Philippe Baudelocque chalks a lizard

Street Art // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
  With a rich history in the arts, Paris has always had an extensive array of talent from its natives. Philippe Baudelocque is a perfect example of a Parisian creating distinctively unique work and using the very impermanent medium of chalk in the streets. This newest piece is of a large lizard for one of the Le Mur walls.

Vilks paints a story of Conquest

Street Art // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
A mural painted by French artist, Vilks, stretches a lengthy wall containing a variety of animated scenes unfolding to tell a story. The plot is of two characters that see a train on another planet through a telescope, devise a plan to build a flying aircraft and set off for this planet. When they arrive they find the train and paint letters on it. Vilks did an excellent job at painting a comic strip on to a wall here.

Video: TrustoCorp paints an abandoned Theme Park

Street Art // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
  An abandoned theme park located somewhere in the desert of California, received a face life from the artist collective, TrustoCorp. Looks like a whole lot of fun with nobody around to worry about.

Crystalline Structures by Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Architects Benjamin Aranda and Chris Lasch search for endlessness and infinite possibilities with their awe-inspiring crystalline structures. Their work includes a piece commissioned for the MOMA and recently designed a stage set for Yeasayer. Watch an inspiring interview with them after the jump...  

"Fuck Cancer" print by Other

Street Art // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
  Other aka Troy Lovegates, is offering a three-layer linoleum print for $35 and all proceeds go to help a friend’s family fight cancer. They are 7 x 10 and shipping is included.

New Mural by Triangulo Dorado

Street Art // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
  It’s been a while since we last saw something new from the Argentina-based collective, Triangulo Dorado. The choice of blues and purples, combined with the simple imagery gives off a very calm feeling in this new piece. 

David Choe Update: Mexico City Collab with Dhear, and South Central LA Project

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Our old friend David Choe (that full issue with David we did is a bible of how to do art on your own terms) has been extremely busy over the past few months. You could start with his date night with Aubrey Plaza if you wanted to. But Dave is currently in Mexico City, painting murals and collaborating with a current Jux favorite, Dhear. Before then, David hosted an art workshop with the children of South Central, Los Angeles with aims to complete a 40 foot wall surrounding their playground at A Place Called Home (APCH).

New drawings and painting from Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Whether it is large-scale murals that cover entire buildings or small drawings on paper, the highly imaginative work of Interesni Kazki is always impressive. This new drawing and painting is entitled “In Forest Wilds” and displays a mythical scene from an alternative reality.

Video: Nychos of RABBITEYE MOVEMENT Studio Interview

Street Art // Monday, March 18, 2013
Since 2005, the Rabbiteye Movement has evolved from simple rabbit throw-ups painted by Nychos, to a studio artspace/gallery with the intent to promote local an international artists in a variety of creative ways. This new short documentary interviews Nychos in his Vienna-based studio, giving some incite to intentions with the space and ideas behind his own practice.

Agostino Lacurci paints Le Mur wall in Paris

Street Art // Monday, March 18, 2013
The Le Mur wall in Paris, France has hosted a variety of artists from various backgrounds over the last 6 years, with the newest addition painted by Berlin-based muralist and illustrator, Agostino Lacurci.

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