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.

"Jaque Mate" by Escif

Street Art // Thursday, April 11, 2013
Escif continues to comment with his art in the streets on the current economic situation and politics in his country of Spain. This new piece is entitled “ "Jaque Mate"  which means “Checkmate” in English.

Video: Phlegm @ Millenium Gallery

Street Art // Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Phlegm was invited by Millennium Gallery in his hometown of Sheffield to paint the balcony windows of their building. A video was mad documenting the creation of the illustration that was used as a blueprint for the window paintings.

New Work from Aris

Street Art // Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Aris based out of Italy has put up photos of some recent work that he painted on trains and some random metal object. His abstract and oddly shaped pieces are refreshingly different.

New Other mural in Chicago

Street Art // Monday, April 08, 2013
When we think of Other’s work we associate it with trains because it’s where we first saw his monikers and they have always stood out amongst the hoards of other doodles. This new piece by him in Chicago is not on a train, but is of a train. The Canadian artist beautifully painted an old steam engine towing a small log cabin and a multi-colored head in an undisclosed location.

"The Conquest Of The New World By Spanish Conquistadors" by Saner

Street Art // Monday, April 08, 2013
Finishing up over the weekend, Mexico City-based muralist and illustrator, Saner, left behind a visually stunning mural while in Fleury-les-Aubrais, France.  The artist painted a knight kissing a masked figure while stabbing them in the side with a knife. An assortment of purple and red foliage surrounds them to create an impressive setting.

New Wall by Tellas

Street Art // Sunday, April 07, 2013
This appears to be a relaxing little place by the water to get creative and to paint a piece. Italian multi-disciplinary artist, Tellas, made this spot look as if it was supposed to be there all along. 

The Yok x Sheryo at 5 Pointz

Street Art // Friday, April 05, 2013
Contributing to the ever changing walls of 5 Points in Long Island City, The Yok and Sheryo, painted the following new pieces. 

"los buenos, los malos, y los peores" by Laguna

Street Art // Friday, April 05, 2013
“Los buenos, los malos, y los peores” which in English translates to “The good, the bad, and the worst” is the title of Spanish street artist, Laguna’s newest wall. The artist painted a highly surreal and dreamlike portrait.

Unit44 x Canal Mills Present a new mural by Phlegm

Street Art // Friday, April 05, 2013
Sheffield-based illustrator and muralist, Phlegm’s most recent project is an indoor mural at Canal Mills, which serves as a multi-arts venue in Leeds, England. The permanent piece is a living visual narrative that incorporates the historic elements of the Canal Mills. The artist’s signature characters are once again seen working on some sort of elaborate not-of-this-world machinery that is made up of a number of planets. 

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