Kaleidoscopic Watertower in Brooklyn by Tom Fruin

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 06, 2012
We posted this photo by Robert Banat on our Instagram the other day and got a ton of response. Brooklyn-based artist, Tom Fruin, has built a 25' tall water tank created with 1,000 salvaged plexiglass pieces found around NYC. The piece is illuminated by natural light in day time, and during night a Ryan Holsopple ardunio-controlled light show goes off inside the work.

New Mural by Jesse Hazelip in venice

Street Art // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
In conjunction with the annual Venice Artwalk, painted on the exterior of the landmark Red Fort building built in 1922, artist Jesse Hazelip, created the following mural titled “Hearts of Oak.”  The artist’s mural depicts an oversized pig being chauffeured on chariot-like vessel by a bull, used as a metaphor for the excess and gluttony of Wall Street, and the suffering working class.

Black Cat Fire Extinguisher

Street Art // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Moscow-based artist, 0331c, used a fire extinguisher to paint the tail and a roller for the body, creating one puffy tailed cat.  This old lady appears to approve of the feline vandalism and want to pose for a photograph.

Dal in Cape Town, South Africa

Street Art // Tuesday, June 05, 2012
Chinese artist, Dal’s newest mural titled “Milestone” was painted in Guguletu Township, an area well known for its poverty and seediness.  Dal painted a lengthy bird-like airplane in his signature ribbon style.

Moneyless & Mark Lyken

Street Art // Monday, June 04, 2012
Artists Moneyless and Mark Lyken have been collaborating on various projects creating paintings, sculptures, and interventions in and around Glasgow, Scotland. In these particular pieces, combining Lyken’s abstract cosmic style with Moneyless’s detailed line work creates what could be portals to other dimensions.

Nychos in Brooklyn

Street Art // Monday, June 04, 2012
Vienna-based artist, Nychos, found his way to Brooklyn and painted the following mural in his signature style.  Dissection and separation of body parts as usual.

New Hyuro painting in Valencia

Street Art // Monday, June 04, 2012
Hyuro recently painted this tiger standing on a circular object with three people laying in it.  The artist created this on the corner of a building in the streets of Valencia, Spain, where you can find a large amount of her work.

C215 Goes big in Sete, France

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 04, 2012
Making his way to the small town of Sete, in southern France, C215 recently finished up a new mural much larger in size than we are accustomed to seeing. The artist stenciled a portrait of a man with vast amount of detail and there is also one of our favorite little cats hanging out below as well. The mural was painted to coincide with the K-live Festival.

Never2501 in Milan, Italy

Street Art // Sunday, June 03, 2012
Italian artist, Never2501, painted the following mural to coincide with the E.G.O Festival in Milan, Italy.  Wonderful detailed line work and movement.

The Bookyard: An Outdoor Public Library by Massimo Bartolini

Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 02, 2012
We love public art in any form, especially when it completely changes the landscape (for the better). We love bookstores and libraries, too, and to see this fantastic project, an outdoor public library called The Bookyard, just combines all the things we like. Massimo Bartolini, we say wonderful work. The public installation, made for the Belgian Art Festival, sits next to rows of grapevines.

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