Street Art // Friday, December 14, 2012
Stan Lex and crew spent nearly a month inside a church that was built in 1590 located in Mentana, Rome. Their time in this ancient structure was consumed in creating a large image of an anonymous woman, made from a painstaking two-layer stencil. The wall painted was not part of the original building; a portion of it was destroyed in an earthquake. There is a time-lapse video documenting the process.

Women's stencil Portrait by C215

Street Art // Thursday, December 13, 2012
Parisian stencil artist, C215, sent over a photo of this detailed and vibrant stencil made from a women’s portrait.


Street Art // Thursday, December 13, 2012
Humorous and proactive imagery painted in the streets of Spain by Escif. A person is halfway in a large dumpster with their legs sticking out. Reminds us of an installation Mark Jenkins created that made it appear like a human was casually laying in a dumpster. Continuously creative work from this Spanish muralist.

"Astronautas Daqui" by Triangulo Dorado

Street Art // Thursday, December 13, 2012
Beautiful new mural by Argentina-based collective, Triangulo Dorado, this new piece is entitled "Astronautas Daqui.”

Floating "Virgins of Apeldoorn" by Elisabet Stienstra

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 13, 2012
Dutch artist Elisabet Stienstra has created the Virgins of Apeldoorn, a series of three bronze statues of girls that appear to be floating over a park. When seen together, the bronze sculptures almost appear to be a sequential series of a girl turning over in her sleep. Not only is their the awkward moment for the passer-by to see underneath the girl's clothing, which to us seems intentional no matter how you slice it, the works really do appear to float. Stunning stuff.

Dapper Character by Other on Train

Street Art // Wednesday, December 12, 2012
We post plenty of work from Canadian artist, Other, for the simple reason that his work is different. It has an old time folky feel (What ever that means). This new drawing is of a brightly dressed dapper character.

New Street work from David de la Mano

Street Art // Wednesday, December 12, 2012
David de la Mano is known for painting flat monochromatic silhouettes inside and outside, often collaborating with fellow artist, Pablo S. Herrero. The Spanish artist has spread his work to the streets of several countries and has similar esthetics to that of Muralist, Sam3. Here are three recent walls from the artist.

Anthony Lister's big head...

Street Art // Tuesday, December 11, 2012
What is that thing? It looks like a giant fishing reel sinker. Anthony Lister takes the prize for the strangest canvas in Miami this year.

Video: Urban Air Project

Street Art // Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Los Angeles-based artist, Stephen Glassman, with the help of environmental engineers, billboard fabricators, and other specialists, is trying to take a single billboard in the city of Los Angeles and turn it into a live bamboo garden. Why not, right?  The city of Los Angeles is plagued with advertisement billboards everywhere you look; can’t one be filled with lush nature?  They have created a Kickstarter that has only 6 hours left and is just short of their $100,000 mark by less than $3000.


Street Art // Tuesday, December 11, 2012
For twelve months beginning on Valentines Day 2011, Victoria Lucas and Richard William Wheater created twelve lyrical statements in large red neon text on the roof of the Neon Workshop in Wakefield, West Yorkshire.  All of the lyrics came from well-known musical groups such as Jo Division and Amy Winehouse.  The project was initially inspired from the romantic relationship between the two artists and set to explore the subject of love, expressions of intimacy, adoration and heartbreak.


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