Ernest Zacharevic in Penang, Malaysia (Part 1)

Street Art // Friday, January 17, 2014
An artist that we really were excited to learn about in 2013 is Lithuanian-born Ernest Zacharevic, who had some great street pieces in Norway during Nuart 2013. Our friend Henrik Haven just went down to Penang, Malaysia to pay Ernest a visit as he prepares for a solo show down there at Hin Company Bus Depot. Take a look at the documentation of Ernest on the street...

Video: "The Deepest Depths of the Burrow" - Miami Trailer

Street Art // Thursday, January 16, 2014
The Rabbiteye Movement has put together a trailer for their upcoming documentary “The Deepest Depths of the Burrow” about their time in Miami during Art Basel. Check it.

Shida in East Brunswick, Melbourne

Street Art // Thursday, January 16, 2014
This is one of the coolest walls we have seen Shida paint to date! It was created in the East Brunswick neighborhood of Melbourne.

New mural by Pastel in Argentina

Street Art // Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Argentina-based artist, Pastel, recently painted this stunning new mural in the Villa Crespo neighborhood of his hometown. The artist abstractly depicted the 16 battles that occurred during the Triple Alliance War in Paraguay in 1864. A variety of arrowheads, some foliage, an arrow and design elements were used to create the imagery.

Two new paintings from saner

Street Art // Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Fifty24Mx Gallery has been invited to participate in “Littletopia,” which opened today in Los Angeles and is showcasing a number of galleries and their artists. One of the artists featured Fifty24MX is Mexico-based multidisciplinary artist, Saner, who sent over these two images of his work that will be on display. Painted with acrylic, his beautiful detailed masked characters are influenced by Mexican customs, traditions and folklore.

Freddy Sam paints massive Nelson Mandela tribute in johannesburg

Street Art // Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Commissioned by the Maboneng precinct as a gift to the city in the memory of Nelson Mandela, South African artist, Freddy Sam, painted a 10-story portrait based on Bob Gosani’s iconic image of the nations prolific revolutionary figure. The massive piece took just four days to paint and was inspired by Mandela’s definition of “Ubuntu,” which translates to “You cannot be human all by yourself.”

Nathan Fox for SVA's NYC Subway Poster Series

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Our friends at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan just alerted us to their new curated poster series in the NYC Subway system with artist Nathan Fox. SVA has been commission this series for years, and have tapped the likes of Stefan Sagmeister, Milton Glaser, Tony Palladino, Paula Scher, to name just a few, to participate. THe SVA alums' posters follow the adventures of "Tako, an artist who brings her creations to life and travels to imaginary places. Each bears the message "What's Your Story?"--to inspire commuters to realize their own ambitions." The posters are up through February, 2014.

"Castles in the sand" by Fintan Magee x Martin Ron

Street Art // Tuesday, January 14, 2014
Fintan Magee has been on a mural tour through South America having painted a few walls in Bogota, Columbia before continuing on to Argentina, Buenos Aires where he is currently. The Brisbane-based artist hooked up with Martin Ron to collaborate on the following wall.

Mesa x Dafne Tree in Belleville, Paris

Street Art // Monday, January 13, 2014
This hyper-realistic portrait of a man appears to have something perplexing on his mind or a splitting headache. The character was painted by Mesa, with Dafne Tree contributing the design elements to the background.

Roa in Schadekgasse, Vienna

Street Art // Monday, January 13, 2014
A few months ago, an assorted animal pile up that included a rabbit, fox, horse and beaver, was painted by Roa on a local school in Schadekgasse, Vienna. The wall happened with the help of Inoperable Gallery and the financial support of the local government office Kunst im Öffentlichen Raum.

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