Installation by Anya Sirota + AKOAKI in Amilly, France

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
Michigan-based design studio, Anya Sirota + AKOAKI created this great installation of two 30-feet large star sculptures in a defunct tannery in Amilly, France. As UR Design notes, "The project, titled Pop It Up, comes at a critical moment for the tannery complex. Come fall 2013, the site will be converted into a cultural art center. In its current state of coming-undone-ness, however, with its bared concrete structure and second-story wood flooring and windows removed, the surviving architecture offers exceptional opportunities for experimentation and interim engagement." Its Friday, we like sharing quotes. 

"Purity of Heart" in Denmark by El Mac

Street Art // Friday, June 28, 2013
Three striking portraits grace the side of this orphanage in Denmark courtesy of the Los Angeles-based artist, El Mac. The new piece entitled “Purity of Heart” was influenced after Seren Kierkegaard’s book “Purity of Heart is to Will One Thing.” The artist is in Denmark for his exhibition at Galerie Wolfsen and had already completed another large mural previous to this one.

Taint x Unga in Haifa Port, Israel

Street Art // Friday, June 28, 2013
Israel has a vibrant street art scene but nobody there paints quite like the members of Broken Fingaz. The multi-disciplinary street art collective has a number of members and is not solely restricted to street art, but also works in design, illustration and music. This piece in Haifa Port and was paint by members Taint and Unga.

Xuan Alyfe in Avilés, Spain

Street Art // Friday, June 28, 2013
Xuan Alyfe recently completed this wall in Avilés, which is located in the Northern region of Spain on what looks to be the side of someone’s home. This new piece contains plenty of fine detail, stimulating design, and Arabic style lettering on the small garage door.

An update with Fintan Magee

Street Art // Thursday, June 27, 2013
It’s been a while since we have posted any news on Brisbane-based street artist, Fintan Magee and it appears he has been making some wonderful new work in the street. 

"Anatomy of the BunnyKitty" by Nychos x Pursue

Street Art // Thursday, June 27, 2013
While in Detroit for his show “I’d Like to Meat You!” at Innerstate Gallery, Nychos got busy on some walls, one of the most stand out being his collaboration with Pursue. Together, the two dissected and sectioned Pursue’s “BunnyKitty.” Both artists continually use bunnies in their work, so the two working together seems naturally fitting and it sows with this piece.

Playboy Marfa roadside attraction

Street Art // Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Along Highway 90 in Marfa, Texas, an odd site of a 40-foot white neon Playboy bunny logo and a tilted ’72 Dodge Charger are currently occupying space with the barren desert landscape as its backdrop. In an attempt to revive the Playboy brand focusing more towards a younger generation, the company is commissioning a series of art projects, this one designed by the glossy hyper-realistic painter, Richard Phillips.

"Time Machine" drawing by AEC

Street Art // Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Wherever this place that AEC of Interesni Kazki created exists, it looks plenty stressful and I’m not sure we want to go there! Maybe we are there and we just don’t know it? The new ink drawing shows various periods of evolution and AEC wrote vague descriptions of some of the sections as, “The era of dinosaurs, constellations, age of discovery, technical progress, weapon, human beings, and envoy.”

An update with Other

Street Art // Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Other has been trekking his way across Canada leaving his mark in various cities. The first one is with Saddo in Hailfax, another in Montreal for their Mural Festival, and a choice black and white portrait on a train.

A series of images by Hyuro

Street Art // Tuesday, June 25, 2013
In Hyuro’s newest work, a series of two women are seen tussling with one another separated by a goose, which eventually is destroyed and the two are left looking complacent. The artist does a brilliant job at showing emotion and conflict in her work, especially with this recent piece. 

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