Trapped without reading material

Street Art // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Another great mural by Spain-based muralist, Hyuro, highlighting the issue of education cuts in Spain that have caused teacher layoffs, overcrowded campuses and unheated classrooms.

Banksy: New Origami Crane w/Goldfish Street Piece

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 21, 2012
Always fun when a new Banksy piece surfaces, and although we don't have confirmation from the artist's site, this appears to be a new piece in the UK near some sort of industrial stream. Origami crane, goldfish in mouth, what appears to be a nice village, and soon to be a lot of pictures being taken.

New Zeh Palito Mural

Street Art // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Brazilian artist and positive vibes creator, Zeh Palito, recently wrapped up his work on this new mural in Brazil.

New JR mural in New York

Street Art // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Famed photography wheat paste artist, JR and Liu Bolin aka “The Invisible Man” recently collaborated on a the following wall on Spring St. in Manhattan, New York.  JR was completely painted by Bolin in front of his work to appear invisible.   Great job!

New C215 stencils

Street Art // Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Here are two excellent new stencils from Paris Street artist, C215.  The first one we believe is a portrait of the artist’s daughter and the second one is our favorite domestic feline!  Details, details, details!

Alicia Martin's Book Sculptures

Street Art // Monday, March 19, 2012
A burst of literary works shoots out of a window like a waterfall, a unique spectacle to witness indeed! Spain based artist, Alicia Martin, has created three site-specific installations using 5,000 books in each sculpture.  The series is titled “Biografies” and is located in Madrid, Spain.

New Trackside Paintings from Phlegm

Street Art // Monday, March 19, 2012
The Sheffield train tracks are creepier now that Phlegm’s tall signature characters are occupying space on this abandoned building.  The two faceless characters appear to be staring at each other hiding their identity with their masks. The artist made great use of the un-painted high spot for his work.

New Mural by Madsteez in San Diego

Street Art // Monday, March 19, 2012
California-based artist, Mark Paul Deren also known as Madsteez, recently completed this humorous mural of a strange creature riding a dinosaur through the streets of San Diego.  The shadow does a great job at adding depth and really making the colors pop!  The mural was organized by Pacific San Diego Magazine and painted in North Park.

Jade and Seth mural in Lima, Peru

Street Art // Monday, March 19, 2012
Great use of negative space and color in this new collaboration between the influential Peruvian street artist, Jade, and his friend Seth.

Freedom: Sculpture by Zeno Frudakis

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 19, 2012
“Freedom” is a public sculpture created by Philadelphia-based artist, Zeno Frudakis, who wanted to create something that regardless to background, everyone could relate to the idea of struggling to break through.

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