New Zealand's Askew in Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 20, 2012
One of New Zealand’s most talented graffiti writers, Askew, is currently in sunny Los Angeles and cranked out this fantastic new wall titled ‘“Under The Influence.”

Hank O'Neal's XCIA Mural Project @ The Strand, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 19, 2012
New York City's biggest bookstore, The Strand—featuring 18 miles of books on four floors—undertook a street art happening outside its walls a couple weeks ago. The store agreed to let Toofly, Fumaro and Army of One paint three large murals about Hank O'Neal's XCIA street photography book, and incorporate 15 life-size stickers of the figure that is on the book's cover.

Interesni Kazki: New Wall in Baltimore

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 19, 2012
Participating in the Open Walls Baltimore Project, Interesni Kazki had the opportunity to paint an architecturally beautiful building used for adult day care and as usual used their talents to create a unique piece.

Sectioned Crocodile by Nychos

Street Art // Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Austrian-based dissection artist, Nychos, recently painted this lengthy sectioned crocodile with a skeleton in its intestines somewhere on a building in Vitry, France. His work is getting cleaner and more distinct with each new piece, a natural progression for someone who produces such a high volume of work. This mural is one of our favorite yet!

Blu in Morocco

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Our May 2012 Public Art special issue features a few works from Italian muralist Blu captured from our travels in Europe last year, and we just saw that the artist was in Morocco to paint a new mural near a border crossing in the North African nation. That appears to a European Union colorway on that wall, no?

"Que haya paz en la Tierra y que comience por mí" por Triangulo Dorado

Street Art // Monday, April 16, 2012
Despues de haber estado muy ocupado pintando varios murales en Buenos Aires, Triangulo Dorado termina otra obra titulada “Que haya paz en la tierra y que comience por mi”

Mark Jenkins at RVA Street Art Festival

Street Art // Monday, April 16, 2012
Beginning right after the G40 Art Summit, which brought numerous artists to Richmond, Va to paint a series of large-scale walls in a specific neighborhood comes the RVA Street Art Festival.  This time around artists such as Richard Colman, Ryan McGinness, Pose, Jeff Soto, Hense, Vizie and more created work outdoors with a busy line up of activities. A standout piece was this one by Mark Jenkins who created a wall with bodies shot into a giant bullseye.

Preview: May 2012 Public Art Special Issue (On Newsstands Now)

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 16, 2012
The May 2012 issue of Juxtapoz is our special examination on the state of Public Art in 2012. We have spent over a year discussing the topic of community sevice and Public Art programs with festival organizers, politicians in the US and abroad, and artists about their experiences developing Public Art initiatives and bodies of work, and how their experiences can be blueprints for other artists and cities to follow to better communities around the world. This issue is what we learned. Preview after the jump . . .

RVA Street Art Festival, Richmond, Va

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 13, 2012
The Richmond Virginia Street Art Festival is under way, now through Sunday, April 15, with more than a dozen national street artists creating an outdoor gallery along Richmond's James River Power Plant Building and Floodwall...

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.

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