New Kislow Piece

Street Art // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
It’s been too long since any new work from Ukrainian street artist, Kislow, has graced our pupils.  Often painting surreal dream-like murals, this newest piece is more straightforward and looks to be in conjunction with a soccer event.

"Entropy" @ Magda Danysz Gallery

Street Art // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Lisbon-based, London-residing artist, Vhils, newest solo exhibition entitled “Entropy” opened last weekend at Magda Danysz Gallery in Paris. The artist is most recognized for his walls that are chiseled and layered portraits resembling excavated artifact. Expanding his practice, his new body of work explores portraits in a variety of techniques such as carved Styrofoam and wood, acid etched metal, laser cut posters, and ink and bleach on paper.

New Shepard Fairey x Obey Mural in Paris

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 25, 2012
Juxtapoz collaborator Butterfly was recently involved in organizing Shepard Fairey and the Obey team's new mural on a 14-story building in Paris, working with Galerie Itinerrance, Mairie of 13th district, and the local community on a project called Street Art 13, where they are taking world renowned artists to help regenerate the neighborhood.

Erica il Cane & Andreco in Morocco

Street Art // Sunday, June 24, 2012
Erica il Cane and Andreco recently collaborated in painting what looks to be mud houses with some occultish-looking imagery in the Saraha Desert of Morocco.

Kathy Klein's Danmalas

Street Art // Saturday, June 23, 2012
Based on the vedic sanskrit words d?n (the giver) and m?l? (garland of flowers), danmalas are the creations of artist, Kathy Klein, using an array of objects from the natural environment.

New M-City mural in Bologna, Italy

Street Art // Friday, June 22, 2012
Polish artist, Mariusz Waraz, aka M-City, has just completed this large mural in Bologna, Italy for an event titled “Frontier.”  This piece is another one of the artist’s mechanical/architectural visions, consisting of an immense amount of detail and a giant crank.

Phlegm In Bantry, Ireland

Street Art // Friday, June 22, 2012
Sheffield-based muralist, Phlegm, has been busy in the streets once again continuing to paint murals inspired by water related themes. These two newest pieces painted in West Cork, Ireland depict a salmon-submarine being navigated by the artist’s signature characters and a guy standing on top of a city that he could possibly be panning?

Life Swimmer by REMED

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 22, 2012
Remed has a way with mixing styles from past and present, and when he paints a mural there is no confusion to who is responsible. Not one to cover an entire wall in paint, his minimalist approach is just as effective. He recently created the following mural in San Benedetto, Italy using acrylic on concrete blocks. Be on the lookout for an upcoming feature with Remed in our printed magazine.

Discarded Plastic Bottles turned to Giant Fish Sculptures

Street Art // Thursday, June 21, 2012
Think how many large fish sculptures could be created out of one days worth of world consumption of plastic water bottles, it would be much larger than a school of fish.  In conjunction with the UN Conference of Sustainable Development (Rio+20) a number of illuminated fish sculptures were created from discarded plastic bottles in Rio De Janeiro.

The Sculpture work of Juan Muñoz

Street Art // Thursday, June 21, 2012
Working primarily with resin, paper mache, and bronze, Spanish sculptor, Juan Muñoz, has shown extensively internationally (including the Guggenheim Museum in New York and Tate Modern in London) creating public and gallery work.  He broke many of the traditional rules of sculpting when he began creating work in a “narrative” manner, consisting of creating smaller than life-size figures in an atmosphere of mutual interaction.

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