New murals from Anthony Lister in Miami

Street Art // Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Australian-born artist, Anthony Lister, has been spending time down in sunny Miami and making murals all across town. Check out some his pieces, each one different from the next one.

"Stockholm syndrome" print by David Choe

Street Art // Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Last Year David Choe became worth an estimated 200 million after taking cash instead of stock options for painting a mural at Facebook headquarters in 2005. Since then, the artist has been working on a range of different creative projects with no signs of any new work being created. As Choe stated today on his website, “Tomorrow I'm going to release "Stockholm syndrome." My first print in almost 2 years (sorry I was busy).” So here is your opportunity to get yourself a David Choe print or who knows, you might have to wait another two years. 

SP ONE's Artwork recreated as a mural in Brooklyn

Street Art // Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Brooklyn-based sign painting company, Colossal Media, has recreated the letter collage artwork of Greg Lamarche aka SP ONE on the side of a building off the Williamsburg Bridge. The mural is part of an ongoing project entitled “Big Brush Project.”

New Liqen Mural in Chichester, U.K.

Street Art // Tuesday, May 14, 2013
With assistance from Namaz and a lift, Liqen painted this incredibly dark, highly detailed mural for a local street art festival in Chichester, U.K. We are curious as to how long it will take for someone to complain about the “negative imagery” and organize a group of people to get it painted over. You know it is inevitable with work like this, but we hope we are wrong.

The Painted Desert Project: La Pandilla

Street Art // Monday, May 13, 2013
Last summer we shared with you a project organized by artists, Yote and Jetsonorama, that brought artists to the Navajo country region of Northern Nevada to meet local residents and create murals. The Painted Desert Project has since hosted a number of artists to participate with the newest mural addition being from La Pandilla. The artist painted a bird with a hand for a wing on a vacant billboard in the barren landscape of the desert.

¨L´Attesa¨ by Hyuro in Gaeta, Italy

Street Art // Monday, May 13, 2013
In a series of simplistic images painted by Spanish artist, Hyuro, a woman is interacting in various ways with a folding chair. This piece titled  “L´Attesa” which translates to “The Wait” in English was painted in conjunction with the Memorie Urbane Festival in Gaeta, Italy.

David Choe x Aryz in Los Angeles

Street Art // Saturday, May 11, 2013
The collaboration gods have brought the supreme talents of David Choe and Aryz together for an epic mural in Los Angeles. The two each brought their own visual chaos to a wall in the downtown area on Matteo St. and finished in just two days.  

David Schrigley creates shrine for Michael Jackson's Pet "Bubbles"

Street Art // Friday, May 10, 2013
Micheal Jackson’s former pet-chip, Bubbles, officially has his own monument in Munich, Germany thanks to artist David Shrigley.

New mural by Jaz in Vitry, France

Street Art // Friday, May 10, 2013
Franco Fasoli aka Jaz recently completed this monochromatic mura in Vitry, France that depicts a group of headless creatures in a lust landscape setting. 

JR pastes Rikers Island Jail

Street Art // Thursday, May 09, 2013
As if being in jail and being watched every moment was not enough, artist JR has made sure that the almighty eye will be watching over you. Invited to install work at Rikers Island in New York, JR took photographs of inmate’s eyes and pasted them in three different locations around the complex. The artist spoke on this project saying, “We just pasted the eye of another Inmate on the 2 South Building of the Rikers Island Jail in New York City. He wanted me to choose his eye looking left as life in jail is all about watching your back... He came out in the jail Yard when we were pasting. He's 18years old, it's his second time in Jail. Even if no one will recognize his eye he knows he's part of a bigger picture.”

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