Goldfish Phone Booth Aquariums in Japan

Street Art // Friday, September 14, 2012
The goldfish has been a part of Japanese cultures for centuries and traditional games such as "Scooping Goldfish" are still played today. The collective group going by the name, Kingyobu aka Goldfish club, have been making aquariums out of phone booths for the past year and placing hundreds of goldfish inside.

"Dynamic Influences" by Never2501

Street Art // Thursday, September 13, 2012
Never2501’s newest piece entitled “"Dynamic Influences" is intended to incorporate and interact with the changing shadows throughout the day.

New Agostino Lacurci mural in Croatia

Street Art // Thursday, September 13, 2012
Rome-based multidisciplinary artist, Agostino Iacurci painted the following mural for the MUU street art festival in Zagreb, Croatia.

Andrew Schoultz mural progress in Los Angeles

Street Art // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
The highly talented painter and good friend of Juxtapoz, Andrew Schoutz, has been sweating in the Los Angeles heat as he paints the brick wall exterior of Mark Moore Gallery. Schoultz began painting the mural yesterday in what will be his first public art mural in Los Angeles. We will be following the progress and keep you updated as the mural develops.

Vhils recreates René Burri's iconic image of Che Guevara

Street Art // Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Participating in the Festival Images located in Vivey, Switzerland, Vhils, recreated an iconic portrait of Che Guevara taken by photographer René Burri in the 1960’s.

The Weird Disney

Street Art // Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Consisting of an eclectic roster of artists from various regions of Europe and beyond, The Weird, regularly organizes a majority of their members to collaborate on humorously themed productions.  Their newest effort is a play on Walt Disney, featuring numerous renditions of popular icons such as Daffy Duck, Whiney The Pooh, Goofy, Bambi, and more.

The Work of MTO

Street Art // Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Berlin-based artist, MTO, sent over photographs of two recent walls he painted in Rennes, France. We were unfamiliar with the artist’s work and pleasantly surprised while browsing through his portfolio. Attached is a video documenting the process of these newest walls.

Roof Spiders by Marlin Peterson

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Now more than ever you have an excuse to do something touristy like visiting the Seattle Space Needle. Your reason being, so you can catch a view of Marlin Peterson’s newest spider mural located on roof in close proximity. The mural was commissioned by the Washington State Parks commission and painted on the roof the Seattle State Armory.

Massive roof spiders by Marlin Peterson

Street Art // Monday, September 10, 2012
Now more than ever you have an excuse to do something touristy like visiting the Seattle Space Needle. Your reason being, so you can catch a view of Marlin Peterson’s newest spider mural located on roof in close proximity. The mural was commissioned by the Washington State Parks commission and painted on the roof the Seattle State Armory.

Phlegm in Turin, Italy

Street Art // Monday, September 10, 2012
Sheffield-based muralist and illustrator, Phlegm, has a way with finding and creating work on unpainted surfaces aka virgin spots.  His newest work painted on a brick surface is series of pod-like faces holding his signature characters. This mural was painted in conjunction with the Bunker Festival in Turin, Italy.

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