Subverting Your Order

Street Art // Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Bizarre but refreshing new mural by street artist, Laguna.  A strange morphing of a bolt into a shell?  Check out the detail shots!

Isacc Cordal in Brussels

Street Art // Tuesday, December 27, 2011
London-based sculpture and photographer, Isaac Cordal created some new small cement figures for the streets of Brussels.

Small-Scale Worlds

Street Art // Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Spanish street artist, Xuan Alyfe has been busy over the last couple weeks creating several new miniature paintings, all packed full of intriguing details.

Rainbow Family Village in Taichung, Taiwan

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 26, 2011
A very cool public art center, the Rainbow Family Village, takes up a few city blocks in Taichung, Taiwan. From the photographer's research, the Rainbow village was painted by 92-year old Huang Yongfu, an original native of Hong Kong.

Mark Jenkins Tape Sculptures

Street Art // Saturday, December 24, 2011
Washington DC-based street artist, Mark Jenkins is known for placing various objects made from tape in the city landscape.  His ongoing series titled “The Storker Project” consists of placing plastic tape babies in abnormal locations and having appeared as far as Poland, Brazil Portugal, Italy, New York, and more.

Barbara Hepworth Statue Stolen by Metal Thieves

Street Art // Friday, December 23, 2011
As the prices of copper, lead, and bronze increase, public metal sculptures become victims of theft for quick money.  In London, a metal sculpture created by artist Barbara Hepworth was stolen from where it had stood for over 40 years.

NELIO x THTF Exhibition and Video

Street Art // Friday, December 23, 2011
Rue Camille Jordan Gallery in Lyon, France hosted a collaborative group show linking Nelio and THTF Collective together.  Utilizing both the inside and outside of the gallery, the aim was to build a homogeneous and uniformed idea around the same thought.  Using Geometrical designs, a variety of shapes, and a soothing color palette, for a nice all around display of work.

The First $100,000 John Baldessari Ever Made

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 23, 2011
In light of current economic standings, John Baldessari has created a 75 by 25 foot $100,000 bill. The $100,000 bill has a history that originates from the Great Depression, when 42,000 of the large bills were circulated as an attempt to relief economic hardship and resolve issues surrounding credit.

House of the Future

Street Art // Friday, December 23, 2011
In 1957, the House of the future opened at Disneyland, constructed completely out of plastic. This was a walk-through attraction that provided a glimpse of how future living may be. There were no traditional furniture styles or natural materials in the House of the Future. Everything was ultra-modern and entirely synthetic. It was torn down in 1967 and rumor has it that the wrecking ball just bounced off the exterior!

Live Nude Food in Barcelona

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 22, 2011
As a provocative form of performance art protest to denounce the consumption of meat, an animal-rights activist from the group "AnimaNaturalis" lies supine on a giant plate of food in the center of Barcelona, Spain.


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