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.

Another Mural From Sam3 in Valencia, Spain

Street Art // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Last week, Sam3 ventured to Valencia, Spain where he collaborated with resident muralist, Escif.  We figured the artist would create multiple murals while visiting or at least we were hoping. This one recently surfaced on the Internet and maybe more to come?  Very simple imagery.

"Espana" by Escif

Street Art // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
The thought provoking work of Spanish muralist, Escif is a constant reminder that public art can play an important role in uncensored communication. Escif’s work creates often comments on the political and social climate of Spain, this newest piece doing just that.

New Other Mural

Street Art // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Whether on a boxcar or a wall, Canadian artist, Other’s work evokes a feeling of calmness, comfort and freedom. He has been known to travel by train and his work is scattered sporadically around, not concentrated in a single city. This new mural of an abstract character is rich in color, detail, and creativity.  Always look forward to seeing new work from this artist.

Nuart 2012, It's On

Street Art // Wednesday, August 15, 2012
We love looking forward to a good bit of travel. Nuart 2012 is all set, and we are heading back out to Stavanger, Norway this year to take part in one of the world's premiere public art festivals. This year's lineup, including a little conference featuring Juxtapoz, will include Ron English, Saber, Hownosm, Eine, and others.

Public Toilets in New Zealand Resemble Sea Creatures

Street Art // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
In Wellington, New Zealand on the waterfront, architects from Studio Pacific have created public toilets resembling large headless sea creatures or maybe even dinosaurs. The “toilet sculptures” were designed to reflect the waterfront’s shipping history and to evoke “the crusty saltiness of the sea” in the harbor nearby. They have red steel armor plates and their long neck design created natural ventilation. An ambitious project considering each one of these structures contains only one bathroom.

"Beasts in the East" by Low Bros & DXTR

Street Art // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Members of the collective art group known as The Weird Crew, Qrk and Nerd from Low Bros and Dxtr collaborated on a mural on a massive curved wall for the Satta Outside Festival in Šventoji, Lithuania. The colorful piece shows two large characters each holding snakes painted in each of the artist’s noticeable styles.

New Never2501 in Italy

Street Art // Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Using small brushes to create abstract pieces with movement, Never 2501’s work can often be easy on the eyes. The Italian muralist recently painted this mural on a house in Petriolo, Italy.

Picnic Table Pyramids

Street Art // Monday, August 13, 2012
“We heard that our riverfront table pyramids cost $500 each to remove, yet they only took 4 teens 25 min to assemble sans equipment! Please stop wasting taxpayer dollars” a note addressed to park employees read at the top of the stack of 36 tables. Local city workers in Spokane, Washington have been finding these table pyramids in city parks and having a much more difficult time deconstructing them.

Conor Harrington @ See No Evil Festival, Bristol

Street Art // Monday, August 13, 2012
Entitled "The Duel Of Bristol", Conor Harrington’s newest mural is massive piece painted for the See No Evil Festival in Bristol. The mural shows two colonial dressed men fencing over a checkered floor in Harrington’s painterly style.

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