Video and photos of "Eye" by Tony Tasset

Street Art // Friday, February 03, 2012
Chicago being the great city that it is, always hosts incredible public art from local and international artists.  In 2010, local artist Tony Tasset created a 30-foot eyeball made of fiberglass for the citizens of the Windy city to enjoy.  Watch the following video to learn more about the process in making this project come to life.

Wojciech Ko?acz

Street Art // Friday, February 03, 2012
Based in Wroc?aw, Poland, Wojciech Ko?acz is multidisciplinary artist who spends his free time painting strange characters in unique settings.

"El Ascenso" by Triangulo Dorado

Street Art // Friday, February 03, 2012
A new mural from Buenos Aires-based collective, Triangulo Dorado with words accompanying the piece that translates to, “"Rise above the pettiness of life over these little things upset you."  Good words to live by.

A Bizarre Universe

Street Art // Thursday, February 02, 2012
If it was just an alien smoking out of bong that would have just been enough for me, however there are several other peculiar scenes unfolding that are just as interesting.  Painted by WSDM.

Mambo Tribute Piece and Video

Street Art // Thursday, February 02, 2012
Chile-born, Los Angeles based artist, Mambo created the following piece in honor of the Olympic swimming Champ Johnny Weissmuller.  The swimmer inaugurated the Molitor Swimming Pool in Paris where this piece is painted and is set to be demolished this year.

How to Get Divorced, Billboard Version

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 02, 2012
There are countless ways to get back at someone, however executing your revenge in the form of a billboard in New York City will make you a legend. Hats off to you Emily!

The Market St. Railway Mural in San Francisco

Street Art // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
One of my favorite pieces of public art is The Market St. Railway mural in San Francisco painted by local artist, Mona Caron. The mural displays a 180-degree bird’s eye view of San Francisco’s Market Street from the 1920’s to the distant future. Many of the themes involved are based on actual events including a parade, a mass demonstration, a free-form celebration, and a violent police riot.

Marriage Billboard Liberation

Street Art // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
There are countless ways to get back at someone, however executing your revenge in the form of a billboard in New York City will make you a legend.  Hats off to you Emily!

Stork Nest Farm

Street Art // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Designed by Prague-based studio SGL Projekt, in 2006, The Stork Farm Nest is a giant stick-covered dome used as a horse-riding arena in the Czech Republic.   The design was inspired by storks that found home in the roof of the distillery after it was disused.

E1000's Color Arrangement

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Easily unnoticed by the unobservant eye, E1000’s colorful gradients continue to rejuvinate mundane locations giving them a new identity.

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