An update with Shida

Street Art // Monday, December 09, 2013
Melbourne-based artist, Shida, has painted a couple new large walls with friends. One was painted in collaboration with Edo and the other with Taylurk, Two One and Edo again.

Pow! Wow! 2013 Official Video

Illustration // Monday, December 09, 2013
Over the past few years, the POW! WOW! Hawaii festival has been the grounds for one of the most impactful and expansive gatherings of cultural minds. The good people over at POW! WOW! recently launched the official 2013 video, just in time for us to start preparing for the next event in February 2014.

The Chalk Work of Philippe Baudelocque

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 04, 2013
We love the chalk work of Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque and get excited whenever we something new pop up. He uses complex designs and patterns to create a variety of different animals with the ultra impermanent medium. 

Aryz paints snake in Andavadoaka, Madagascar

Street Art // Friday, November 29, 2013
A shanty beachside bungalow in Andavadoaka, Madagascar got hooked up with a tie wearing green snake courtesy of Spanish muralist, Aryz. This could spawn some envy amongst the neighbors seeing as how everything surrounding this has a weathered grey wood look? It could also read as a very large “Beware!” sign.

"Intermission" @ Thission lofts in Greece

Street Art // Friday, November 29, 2013
A few weeks ago, Greek artists, Alexandros Vasmoulakis and b, invited an all-star cast of artists to participate in a group exhibition entitled “Intermission” held in an industrial building in Greece. In order to redefine the nature of events that have led this planet to it’s current condition, artists Paul Insect, Bast, Rostarr and Saber, literally took an “Intermission” from current sociopolitical issues to offer new perspectives for an optimistic future. The exhibition featured all new works from each of the artists, displaying a eclectic mix of distinct, refined aesthetics.

Sculptures by Bruce Catalano

Street Art // Wednesday, November 27, 2013
These “How is that standing?” bronze sculptures are the creations of French artist, Bruno Catalano and they will make you double-take. In September in celebration of their status as the European Capitol of Culture 2013, the port of Marseille placed 10 of these life-sized sculptures on display outside. Each piece has huge chunks missing from them as if an “eraser” tool from Photoshop was used. The artists describes these pieces as representations of a world citizen in search of their missing pieces. Catalano worked as a sailor where he found much of inspiration from traveling for these sculptures. 

New mural by Remed in Martinique, France

Street Art // Wednesday, November 27, 2013
"CYCLOPE, FEMME GRENOUILLE, & ASTRONAUTE” is the title for Remed’s newest mural painted on the small tropical island of Martinique in the Caribbean. Thsi piece created using spray paint and it bursts off the wall especially with those blue skies well!

"Wood Hood" @ BC Gallery

Street Art // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
BC Gallery in Berlin is proud to present ”Wood Hood,“ a solo show by Berlin-based, Low Bros (featured in our October 2013 printed issue). From the 7th of December to the 8th of February the gallery will be showing brand new works by the brothers Florin and Christoph Schmidt. 

New Elbow Toe in the streets

Street Art // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Did you happen to see Elbow Toe aka Brian Adam Douglas’s show a few months back at Edlin Gallery? For his first solo show in New York, it was an impressive display of large woodcuts and stencil work. It caught our attention immediately and has us excited for his future creations. This new piece was caught somewhere in New York and show some of the detail that goes into each of the pieces.

"X-Rainbow" @ Pictures on Walls

Street Art // Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Next Friday, Pictures on Walls Gallery in London will present “X-Rainbow,” a solo exhibition by Shok1. The London-based artist has gained notoriety by painting realistic transparent x-ray of bones and other objects, most recently in a vibrant rainbow palette. 

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