Street Art Attacks by Filthy Luker

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 30, 2012
Street art, most of the time, should be fun, and we love the interventions that Filthy Luker has come up with. Sea monster arms coming off a building, gigantic pencils scribbling on walls, and trees with eyes are a just a few of fun pieces he has come up with.

Bast Wheatpaste

Street Art // Sunday, April 29, 2012
Bast collage wheatpaste spotted hanging out on a door in Brooklyn, ripped and torn.

The Work of Mexico City's Smithe

Juxtapoz // Saturday, April 28, 2012
Obviously there is a great creative energy in Mexico City at the moment, and one of the artists that we really like in both the illustrative and Public Art realm is Smithe. The artist just posted a few new illustrations on his blog, and this one we especially enjoy. The best part? It will be available as a print soon. More works after the jump . . .

New Dal Mural in Melbourne

Street Art // Saturday, April 28, 2012
Currently in Melbourne for his joint exhibition with Faith47 at Rtist Gallery, Dal had time to knock out a small mural of an abstract elephant in his unique style.

Interesni Kazki at Living Walls Conference

Street Art // Friday, April 27, 2012
The Ukrainian duo, Interesni Kazki, just completed this wonderfully detailed new mural in Atlanta for the Living Walls Conference.   The two artists recently completed a mural in Baltimore and are rumored to be heading to Mexico City next for another project.

REVOK & JIM DARLING Church Installation

Street Art // Friday, April 27, 2012
Revok who is currently featured in our most recent May print issue and artist Jim Darling recently collaborated on this discarded junk installation in an abandon church in Detroit.  Working on the piece for two days, the artists dragged an organ up two flights of stairs along with any other objects left in the vicinity they could use.  It’s great seeing Revok work in mediums outside of graffiti with success!

New Phlegm Illustrations

Street Art // Friday, April 27, 2012
While the April showers keep the walls wet in the U.K., Phlegm takes shelter indoors to illustrate for an upcoming book project.  We really enjoy the character with the archaic/futuristic backpack mega phone.

The Work of Tiki

Street Art // Thursday, April 26, 2012
World globetrotting muralist, Tiki, describes his work as a comment on today’s global society and the nearly forgotten traditions of the past.  The artist uses simple imagery involving animals; design oriented shapes, and cultural references, creating easy-on-the-eyes pieces in public view.

Doodles @ Open Walls Baltimore

Street Art // Thursday, April 26, 2012
Doodles just sent over some process and completed photos of the wall he worked on for the Open Walls Baltimore project that is going on through the end of May.  As the artist explained, “This piece is about the Earth being healed. Healed from the wound that civilization has created through industrialized practices.  In the center of the earthen hands is a city on fire. The hands of the cosmos are extinguishing the fire/ healing the wounded earth.”

Monstrum's Playgrounds

Street Art // Thursday, April 26, 2012
Danish design firm, Monstrum, creates wonderfully creative playgrounds for kids, with the intent to challenge children’s motor skills on all levels and the idea that playgrounds should reflect the world around us.

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