Sun Spot Sculpture in Denver

Street Art // Friday, April 13, 2012
In association with the near future opening of the Denver Animal Shelter, comes a 20-foot stainless steel dog sculpture made of 90,000 dog tags.  Created by artists, Laura Haddad and Tom Drugan, the massive dog was commissioned with the help of the Denver Public Art Program.  View the video to see the process of it’s creation and installation.

"Miraflores - Latir Latino" by Triangulo Dorado

Street Art // Thursday, April 12, 2012
The painterly murals painted by Buenos Aires-based collective, Triangulo Dorado, are uniquely calm in mood with simplistic imagery.  This newest mural depicts a person lying in a multi-colored bed of flowers under an abstract sky.

Clemson Clay Nest

Street Art // Thursday, April 12, 2012
In 2005, Bavarian artist, Nils-Udo, created a giant Nest built of clay, bamboo stocks, and pine logs in the botanical gardens at Clemson University of South Carolina. The installation lasted for two years until the staff at the university determined the sculpturewas no longer safe and with consent from the artist was dismantled.

Sand Sculptures Exhibition at Tottori Dune

Street Art // Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Focusing on the theme of “Great Britain” in preparations for the London Olympic Games, a team of talented artists created a massive sand sculpture exhibition at the Sand Museum located in the Tottori Dunes of Japan.  Many of the sculptures represent themes such as Shakespeare and Sir Isaac Newton, English pubs, London taxis, and Big Ben and Westminster.

Deer Shaped Electricity Pylons

Street Art // Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Here is a unique concept that would put some life into the mundane electricity pylons we are all accustom to seeing.  The Moscow-based design firm, Design Depot, created these visual samples of what it would look like if the structures resembled a deer.  Most likely not cost efficient, but look more interesting than the standard design.

Cat Drawn in Chalk

Street Art // Tuesday, April 10, 2012
It’s obvious we love all things cats.  We don’t discriminate against dogs, however the feline image is more appealing to us.   This image of a cat was created by a 20-year old artist from Russia named Rustam Vallev.   Valley creates a variety of photo-realistic chalk renderings, however this is the one that caught our eye.

More from Never2501 in Richmond, Va

Street Art // Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Painting yet another wall while in Richmond, Va for the G40 Art Summit, Never2501 painted an oversized key using his signature snake-like lines with a touch of red.

Triangulo Dorado Installation

Street Art // Tuesday, April 10, 2012
The Buenos Aires-based collective known as, Triangulo Dorado, shared some photos from a recent exhibition where they created an onsite mural accompanied with a large amount of mixed media work.

Teaser: May 2012 Public Art Issue with ESPO, Swoon, El Mac, and JR

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 10, 2012
We are pleased to announce our very special May 2012 issue, a special examination on the state of public art today. We have published 4 special covers for the occasion, Steve Powers, JR, Swoon, and El Mac, as well as features with Nuart, FAME Festival, Swoon, Powers, JR, an essay by Ron English, and a conversation between Revok and Saber.

JR x Lui Bolin in NYC Video

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 10, 2012
With JR being one of four cover artists for our special May 2012 Public Art investigation and report, we look at the French photographer and public artist's project with famed Chinese artist Lui Bolin on the streets of NYC. Shot on Elizabeth Street in Manhattan, the video shows the bes of JR's work with the camouflage style of Bolin.

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