New Shida mural in Poland

Street Art // Thursday, June 28, 2012
Australia-based artist, Shida, created this new wall in part of the Urban Forms Foundation in Lodz, Poland.

"The Ring" by Spencer Tunick

Street Art // Thursday, June 28, 2012
Most known for organizing large-scale nude installations for photo shoots, Spencer Tunik has created over 75 human installations around the world.  His more recent project took place in Munich, Germany to mark the opening of the 2012 Munich Opera season.  The artist was interpreting scenes from the Richard Wagner opera "Der Ring des Nibelungen."

"Those who fled" by Escif

Street Art // Thursday, June 28, 2012
Escif dropped a new piece in Cholula, Mexico and wrote the following text adding insight to the concept behind this particular piece.  “Cholula is a name of Nahuatl origin, meaning Place of those who fled.  Cholula is famed for its churches. Legend told that there are 365 churches, one for each day of the year. So, it´s so usual meet processions of people circulating through the streets, almost any day.”

New David Ellis Mural in Brooklyn

Street Art // Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Over the course of two weeks, a popular section known as “the triangle” lying between two streets in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn has been getting a face life by Brooklyn artist, David Ellis.  An internationally exhibited artist, who has shown at the famed Deitch Projects as well as the MOMA, is also the unofficial founder of the collaborative crew “The Barnstormers,” which contains members such as Swoon, Kami, Sasu, and Maya Hayuk.

Conor Harrington in London

Street Art // Wednesday, June 27, 2012
In part of the Whitecross Street Party that begins in a few weeks, Conor Harrington painted this new mural on the busy Whitecross Street in London.  This mural contains the artists often combined use of period costumes and contemporary flags.

New Laguna Mural in Tolosa, Spain

Street Art // Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Laguna’s most recent mural in Tolosa, Spain was painted on a wall with surfaces ranging from brick, stucco, and rock, creating a unique look for this extraordinary piece.  The artist painted directly on all surfaces, as well as attaching cut outs of flowers and other abstract shapes directly to the wall.

Steven Powers releases "Home Print"

Street Art // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Steven Powers (Featured May 2012 cover artist) who needs little introduction if you are regular reader of Juxtapoz, has just released a highly limited run of prints based on one of his murals from the Love Letter Project.  A 10 color print, signed and numbered, and likely to sell out quick!

Video: Phlegm in Bantry, Ireland

Street Art // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Last week, we posted photos of Sheffield-based artist, Phlegm’s newest murals in Bantry, Ireland and this week a new video has been released documenting the process.  This video shows Phlegm’s technique of using a roller to shade and a brush to create the final outline, a very time consuming process.

New Kislow Piece

Street Art // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
It’s been too long since any new work from Ukrainian street artist, Kislow, has graced our pupils.  Often painting surreal dream-like murals, this newest piece is more straightforward and looks to be in conjunction with a soccer event.

"Entropy" @ Magda Danysz Gallery

Street Art // Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Lisbon-based, London-residing artist, Vhils, newest solo exhibition entitled “Entropy” opened last weekend at Magda Danysz Gallery in Paris. The artist is most recognized for his walls that are chiseled and layered portraits resembling excavated artifact. Expanding his practice, his new body of work explores portraits in a variety of techniques such as carved Styrofoam and wood, acid etched metal, laser cut posters, and ink and bleach on paper.

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