Remed Engravings on Car Doors

Street Art // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Paris-based street artist and illustrator, Remed, has been engraving his cryptic symbols and languages on the sides of car doors. We are unsure of where the doors final destination may be, but they are very intriguing pieces of work.

Phlegm paints a great piece of rusted metal

Street Art // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
If I were to guess what this contraption envisioned by Phlegm is, I would say a weather conductor / megaphone / record player / microscope / telescope / trash pickup claw hybrid? Am I close?

"Congreso" by Jaz

Street Art // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Argentina-based street decorator, Jaz recently painted the following mural, can’t quite tell what all those faceless men are fighting for.

Street Faces From Russia

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Based in Russia and often-altering existing structures into faces, Nomerz bring a wide range of expression to the street. We approve of giving inanimate public structures a personality. Watch the video after the jump...

New C215 stencils in Barcelona

Street Art // Monday, February 13, 2012
New tedious detailed stencil work in the streets of Barcelona by Paris-based artist, C215.

Street Faces by Nomerz and Video

Street Art // Monday, February 13, 2012
Based in Russia and often-altering existing structures into faces, Nomerz bring a wide range of expression to the street.

"Future is Gone" by Escif

Street Art // Monday, February 13, 2012
New wall titled “Future is Gone” by Spanish street artist, Escif in Valencia, Spain.

Street Posters by Jody Barton and Luke Pommersheim

Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 12, 2012
British illustrator Jody Barton, who has taken on an array of impressive clients spanning from Stussy to Phoenix, has teamed up with native Bostonian Luke Pommersheim to write these quirky street posters. The posters are funny in their contradictions.

Dan Bergeron's Hair piece

Street Art // Sunday, February 12, 2012
Dan Bergeron does a wonderful job at integrating environmental elements and letting it define his piece.

Kurt Perschke's Red Ball Project

Street Art // Saturday, February 11, 2012
Made of vinyl and touring different cities, The Red Ball Project is a project conceived by artist Kurt Perschke. “Through the magnetic, playful, and charismatic nature of the Red Ball, the work is able to access the imagination embedded in all of us,” states the artist.  A few American cities have had the pleasure of hosting the large red ball as well as international cities  such as Taipai, Sydney, Aru Dhabi, and Barcelona.

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