Gardens by the Bay in Singapore

Street Art // Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Officially opening on June 29, 2012, Gardens by the Bay is a horticulture oasis of three massive waterfront landscapes in Singapore’s marina bay in downtown.  With multiple themed areas such as, cooled conservatories, a flower dome and cloud forest, and a supertrees vertical garden, plan to spend an entire day admiring the vast amount of ecelctic greenery.

3D Pac-Man Ground Painting

Street Art // Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Inspired by the classic arcade video game Pac-Man from the 80s, Leon Keer created the following 3D painting on the sidewalk in Venlo, Netherlands.  Come to think of it, it’s been a while since we happened upon a sit down Pac-Man machine, always conducive with a slice of pizza and some friendly competition.

Dal Mural in In Windhoek, Namibia

Street Art // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Dal’s newest mural that spans two blocks of a building in Windhoek, Namibia is titled “Breaking Tempo.”   A number of his distinct ribbon style animals are scene running, jumping, and shedding their strange material on this mural.

New Hyuro piece in Valencia

Street Art // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Many street artists feel the need to create large-scale work, however the smaller pieces that are site specific are just as impactful.  Spanish muralist, Hyuro is a great example of an artist working on a smaller scale, with strong imagery, and her work stands out among the rest.  This newest piece, which we believe to be inspired by a Ryan McGinley photograph was painted in Valencia, Spain where you can see plenty of her other work in the streets.

New Swoon in Brooklyn

Street Art // Tuesday, June 19, 2012
New Swoon pieces have been popping up around Brooklyn and they are a stand out among all the amateur attempts at “street art” you become desensitized to seeing.  As usual, this piece is highly intricate in its cuts and line work.

The Flatiron Mural in Toronto

Street Art // Monday, June 18, 2012
Located in downtown Toronto, the Flatiron building built in 1891 by architect David Roberts was the first flatiron preceding the famed New York building.  In 1998, Canadian artist, Derek Besant painted a mural that mirrors the building directly across from it.  The mural consists of over 50 panels attached to a steel frame mounted on the wall and gives off the effect that the painting is fluttering in the wind, being held up by screws.

Conor Harrington @ FAME Festival, 2012

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 18, 2012
It is that time of the year... the 2012 edition of FAME Festival in Grottaglie, Italy has officially began to see some works appear on the streets, with Irish-born, London-based Conor Harrington kicking off with some outstanding street pieces. Harrington has been to FAME in prior years, but is it us, or is he just getting better, and better, and better? The October 2008 cover artist looks to have painted about 5 walls in town...

Faile Bookcovers

Street Art // Monday, June 18, 2012
Faile’s newest series of bookcovers was released last Wednesday and is already sold out.  A range of classic imagery, and typography are displayed on a combination of found book covers using various cut paper and silkscreen ink.

Never2501 Mural In Genova, Italy

Street Art // Sunday, June 17, 2012
Never2501 painted this mural in Genova, Italy recently for an event humorously titled “"Nazi Fascist Graffiti Jam."

New Escif Mural in Rome

Street Art // Saturday, June 16, 2012
Spanish muralist, Escif, is in Rome preparing for a show entitled "Suspension Of Disbelief" at the Wunderkammern Gallery.  The artist painted this massive ear while in town, which is part of his newest series of public works different from what we have previously seen from him.

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