Tellas and Ciredz mural in Sardinia, Italy

Street Art // Friday, January 11, 2013
Sardinia, Italy is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea and the geographical location of Italian multi-disciplinary artist, Tellas and Ciredz's newest mural. View some of the process photos of this abstract piece.

Dripping Building in Paris

Street Art // Friday, January 11, 2013
Back in November, an unknown artist made a dripping mess out of this building in Paris.

Phlegm paints mural in London with Giant new characters

Street Art // Thursday, January 10, 2013
Working with a new hybrid animal character debuting a few weeks back, Sheffield-based muralist and illustrator, Phlegm, has brought it out again, this time panting three. With a bird beak, rat-like tail and lengthy stick legs and arms, these creepy figures will have no trouble in courting attention from people passing by in London.

Photos from Remed's "EPIPHYSM" @ David Bloch Gallery

Street Art // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
"EPIPHYSM" refers to the third eye, aka the pineal gland, and is the title to Remed’s first solo exhibition in Africa at David Bloch Gallery in Casablanca. The Spanish artist filled the gallery with a diverse amount of work; most notable are the intricate metal sculptures and brithly colored vases, accompanied with a number of small and large paintings. The show runs through this weekend, January 12, 2013.

Surreal Paintings of women by Blo

Street Art // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
A selection of surreal paintings of women by Paris-based artist, Blo, of the Da Mental Vaporz Crew.

Wall and Other Drawings by Terry Haggerty

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
We got a little reminder this morning about the amazing wall drawings of Terry Haggerty, and although seeing them online does not do them justice, we compiled a nice grouping of both wall and fine art drawings to showcase the work. The London-born Haggerty lives and works in Berlin, and has shown extensively in Europe and the US, including works that we saw at the HAMMER in LA in 2007.

"Let Me Handle" by Jordan Seiler

Street Art // Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Jordan Seiler has an interesting take on advertisement takeover with his “Let me handle this” project. The artist revisited and took over the advertisement space of an old phone booth three times in New York, each time placing a photo of the last takeover. The result of nested images in each other created something of babushka doll effect.

“Flight of the Savior" illustration by Liqen

Street Art // Monday, January 07, 2013
A gifted illustrator and muralist, Liqen’s work is otherworldly, often filled with hybrid creatures that have primitive and futuristic characteristics.  The Spanish artist created this new painting using acrylic on canvas, titled “Flight of the Savior."

Hyuro piece in Cartagena, Spain

Street Art // Monday, January 07, 2013
Hyuro’s newest piece is located in Cartagena, Spain, on a structure that appears to have been abandoned for a significant amount of time.  The artist painted a character in stretched out across two sawhorses, possibly sleeping or planking? Planking may be stretch.

Video: Les Ballets de Faile @ New York City Ballet

Street Art // Monday, January 07, 2013
Brooklyn-based art collective, Faile, are the first to participate in the new “NYCB Art series” created by the New York City Ballet. Having been immersed with this project for months, the exhibition “Les Ballets de Faile” will be an impressive 40-foot tall tower installation inside the Lincoln Center. The tower will be on display from Jan. 15th – Feb. 24th, with special performances on Friday, Feb. 1st and Wednesday, May 29th, 2013.  

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