Kofie in Turin, Italy

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 19, 2012
Los Angeles-based draftsman, Kofie, recently completed this exceptionally large mural entitled "Futurino" for the Picturin Torino Festival in Turin, Italy. Kofie’s strong line work and geometrical shapes blends naturally into the architectural landscape. Definitely one of the biggest mural we have seen him paint yet.

New Kofie Mural for the Picturin Torino Festival

Street Art // Thursday, October 18, 2012
Los Angeles-based draftsman, Kofie, recently completed this exceptionally large mural entitled "Futurino" for the Picturin Torino Festival in Turin, Italy. Kofie’s strong line work and geometrical shapes blends naturally into the architectural landscape. Definitely one of the biggest mural we have seen him paint yet.

Video: ROA's Plane for the Boneyard Project

Street Art // Thursday, October 18, 2012
Earlier this year, Juxtapoz took a trip to Tucson, Arizona to document a number of international artists painting massive disused Military airplanes and cockpits for a project entitled The Boneyard Project. A variation of eclectic styles adorned each piece of aviation and an opening reception displaying the planes was held at the Pima Art and Space Museum. ROA’s plane was painted alone much after all the events and everyone had left, surely a tranquil desert experience for the artist.  

Barbara Kruger Buses for "Art Matters" in Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 18, 2012
The LA Fund and LAUSD have launched a public art project, “Art Matters,” in attempt to support funding for arts education in the Los Angeles school systems. Barbara Kruger (November 2010 cover artist), the conceptual/pop artist known for using black and white images overlaid with bold captions is working on the project.

Barbara Kruger buses in Los Angeles for "Art Matters"

Street Art // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The LA Fund and LAUSD have launched a public art project, “Art Matters,” in attempt to support funding for arts education in the Los Angeles school systems. Barbara Kruger, the conceptual/pop artist known for using black and white images overlaid with bold captions is working on the project.

New Shida murals in Brisbane, Australia

Street Art // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Australia-based street artist, Shida, has been busy, producing three new detailed walls in the streets of Brisbane. Unearthly and often abstract creatures hide amongst the natural shapes created by the artist.

"Heist of le golden eclair" by DXTR and CONE of The Weird

Street Art // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
DXTR and CONE both members of the mural collective, The Weird, recently collaborative on a mural project for the Hamilius Urban Art project in Luxemburg. The mural shows a range of animated characters from both artists, all attempting to heist a glass encased eclair.

Public Light Interventions by Armsrock

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
We have always loved the work of Danish artist, Armsrock, featuring him in the magazine when he was doing brilliant street works of everyday people in their normal everyday environments. We are a litlte late to the game on these, but the artist created these fantastic light interventions for his series "Markinger", where he projected engravings done with an etching needle on black Pani slide. The project was done at a train station in 2010 in Copenhagen.

LOS MURALS HABLAN FESTIVAL UPDATE

Street Art // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Los Murals Hablan translated in English to The Talking Walls, is in full swing in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The mural festival started on October 4, 2012 has brought international street artists Sego, Aryz, Jaz, Roa, Ever, Neuzz, and a hoard of local artists together to decorate local walls. Here are photos of some of the progress that has been made, including finished pieces from Roa and Jaz, with Aryz’s close to the finish line.

Never2501 Earthworks Piece

Street Art // Monday, October 15, 2012
Never 2501’s newest installation, which is significantly different from what we are accustomed to seeing him do, was created from all natural resources. The artist used dead trees, roots, and leaves, to create a massive body located in the Museo Archeologico "Paolo Giovio" in Como, Italy. The piece is entitled “"In Cammino Per Trasformarsi Nell'istante Presente" or  “Moving to transform into the present.”

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