Joe Strummer Memorial Mural

Street Art // Thursday, May 23, 2013
It’s a slow day on the streets today, so we are going to bring it back to this Joe Stummer memorial mural painted in 2003 by legendary graffiti writers, Dr. Revolt and Zephyr, in New York. “The Future is Unwritten” / “Know Your Right!” The mural has been repainted a number of times due to deterioration and defacement, but it looks better than ever here.  

New Mural by Never2501in Baltimore

Street Art // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Italian street artist, Never 2501, recently completed this large circular piece on a massive brick façade for the Articulate Baltimore Festival. Around 1/3 of the circle is blacked out, where the rest has the artist’s abstract designs incorporated within.

Kent Twitchell

Street Art // Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Arriving in Los Angeles in 1968, Kent Twitchell’s impact on the mural movement was considerable. Many of his realism murals can still be seen around Los Angeles, although many fell victim to graffiti and weather deterioration over the last 15 years. Chances are you have seen some of these murals but never realized who was responsible. In 2008, Twitchell settled a lawsuit against 12 defendants and the U.S. Government for painting over a 70 –foot-tall landmark mural he had painted of Edward Ruscha.

Ghost Car

Street Art // Tuesday, August 02, 2011
Built in 1939 and made almost entirely from plexiglass, the Pontiac Deluxe Six “Ghost Car” is a rare beast for the road.  Recently sold in an auction, hopefully this unique car can be used for some kind of no clothes style, driving photo shoot.

Merida Factory Youth Movement

Street Art // Thursday, July 07, 2011
Built by architectural firm Selgas Cano in Merida Spain, Merida Factory Youth Movement, is an all-encompassing fun zone for kids and young adults.  Completed this year, the project includes a skatepark, concert hall, rock climbing, theatre, ballroom, and even broadband Internet.  The entire building is covered under a large thermal canopy, allowing use in all weather conditions.  Open to anyone and beautifully designed.

Keith Haring: 1978-1982 at CAC in Cincinnati

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 08, 2011
The Contemporary Arts Center (CAC) in Cincinnati, Ohio is set to open a groundbreaking exhibition of Keith Haring's early works, titled Keith Haring: 1978—1982. The exhibition. The show chronicles the Haring's arrival in New York City from his native Pennsylvania and his immersion in New York’s dynamic downtown culture. Images from the era after the jump . . .

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