A Mural Made From 85,794 Rubik's Cubes

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Toronto-based Cube Works Studio is renowned for their work twisting Rubik's cubes and Rubik's-style cubes into works of art. They used 85,794 Rubik's Cubes to create this stunning, 13-foot high, 200-foot long mural in Macau, China.   

New Liqen Mural in Esmeraldas, Ecuador

Street Art // Monday, March 04, 2013
Can’t say we have ever seen an avocado bird before. While traveling through Ecuador, Spanish artist, Liqen, painted this stunning piece on a family’s home located in the jungle. Liqen’s new addition will certainly have the locals talking.

Video: Os Gemeos - MOCAtv - Ep 23

Street Art // Monday, March 04, 2013
In MOCAtv’s latest installment, they document Os Gemeos as they create a massive mural on the exterior of the ICA in Boston, becoming one of largest murals ever painted in Boston. The Brazilian twins describe the importance of the location and this piece, as well as the message of positivity being always present in their work.

Pablo S. Herrero in Salamanca, Spain

Street Art // Sunday, March 03, 2013
David De La Mano’s newest project is entitled “Route of Prodigies” and focuses on bringing murals to more rural areas. This piece of silhouetted trees on a bright green background was painted in the Southern province of Salamanca, Spain.

Low Bros in Bangkok

Street Art // Saturday, March 02, 2013
How can you not get hyped walking down a street and stumbling across this? If you didn’t than you obviously don’t enjoy skateboarding, delicious adult beverages, tropical landscapes, and shredding art from Berlin-based artist, Low Bros. This new mural was painted in Bangkok, Thailand for the Bukruk Street Art Festival.

Phlegm's Flying Vessel

Street Art // Friday, March 01, 2013
Phlegm’s imagination and drawing capabilities enable him to invent futuristic, but also very primitive flying vessles like this one. This illustration, along with many others that we have posted will be included in his new book to be released soon if not now.

Brent Christensen's Ice Castles

Street Art // Friday, March 01, 2013
Constructed entirely out of Ice with no supporting substructure, these Ice Castles by artist Brent Christensen are incredible examples of what the majority of public art is, Ephemeral. With the help of 20 or so crew members, Christensen builds these structures by forming self-made icicles that require millions of gallons of water. Some reach a height of 25 feet and contain stairs, archways, tunnels, and can be illuminated at night with multi-colored LED lights.  

Surreal Installation by Laguna in Madrid

Street Art // Thursday, February 28, 2013
Find something that has been neglected and make it worth cherishing, right? Spanish artist, Laguna, recently converted the inside of an abandoned building in Madrid into a surreal and abnormally unique installation. Working with natural and man-made materials, he has manipulated and transported this space into an entirely new existence.

"Skinned Tigerkitty" by Nychos

Street Art // Thursday, February 28, 2013
While in Honolulu, Hawaii for Pow Wow, the spray can surgeon, Nychos managed to strip this Kitty of its flesh and leave him exposed on a wall.

Do Ho Suh's "Karma" installation at NOMA

Street Art // Wednesday, February 27, 2013
The extraordinary Korean installation artist, Do Ho Suh, has managed to create a giant H.R. Giger-looking alien tail out of 98 men standing on top of each other, with each figure covering each other’s eyes. Resemblances of a spinal cord also come to mind. Made from stainless steel, “Karma” was recently installed in the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden at the New Orleans Museum of Art. At 23 feet tall bending to the sky, this piece is a must to see in person if you live in New Orleans.

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