M-City Wave Mural in Poland

Street Art // Friday, September 07, 2012
Working with the slanted architectural shape of the building, M-City painted a large breaking wave carrying and swallowing multiple cityscapes. This particular mural was painted for the Artloop 2012 in Sopot, Poland.

C215 mural in Vitry

Street Art // Friday, September 07, 2012
On occasion, C215 who is known for small meticulous stencils will super size his work into an actual wall sized mural. His most recent project in Vitry, France is exactly that, a large dismal portrait of a girl, surrounded by vibrant abstract shapes.

Os Gemeos and Aryz completed mural in Poland

Street Art // Thursday, September 06, 2012
Last week we posted photos of Aryz and Os Gemeos beginning a collaborative mural in Lodz, Poland for the Urban Forms Festival. This was the first time the three artists had worked on a wall together. While they have all spent a significant amount of time painting large walls on lifts around the world, expecting something magnificent was really not far fetched.

"Politician & Space" by AEC of Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Thursday, September 06, 2012
Ukrainian artist, AEC who makes up 50% of the muralist powerhouse, Interesni Kazki, recently painted this wood panel for a festival in Moscow.  The piece depicts a politician guiding a rocket into a cubed universe. Strange, surreal, and enigmatic as usual.

“Cobrizo Minero” mural by Escif

Street Art // Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Escif describes on his newest mural, “Tolentino and his brother refuse to move from their house and sell it to the mine that ate everything around them. It´s the only house left standing in the area. “Cobrizo Minero” is their home where they teach young children the importance of theater and identity. They are part of Cerro de Pasco cultural resistance.”

New Hyuro Mural in Besancon, France.

Street Art // Wednesday, September 05, 2012
After painting a controversial wall in Atlanta that courted international media attention, Hyuro is in Bencason, France participating in the Bien Urbain Festival.  The artist painted an old dilapidated wall, showing four women covered in sheepskin, performing ritualistic dancing around three wolves.

Cars Consumed by Grass

Street Art // Tuesday, September 04, 2012
These cars at CMP Block in Taiwan have been half buried and landscaped over. They should apply this idea to children’s parks, obviously not including any of the danger elements like glass. This idea has potential to be applied in numerous constructive ways, promoting recycling and reuse of automobiles.

The Weird Supper in Saarbruecken, Germany

Street Art // Tuesday, September 04, 2012
The creative collective comprising of a number of character-based artists known as The Weird, recently combined efforts in painting their own rendition of Leonardo da Vinci’s “The Last Supper.” The mural shows a variety of animated characters painted by the talents of Rookie, Dxtr, Nychos, Low Bros, Frau Isa, Look, Cone, Vidam, and Herr von Bias.

"Manifesto" mural by Escif

Street Art // Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Escif is constantly creating new and provocative street work in his hometown of Valencia, Spain. We often wonder what local residents of Valencia think of Escif’s murals, as it must be inescapable to not notice at this point. His newest piece entitled “Manifesto” shows a pantless bearded speaker at a podium from two angles.

LA's War On Street Art

Street Art // Monday, September 03, 2012
Simon Wilson of the LA Weekly wrote an in-depth and insightful article focusing on Los Angeles’s current legal approach to graffiti and street artists.  The article begins with Sight, a 30-year old artist from South Central, who was sentenced to eight years and four months in state prison for his the graffiti activities in 2006, one of the harshest sentences officials can recall in Los Angeles.


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