"How I Roll" by Paola Pivi

Street Art // Friday, July 06, 2012
A six-seat airplane will continue to roll in a circular motion 24 hours a day until August 26th, 2012 in Central Park.  Alaskan-based artist, Paola Pivi, created this site-specific installation with the help of New York’s public art fund.  “How I Roll” is part of a series of sculptures Pivi has created from large machinery, making them move and function in ways not originally intended.

"Prisoner of the Sea Part 2" by Sat One

Street Art // Friday, July 06, 2012
While visiting Bulgaria, Munich-based artist, Sat One, was invited to paint a tower in the port of Varna.  The artist’s abstract painting of deconstructed ships seems appropriate for the location and the final product is magnificent.

2 New Murals from Aris

Street Art // Thursday, July 05, 2012
Italy-based street artist, Aris, recently painted two new murals in his abstract style with great use of negative space.  The second mural was painted for this years R.I.P.ARTE Festival in Fabriano, Italy

"Beauty Behind the Corner": Site Specific Fashion @ FAME Festival

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 05, 2012
The people/person at Studio Cromie in Grottaglie, Italy who organize and produce the fantastic public art festival, FAME, have just started a site-specific project of tee-shirts made in limited numbers at the Studio Cromie space. If you have ever been to Grottaglie, then you know how distinct and fantastic the various walls and buildings are, and Studio Cromie has captured the unique aesthetic on the tees. Video after the jump...

Happy Flag Day!

Street Art // Wednesday, July 04, 2012
One of our nation's most widely recognized symbols is our American flag, aka "Stars and Stripes.”  Saber has painted a fair amount of them and made a video containing the flag that caused a significant amount of controversy.  We respect Saber’s intent with this particular body of work and feel they are more than appropriate for todays date.  Happy 4th of July!

Bored: Monopoly on the Streets of Chicago

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 04, 2012
First off, a street and or public artist named Bored is quite good, and second, we continue the search for good 4th of July content with this wonderful street project of putting Monopoly on the streets of Chicago. Chance cards, property, and dice were placed around town by Bored, turning the streets into a little game, if they weren't already.

Tonybee Tiles

Street Art // Tuesday, July 03, 2012
For three decades, someone has been laying cryptic tile messages about resurrecting the dead in the cities roads throughout the U.S. and around the world.   These tiles have been named Toynbee Tiles after the British historian, Arnold Toynbee, who often discussed the rise and fall of civilizations.  The people or person responsible for these tiles has remained a secret with many theories as to who is responsible.

Hyuro in Valencia

Street Art // Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Hyuro recently created this simple image of a woman holding a child in an elastic crepe bandage-looking line style.  This piece was painted in the town of Valencia where much of her other work can bee seen on the streets.

New Fintan Magee Murals

Street Art // Tuesday, July 03, 2012
Brisbane-based street artist, Fintan Magee, has been keeping busy creating new murals with his unusual scenes full of dark imagery.

3 New Escif Walls

Street Art // Monday, July 02, 2012
Spanish muralist, Escif, has shared three new walls he recently painted titled “Recortes”,  “El Rescate”, and “Temporary Autonomus Zone.”

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