"Internal parts" by Phlegm

Street Art // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Phelgm knocks out yet another wall in his hometown of Sheffield. This time around there are no characters, just some obscure mechanical parts with a small triangle at the center of the piece.

Sand Sculpture Festival in North Somerset, England

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
There is nothing quite as much fun as playing on the beach, especially if sand castles are involved. We can attest to the fact that this enjoyment does not dissipate as we grow up and become "adults." It seems as though some "adults" have taken over the beaches of Weston in North Somerset England recently for the Sand Sculpture Festival. This year's theme was Hollywood and it resulted in some Hitchcock, Harry Potter, E.T., and Pirates of the Caribbean magic!

Supersex -Vol.2 from Broken Fingaz

Street Art // Monday, June 10, 2013
The first installment of “Supersex” from Broken Fingaz was a mural of a skeleton riding a motorcycle having sex with a lady. Now the Tel Aviv-based artists have painted another installment in East London, this time a panda has made his way into the picture doing animalistic thing to a pretty lady. Yep, another silly mural.

Dal East at Upfest 2013

Street Art // Monday, June 10, 2013
"Seven To Eight"is the title for Chinese artist, Dal East’s newest work painted in Bristol for the Upfest 2013. A series of the artist’s signature characters are running and flying in a circle on the side of a building.

Video: Mark Lyken and Moneyless - The Canals Project

Street Art // Sunday, June 09, 2013
The pairing of Moneyless’s geometric minimalist designs, with Mark Lyken’s abstract color fields is a winning combination. The two recently collaborated on a wall in Hackney, London for “The Canals Project.” The project will bring a number of artists to created art along the East London’s canal system with notable names confirmed such as Interesni Kazki, Remed, and Ekta.

New Wheatpastes by Phillipe Herard

Street Art // Friday, June 07, 2013
A series of characters interacting with a chair in bizarre ways can be seen in these new wheat pastes by Parisian artist, Phillipe Herard.

Xuan Alyfe @ Poliniza Festival

Street Art // Friday, June 07, 2013
We have always known Xuan Alyfe’s work to be extra small in scale, really tiny murals with lots of details and a bunch of trippy elements. So we were surprised when we saw he painted a large mural for the Poliniza Festival in Valencia, Spain, but certainly no disappointed. All the wonderful little nuances of his work are embedded in this new mural; it’s just been super sized.

MC Escher-inspired "Endless Stair" @ St. Paul's Cathedral, London

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 07, 2013
To mark the London Design Festival 2013, de Rijke Marsh Morgan Architects (dRMM) designed the MC Escher-inspired wooden staircase rightly titled Endless Stair. Visitors will be able to walk around the 20 interlocking staircases constructed of tulipwood. One of the architects, Alex de Rijke described the staircases as "a three-dimensional exercise in composition, structure and scale and as both a marker and a meeting place." 

New Big Cat drawing from Philippe Beaudelocque

Street Art // Thursday, June 06, 2013
Using the very impermanent chalk as his medium, Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque drew up this unidentifiable big cat filled with intricate designs and patterns.

Okuda in Detroit

Street Art // Thursday, June 06, 2013
San Miguel Okuda aka Okuda is a Madrid-based multi-disciplinary artist who occasionally paints outdoors and does so exceptional well. This brick wall in Detroit recently acquired a highly surreal, vibrantly colored piece from the artist.

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