Nuxuno Xän in Fort De France, Martinique

Street Art // Friday, June 14, 2013
Nuxono Xän’s portrait of a man picking at his Afro (Which as you can see is a tree behind the wall) is a clever method to using other elements in the environment besides just the wall itself. Now what happens in winter when all those leaves fall? 

Zadok Ben-David's Field of Painted Metal Flowers

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 14, 2013
London-based artist Zadok Ben-David is and avid sculptor, his installations and pieces appear in locations all over the world. This particular travelling installation, entitled Blackfield, features tiny, detailed and hand painted metal flowers stuck in the sand. The flowers are inspired by 19th century Victorian encyclopedia illustrations and each one contains almost 20,000 3-D flora etchings.

New walls from Aris

Street Art // Thursday, June 13, 2013
Italy-based artist, Aris, has updated the Interwebz with some of his recent work he has painted outside. His paintings are often of abstract shapes that resemble silhouettes of human figures or natural elements. Although, two of these new walls are exceptionally different being how straightforward they are. The artist painted an igloo with branches and a pigeon portrait? 

Aryz x Vicio in Fraga, Spain

Street Art // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Aryz teamed up with his old friend Vicio to paint a new wall in Fraga, Spain. Vicio laid out the background with colorful designs that includes a smiley face, a dog bone, and a diamond, while Aryz contributed a dog portrait with a fish in his mouth, a side view of a dog, and a fish sliced in half with a smiley face on its insides. 

La Pandilla In Toulouse, France

Street Art // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Now in France, Alexis Diaz also know as La Pandilla, has just finished installing a series of sectioned canvases that were stretched onto a circular metal structure. The artist is in Toulouse to particpate in the Rio Loco Festival.

Raymond Pettibon's High Line Billboard

Street Art // Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Raymond Pettibon is now the tenth artist to have their art displayed on the 25-by-75-foot High Line Billboard in the Chelsea District of New York City.  The piece entitled “No Title (Safe he called…)” is from his famed series of baseball drawings. The image is of a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Brooklyn Dodgers, with accompanying words alluding to anEast Coast-West Coast feud. 

2 new pen drawings from Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Tuesday, June 11, 2013
With very similar styles, it’s difficult to tell the two members of Interesni Kazki, Aec and WaOne apart. Both are highly talented whether painting massive murals or small ink drawings, with an obvious talent for the surreal. These two recent drawings, "Music Of The Night" by Aec and "Interesting fairy tale" by WaOne exemplifies the creative imaginations they possess.

"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.

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