"ENTROPIA" by Escif

Street Art // Friday, May 18, 2012
When you need an artist to paint a building without ruining it’s integrity who you gonna call?  Escif, duhhh. The Spanish artists newest mural is entitled “Entropia” and it’s all the adjectives used to describe something that is of upmost quality. Located on the coast of the Alboran Sea in Melilla, Morocco.

Aryz & Saner in Mexico City

Street Art // Thursday, May 17, 2012
Two of our favorite street artists who have both been featured in our printed magazine, Aryz and Saner, collaborated on a new wall in the streets of Mexico City.  Aryz was visiting Mexico for the All City Canvas Project and due to equipment problems was unable to finish a massive mural he was working on.  The combination of styles compliment each other well on this particular wall.

Alice Anderson's Doll Hair Installations

Street Art // Thursday, May 17, 2012
Using doll hair as her primary medium, preferably red hair, Alice Anderson creates installations with reference to her own isolated childhood and mother/daughter relations.   Her work has been shown internationally, with multiple publications printed of her work.

New Laguna Painting

Street Art // Thursday, May 17, 2012
Here is a beautiful surreal panting in an abandoned building in Chiang Mai by artist, Laguna.

More Murals Get the Buff in Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 17, 2012
A delayed mural ordinance is creating confusion and frustration amongst artists, and building owners in Los Angeles. A recent wall painted by Zes, Push, Chris Brand, and Evan Skrederstu was painted over to serve as a backdrop for a production company, while another wall painted by Sand, Vyal, and Cope2 was buffed out by orders of the LAPD saying it was illegal to have a mural or graffiti piece on their property.

More Mural Buffing in Los Angeles

Street Art // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
A delayed mural ordinance is creating confusion and frustration amongst artists, and building owners in Los Angeles.  A recent wall painted by Zes, Push, Chris Brand, and Evan Skrederstu was painted over to serve as a backdrop for a production company, while another wall painted by Sand, Vyal, and Cope2 was buffed out by orders of the LAPD saying it was illegal to have a mural or graffiti piece on their property.

Nychos x Shida

Street Art // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Australia-based street artist, Shida, recently visited Austria where he collaborated with local heavyweight Nychos.  The two different styles compliment each other well on this underpass wall.  It has been a while since we have seen Nychos not dissect and separate his character into pieces.

New Mural and Video from Blo & Jaw

Street Art // Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Members of the French artist collective known as Da Mental Vaporz, Blo and Jaw, recently collaborated on the following collage style mural in Melbourne, Australia.  Looking good!

La Pandilla in Mexico City

Street Art // Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Alexis Diaz and Juan Fernandez who work under the name, La Pandilla, were recently in Mexico City painting the following mural.   The two artists used small brushes and Chinese ink to paint the highly detailed features for closer viewing.

"My Family Dead" by Adrián Villar Rojas

Street Art // Tuesday, May 15, 2012
In 2009, Argentina-based sculptor, Adrián Villar Rojas, created a life-size blue whale deep in the woods of Ushuaia, Argentina.  The 31-year-old artist used wood, rocks, and clay to create this behemoth of piece.  Wonder if the whale was left to reclaimed by the earth?

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