Kenny Scharf mural at Bowery and Houston

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 13, 2010
After the legal Barry McGee mural, then the Irak cover up and SACE tribute, the new Kenny Scharf mural on the corner of Bowery and Houston in NYC is now up... 

MAC paints new mural in Campeche, Mexico

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 09, 2010
Mac, a past Juxtapoz cover and recent interviewer of Kofie One for our October 2010 issue, just finished this mural in Campeche, Mexico for the Seres Queridos project. This particular portrait is of Manuel Lee Chang, known locally as "el Chino"(despite the fact that he's of Korean descent) with his Guacamaya (Macaw). More information after the jump . . .

Kenny Scharf replaces the Barry Mcgee, Dash Snow tribute at Houston and Bowery

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 29, 2010
We had been looking for pictures of the new Kenny Scharf mural at Houston and Bowery in Manhattan, the one that went over the Barry McGee and one-day Sacer tribute, and the good people of Curated (a great art and culture site in its own right), posted the best shots we have seen so far. So we thank them in advance on this early Monday morning. More pictures after the jump . . .

BLU to release DVD of animations, timelapses

Street Art // Saturday, November 27, 2010
This was a bit of good news this morning: one of the best animation and timelapse artists working today, BLU, will be releasing a DVD of said animations and timelapses in the coming days or months. (We can't confirm, so we just should just say "Coming Soon . . . "). See some of BLU's greatest hits after the jump . . .

El Mac x RETNA x Estevan Oriol LA Skid Row mural video

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 13, 2010
We reported on Mac, RETNA, and Estevan Oriol's Skid Low LA mural this past summer, but now the artists have posted a video on the project. Check the video after the jump.

Speaking of Blu, a new mural pops up in Rennes, France

Street Art // Thursday, November 11, 2010
After spending an earlier post this morning endorsing Italian artist Blu as the leading force in a new wave of a street work, we just saw that he completed a new mural in Rennes, France. More pictures after the jump . . .

An afternoon with Ericailcane in San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 09, 2010
This past Sunday, we spent the afternoon with Bologna based painter, illustrator, and muralist Ericailcane as he prepared his solo exhibition, "We Were Living In the Woods" at San Francisco's FIFTY24SF Gallery. Fresh off over 19 hours of travel, Erica went straight to work on some amazing wall paintings . . .

El Mac Singapore Video

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 18, 2010
El Mac (Juxtapoz #103) joins Viet Nam The World in Singapore and doesn't get taken away by Singaporean police for public artwork.

Artist Ordered to Paint Over King/Obama Mural

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 07, 2008
As we’ve long known, not everyone is a fan of public artwork, but this really blew our minds. Serge Toussaint, a Miami-based, Haitian muralist, has been forced to paint over a part of one of his murals that depicts Martin Luther King, Jr. and Barack Obama because of insufficient permits. But wait, Toussaint was commissioned to paint the piece- how does that work out? The Miami Herald reports that Toussaint was paid $3,000 by a city organization to paint the concrete poles of an I-95 underpass, employing the city's motif of blues skies and clouds. However, he also painted a mural depicting Martin Luther King Jr and Barack Obama on the highway wall. Instead of appreciating the extra effort Toussaint made, this created quite a controversy. Elaine Black, president of the Liberty City Community Revitalization Trust, said, "We did not pay Serge to do that...He decided to put that one up.” Two weeks after the mural was painted, an anonymous caller notified the Florida Department of Transportation, which ordered Toussaint to paint over Obama. Toussant reluctantly obeyed, but the FDOT also said that the picture of King might need to be removed as well, because it does not fit the original permit description. “It was the most hurtful thing in my life,” Toussaint says, recalling taking a can of white acrylic to his Obama. “I cry. I cry. My wife tells me it’s okay, but it hurts me that they made me paint it off.” The artist used white primer to cover Obama, and new callers have now accused him of "whitewashing" the presidential candidate. Talk about damned if you do, damned if you don’t! Read more at

Streetspace Mural

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 24, 2006
Klutch sent us a link to his pics of the Streetspace mural project in Columbus Ohio that was created on September 16th. Artists involved: Maya Hayuk, Buffmonster, Andrew Jeffery Wright, Cody Hudson, Craig Dransfield, Klutch, Thom Lessner, Rasko, Ali Calis, Stephanie Davidson.   {moscomment}
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