Backyard Mural by ZED1

Street Art // Monday, August 20, 2012
While visiting Oslo, Norway for the Urban Samtidskunst event, Italian muralist, ZED1, created yet another mural, this time in someone’s backyard. This particular piece involves a collection of characters clipped and hung from clotheslines. And one big kiss!

Never2501, James Kalinda, and Centina Collaboration

Street Art // Sunday, August 19, 2012
Sitting and serving no real purpose, these old rusty tankers in Tuscany, Italy were finally made to good use as canvases. James Kalinda, Never2501, and Centina applied a variety of complementing styles in black and white, making a collage of dark imagery.

Nychos x Flying Fortress in Bristol and more

Street Art // Saturday, August 18, 2012
The See No Evil Festival in Bristol, UK has been seeing wonderful work from around the globe including this newest addition from Nychos and Flying Fortress.  The two collaborated on a huge mural showing a Jukebox character riding a winged skeleton monster. Love the usage of eyeballs as reins!  And a “brainy” Nychos letter piece was painted during this visit as well.

Aryz in Progress in Copenhagen

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 18, 2012
Aryz is currently in the process of adding color to some bare brick in Copenhagen, Denmark. The artist is participating in one of the many street art festivals going on around the globe, this one being the Galore Festival. From here, it looks like an image of a man getting choked by a woman, although it could be a passionate hug from behind? Completed mural coming soon!

Everything is Shit.....

Street Art // Friday, August 17, 2012
Because we are such admires of Steven Powers’ work in general, we thought we would share this little saying the artist painted a while back.  “Everything is Shit...Except your love.”  For one of us, this sentiment hits home, right now. It has been one of those months.

Aryz Mural in Progress

Street Art // Friday, August 17, 2012
Aryz is currently in the process of adding color to some bare brick in Copenhagen, Denmark. The artist is participating in one of the many street art festivals going on around the globe, this one being the Galore Festival.  From here, it looks like an image of a man getting choked by a woman, although it could be a passionate hug from behind?  Completed mural coming soon!

Feature: Moneyless, Documented in Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 17, 2012
When you are moneyless you have to be creative in your endeavors to make ends meet. Its fitting Teo "Moneyless" Pirisi is drawn to the cycle where two ends meet to create infinite symmetry …the perfect circle. Art movements also move in cycles and artists often move within circles.

Cat Mural in Hamburg, Germany

Street Art // Thursday, August 16, 2012
We recently stumbled on photographs of this massive cat mural located in Hamburg, Germany. The problem is, we do not know who is responsible for this work. After some significant time searching the web we came up empty handed. It looks like it has been a while since it was painted due to its muted colors and weathered look. Anyone know who the artist is?

"FAILE PARADISE IN YELLOW" Print

Street Art // Thursday, August 16, 2012
At a price of $1,750, no misprint there, this new limited to 20 Faile print could be yours. Influential to the street art scene, the Brooklyn-based art collective continually evolve in their practice and create new work in a variety of mediums on the street. Signed, stamped and numbered.

New M-City Mural @ See No Evil Festival

Street Art // Thursday, August 16, 2012
Just the logistics of planning a mural of this size is impressive. This one in particular, painted by M-City for the See No Evil Festival in Bristol, Uk, is exceptionally narrow in width, but lengthy in height making for odd shaped mural. The Poland-based artist painted in his distinct stencil style look, incorporating a futuristic machinery landscape under construction, with a portion being submerged underwater. You can also see faintly in the background Connor Harrington’s addition to the building as well.

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