Triangulo Dorado Installation

Street Art // Tuesday, April 10, 2012
The Buenos Aires-based collective known as, Triangulo Dorado, shared some photos from a recent exhibition where they created an onsite mural accompanied with a large amount of mixed media work.

Teaser: May 2012 Public Art Issue with ESPO, Swoon, El Mac, and JR

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 10, 2012
We are pleased to announce our very special May 2012 issue, a special examination on the state of public art today. We have published 4 special covers for the occasion, Steve Powers, JR, Swoon, and El Mac, as well as features with Nuart, FAME Festival, Swoon, Powers, JR, an essay by Ron English, and a conversation between Revok and Saber.

Skate Color Explosion

Street Art // Sunday, April 08, 2012
What explanation is actually needed here? This picture says it all. Skating with a whole lot of color.

Jaz at G40 Art Summit

Street Art // Saturday, April 07, 2012
More massive murals continue to pop up around Richmond, Va for the G40 Art Summit.  This one painted by Argentina-based artist, Jaz.

"Isle of Man" by Phlegm

Street Art // Friday, April 06, 2012
While roaming around a 32 mile long island in the Irish sea, U.K.-based street artist, Phlegm, located an abandoned pool and painted a giant split tongued serpent wrapping around the deep end.  The artist is continually making great use of abnormal spaces for his outdoor work.

C215 & Nina Video

Street Art // Friday, April 06, 2012
C215 sent over a new video that documents his relationship with his daughter and their artistic communication.  The artist explains how his daughter became his main inspiration and how he would stencil his daughter’s path to school to remind her that he was thinking about her.

New Zeh Palito Mural

Street Art // Friday, April 06, 2012
Brazilian-based street artist, Zeh Palito, located some prime unused real estate in a vegetated area of San Paulo.  This newest mural has a variety of designs, effects, and a big guerilla.

"Horizons" sculpture in New Zealand

Street Art // Thursday, April 05, 2012
    f Visually similar to an optical illusion or resembling a drawing on top of a photograph, Horizons is an actual real sculpture created by artist Neil Dawson.  The sculpture was constructed from welded and painted steel to look like a windblown piece of paper. The piece is located in New Zealand on a private art park owned by Alan Gibbs.

Never2501 at the G40 Art Summit

Street Art // Thursday, April 05, 2012
Here is another massive mural recently painted in Richmond, Va for G40 Art Summit by Italian artist, Never2501.  The artists depicted a three-eyed warrior riding an angry lion, all the while feeling a bit psychedelic with those wavy lines.

The Big Dig

Street Art // Thursday, April 05, 2012
Based on what it might be like to dig a hole to China, German design firm, Topteki, created an installation based on this idea titled The Big Dig.  Built for a show at the XI’AN garden show in China in 2011, the hole was accompanied with an audio soundtrack of sounds from Argentina, U.S., Sweden, and Germany that were projected out of the hole giving the feeling they were coming from the other end.

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