create his abstract characters, used minimal color and left a large area creating some complimentary negative space.

"LOS MERCADOS NOS DAN LA BIENVENIDA" by Escif

Street Art // Monday, July 23, 2012
Escif’s politically conscious and thought provoking street work continually makes a strong impression on us. Unlike the majority of artists creating work in the public for “fame” purposes, Escif attempts to bring awareness to many of the current political and social issues of Spain.  This newest piece is entitled “Los Mercados Nos Dan La Bienvenida” translated to “Markets Welcome Us.”

Home Future Visions

Street Art // Sunday, July 22, 2012
This is a highly abstract and geometrical painting of the future by artist, Home. Do you see foresee the future this way or have you not indulged in enough hallucinogens to be on that level?

Dr Lakra Mural @ Museum of Contemporary Art Oaxaca

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 21, 2012
Dr. Lakra, cover of our August 2010 issue, was just invited by and completed a site-specific mural at the Museum of Contemporary Art Oaxaca, Mexico. Our colleagues at Juxtapoz Latin America tell us that the piece tells the story of a shooting and residual effects that the shooting has on the characters in the mural.

Saner Mural for the Callegenera Festival

Street Art // Friday, July 20, 2012
Saner sent over some process and completed photos of a mural he painted in Monterrey, México for the Callegenera Festival. The murals concept was based around the current Mexico presidential elections. Corruption and transparency have been a major problem, as well as bribes and bought votes. Saner spoke about this particular mural, “The idea was to paint people into government service, at the end we are only a small part of the banquet.”

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