New York Mta Subways cars get wallpapered by Kaws

Street Art // Friday, November 09, 2012
To have your artwork cover the inside and outside of a New York subway car is a rare opportunity for any artist, especially one who initially made his name in the streets with graffiti. Kaws who has gone on to become an accomplished artist and businessman in a number of platforms, was also recently invited to participate in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade with his own signature balloon. To see the cars in person head on down to Grand Central Station or Times Square and catch the S train. You won’t miss it!

New Zed1 mural in Certaldo, Italy

Street Art // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Working with a freeway pillar as his canvas, Italian muralist Mark Burresi aka Zed1, recently painted this somewhat dark themed piece. One of the artists’s signature characters can be seen mid-stomp of another. The words “No Country For Young” accompanies the piece.

Hyuro's newest mural of surreal Imagery

Street Art // Thursday, November 08, 2012
You got a whole family trying to live on your back!  Hyuro’s surreal imagery is far different from the majority of the street art being created right now. Often painting the female gender in a black and white palette, her work is engaging, challenging, and draws the viewer in to investigate the meaning.  This newest piece shows a shoeless female wearing a house on her back with a number of characters trying to get in.

Cat Stencil by C215 in Lisbon

Street Art // Thursday, November 08, 2012
    Feline friendly Parisian stencil artist, C215, has the best cat stencils we have ever seen. The highly detailed pieces are wonderful depictions of the animal, our favorite domesticated animal (sorry dogs!)  This newest one was painted in the streets of Lisbon.  

The Infinite Staircase by Olafur Eliasson

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 08, 2012
Completed in 2004, Umschreibung (or rewriting) is a surreal spiral steel staircase built by Danish-Icelandic artist, Olafur Eliasson. The staircase resides permanently in the courtyard of the global accounting firm KPMG in Munich. You may remember Eliasson’s name from his New York City Waterfalls project back in 2008, where the artist created four man-made waterfalls in the New York Harbor, one being directly under the Brooklyn Bridge that was around 100 feet tall.

Infinite Staircase by Olafur Eliasson

Street Art // Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Completed in 2004, Umschreibung (or rewriting) is a surreal spiral steel staircase built by Danish-Icelandic artist, Olafur Eliasson. The staircase resides permanently in the courtyard of the global accounting firm KPMG in Munich. You may remember Eliasson’s name from his New York City Waterfalls project back in 2008, where the artist created four man-made waterfalls in the New York Harbor, one being directly under the Brooklyn Bridge that was around 100 feet tall.

"___________" mural by Escif

Street Art // Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Escif’s most recent mural painted in his hometown of Valencia, Spain shows an empty winning podium with a black horizontal line above it. This can be interpreted a few ways in our eyes, however we won’t speculate in case we are incorrect.

Ron English's "Temper Tot" in New York

Street Art // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Our November issue curator, Ron English, has painted a giant green muscular baby or as the artist labels it “Temper Tot” on the side of a building in New York making it his first mural in the city in almost 25 years.  The impossible to miss green figure was painted in Little Italy and created in conjunction with the New York Comedy Festival that starts tomorrow running through Saturday.

Momo mural in Chicago

Street Art // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Originally from San Francisco, now based in Brooklyn, Momo, is constantly traveling domestically and internationally to add his minimalist art to cities landscapes.  His most recent endeavor was in Chicago, where he team up with Pawn Works Gallery to paint a simple designed mural.

New Mural by Never2501in Baltimore

Street Art // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Italian street artist, Never 2501, recently completed this large circular piece on a massive brick façade for the Articulate Baltimore Festival. Around 1/3 of the circle is blacked out, where the rest has the artist’s abstract designs incorporated within.

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