"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. 

Ryan Mcginley's "Blue Falling" ON THE HIGH LINE BILLBOARD, NYC

Street Art // Thursday, April 04, 2013
Wait, is that an Apple Ad? The 25-by-75-foot billboard located in a parking lot next to the High Line Park in New York has hosted an all-star list of artists including Joel Sternfeld, John Baldessari, David Shrigley, Elad Lassry, Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari of Toilet Paper, and others since its inception in December 2011. Now photographer, Ryan Mcginley, joins this list as the most recent artist to have their work shown on the massive canvas. 

“Recolectores” by David De La Mano

Street Art // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Using only white buff paint, Spanish artist, David De La Mano, painted silhouetted figures over a layered wall of graffiti to create a very textural piece. This wall is entitled “recolectores” which in English translated to “collectors.”

Pasha 183 R.I.P.

Street Art // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
The 29-year old Russian street artist, Pasha 183, passed away Monday in Moscow. Widely known by many residents of Russia, his work was large in scale and often-contained strong political undertones. However, he once described himself as an “Anarchist,” not a political artist and held a strong distaste for advertising. In an interview posted on adme.ruhe said, “I wanted that work to carry the most important message ... that a person mustn’t sell himself.” “I made a chocolate bar that can’t be bought, using a giant panel of concrete.”

"The Future is Blight" @ LeBasse Projects

Street Art // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
Having recently taken an abandoned theme park in the desert of California and making it in to a gallery of their work, TrustCorp, is now moving indoors for an exhibition entitled “The Future Is Blight” that opens April 13 at LeBasee Projects in Los Angeles. Speaking on this exhibition, “Underneath the glossy veneer of tabloid magazines and Hollywood movies, the former middle class is struggling, families are facing poverty and America is slowly becoming a third world country. In the absence of any real help or solid solutions, there is hypocrisy, greed and hopelessness. Through our work, we hope to call attention to this reality, crack a few smiles and hopefully make some people think along the way."

Isaac Tin Wei Lin's "Another Dimension" @ Philadelphia International Airport

Street Art // Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Certainly not “Street Art,” but clearly in the public view considering it is on view for all those going and coming from somewhere at the Philadelphia International Airport. Local artist, Isaac T. Lin, has installed a series of peace-sign-slanging-felines, accompanied with framed art and his pattern-filled abstractions set as a background. The project entitled “Another Dimension” is currently on display in Terminal E and 3D glasses supposedly add even more visual enhancement to this particular installation.

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