10,000 balloon sculpture by Jason Hackenwerth

Street Art // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
New York-based artist, Jason Hackenwerth, who uses balloons as his primary medium, recently created a 40-foot tall sculpture constructed of 40,000 balloons in just 6 days for the National Museum of Scotland. The piece is entitled “Pisces” is a complex spiral that opens into a seashell form and inspired by a double helix in which the artist says “It is the spiral in which all life is derived.”

"The discreet charm of the bourgeoisie" by Escif

Street Art // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Named “The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie”after ‘70s French Film, Escif newest wall in Valencia, Spain is of a topless three-boobed lady, like something out of the movie Total Recall.

New Mural by Conor Harrington in London

Street Art // Monday, April 15, 2013
The Irish painter and muralist, Conor Harrington, quickly painted this monochromatic, colonial style portrait in London, UK the other day. Great stuff as usual.

New Hybrid Bird illustrations by Liqen

Street Art // Monday, April 15, 2013
What does a watermelon mixed with a toucan looks like? How about a bird with a telephone for a body? This new series of highly imaginative illustrations by Spanish artist, Liqen are dedicated to birds and were drawn while in Ecuador. The difference with these particular feathered and winged creatures is Liqen has drawn their bodies mixed with fruits, manmade objects, and various other geometric shapes. These illustrations will be published in a book this summer and we will have more information about that in the future.

"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" by Kislow and WaOne

Street Art // Monday, April 15, 2013
Named after the classic science fiction novel “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea,” Kislow and Waone of Interesni Kazki, painted a stunning underwater themed mural in Fleury-les-Aubrais, France. The architecture of the building itself is strangely interesting and fits the theme of their work perfectly.

Herakut in Johannesburg, South Africa

Street Art // Sunday, April 14, 2013
The German artist duo, Herakut, are currently in Johannesburg, South Africa where they created this large in mural in conjunction with the City of Gold event. A portrait of a kid with a lions face over their head and the words "You Can Not Catch Me So Just Let Me Be" can be seen with this new wall.

Murals in Cambodia by Seth Globepainter

Street Art // Saturday, April 13, 2013
Seth Blobepainter is an exceptionally talented muralist based out of Cambodia. His work usually includes a young-looking character with South East Asian cultural influences and references.

Insa x Rone Animated Gif

Street Art // Friday, April 12, 2013
Insa and Rone combined talents on this wall in Melbourne to bring you an exceptionally awesome animated GIF! Click the image or Read More to view it in action.

Humpty Dumpty Comes to Life!

Street Art // Friday, April 12, 2013
Most of you should be familiar with the classic fairy tale story of the anthropomorphic egg Humpty Dumpty, his inevitable fall and the attempt by some knights to piece him back together. In part of the Uk’s biggest Easter egg hunt, the friendly-looking Humpty Dumpty was brought to life as a 4-foot chocolate hanging out on a wall at the Covent Garden in Central London. True to folklore, Mr. Humpty went down off the wall, smashing to pieces and cannot be put back together.

Kenny Sharf for "The Boneyard Project"

Street Art // Thursday, April 11, 2013
Last year, we went to the Tucson desert and shared what was happening with some disused Military airplanes and a number of international artists, it was certainly something we had never witnessed before. The Boneyard Project is an ambitious project conceived by Eric Firestone with the help of Carlo Mccormick and is still enlisting artists to paint aviation corpses. Kenny Sharf who is our cover story artist for our May 2012 printed issue was the most recent artist up to bat and this video shows some of the process behind his experience with these unusual canvases.

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