Portrait of Tame Iti by Askew

Street Art // Wednesday, February 20, 2013
In part of the Pow Wow event in Hawaii, New Zealand-based artist, Askew, painted this large portrait of Tame Ito; a controversial character known for his activism in support of the ingenious people of New Zealand. He has also had a handful of legal issues with the law, including doing some significant time due to weapon charges.

How Nosm: Giant Mural in San Francisco's Tenderloin

Street Art // Wednesday, February 20, 2013
We have been lucky over the past few years to catch NYC-based How Nosm painting murals around the world, most recently in Norway for Nuart this past Fall. The duo was just in our hometown this past week, San Francisco, to paint a fantastic multi-portioned mural in the Tenderloin district of the city. The wall was made possible in conjunction with Rogue Projects and White Walls, with paint by Montana.

Juxtapoz @ POW WOW Hawaii, Part 2

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 20, 2013
POW WOW Hawai'i wrapped up with a block party at Lana Lane studios and live painting by featured artists, who ritualistically bombed a white wall for a huge audience of visitors, locals, and flashing cameras. After a week of painting enormous murals non-stop, the crew was in full party mode.

10,000 Helmets Represent Frustration and Rage at the Italian Government

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Complimented by an unrelated 2010 statue of a crude hand gesture, the 10,000 helmets in front of the Milan Stock Exchange represent the number of jobs lost in 2012. The public display of frustration, rage, and disappointment in the Italian government is the work of thousands of workers from all levels of industry from Architects to laborers.

Issac Lin for the "The Alley Cat Project"

Street Art // Tuesday, February 19, 2013
In part of a public art project entitled “The Alley Cat Project”, Philadelphia-based artist, Issac Lin, created the following pieces that were installed in East Austin, TX alley. Organized by MASS Gallery, 12 site-specific artworks will be created and placed in various alleys over the next year in Austin’s older neighborhoods.

Chalk Painting by Horocue

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 19, 2013
This incredible chalk painting was drawn by Horocue (aka José Horacio Rosales-Cueva) onto the streets of Paris in 2005. The beautiful blended painting was transferred from the photograph in his hand and has yet to be identified. (via colossal)

"All things that lived" illustration by Phlegm

Street Art // Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Phlegm’s been diligently working on a series of illustrations for an upcoming book project set to release soon. This newest drawing is of a large shelf containing a plethora of once living specimens in jars. One of his signature characters can be seen hanging from a ladder. More information of his book realease soon.

Broken Fingaz around London

Street Art // Monday, February 18, 2013
Last month, Tant and Unga of the Broken Fingaz Crew sprinkled some black and white pieces around the streets of London.

"Health Service" watercolor by Escif

Street Art // Monday, February 18, 2013
Spanish artist, Escif, paints an ambulance flipped over and burning in this watercolor piece.

"Bad Dog" sculpture outside OCMA by Richard Jackson

Street Art // Sunday, February 17, 2013
A giant black Labrador is currently peeing yellow paint onto a wall outside the Orange County Museum of Art. The sculpture created by 73-year-old artist, Richard Jackson, is part of his retrospective exhibition “Ain’t Painting a Pain” which is on view until May 5, 2013. Jackson was recently featured in our February 2013 printed issue of Juxtapoz. Remember his show “The Little Girl’s Room” a few years back that was quote the spectacle?

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