Tellas x Daniel Munoz

Street Art // Tuesday, August 06, 2013
This new collaboration wall between Tellas and Daniel Munoz is a curious peace of surreal imagery. Painted in Sardinia, Italy, the abstract shape was painted by Tellas, while Munoz lent his talents in painting a hoard of his characters piled atop of each other.

Wais mural in Moscow

Street Art // Tuesday, August 06, 2013
Wais’s work has always been associated with graffiti piecing more than anything, so when we saw the scale of this building along with the solid execution it made a  very strong impression. Abstract color designs for the win. Building owner hooked up!

Smithe paints a dizzying mural in Brooklyn

Street Art // Tuesday, August 06, 2013
Invited by the people at All City Canvas for their Global Series 2013, Mexico City artist, Smith painted a massive and highly detailed 200-foot long mural in the neighborhood of Bushwick in Brooklyn. We highly recommended if you are in BK to go view this in person, as the pictures do not do it justice!

Two new billboards by Ox in Paris

Street Art // Monday, August 05, 2013
Parisian public artist, Ox, recently took advantage of two vacant billboards, manipulating them both in distinctly different ways. One received the subtle addition of e extended water drips on the bottom, while the other was changed into a clock bearing the years date.

Phlegm in Warsaw, Poland

Street Art // Monday, August 05, 2013
The surreal reality that exists on Phlegm’s planet can be seen in this wonderful new monochromatic piece in Warsaw, Poland, painted in conjunction with the Street Art Doping Festival. The Sheffield-based artist made great use of the windows interacting with his own creation.

New Aryz mural in Oslo, Norway

Street Art // Sunday, August 04, 2013
Aryz’s newest contribution to public space is a massive mural in Oslo, Norway for the Oslo Triennial of Mural Art. This time around the young artist chose a powerful color palette to create a distinct mood, using hues of purple, beige, green, grey and pink. The mural shows a strong image of a man with a stick looking down at a small girl sitting on his lap. Impressive imagery considering it was created entirely with paint rollers.

Overunder on some rust in Atlanta

Street Art // Saturday, August 03, 2013
Overunder found himself a perfectly orange-red rusted wall for a canvas in Atlanta. The artist created a red skinned character with a pattern on his face lounging amongst the rubble. A book with a house popping out of it reads on the cover “Waiting for Ruins.”

Hyuro in Buenos Aires, Argentina,

Street Art // Friday, August 02, 2013
A group of women are seen carrying an overturned car in this new mural by Hyuro in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Seth x Kislow in Paris

Street Art // Friday, August 02, 2013
Kislow and Seth have once again combined forces to paint a thin but tall new piece in the streets of Paris. The tree with a face and the background are the handy work of Kislow, while Seth painted the characters with their backs to the viewer.

Stormie Mills in Richmond, Virginia

Street Art // Friday, August 02, 2013
The skinny limbed, bubbly-bodied characters of Australian artist, Stormie Mills, have invaded the streets of Richmond, Virginia for the Richmond Mural project. Dracula for best in show? We think so.

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