Rail Scene

Street Art // Monday, September 19, 2011
An unknown artist painted this eerie track scene.  Caught in Chicago on a boxcar.

How & Nosm in Albany

Street Art // Monday, September 19, 2011
The duo, How and Nosm recently completed this mural for the Living Walls Albany project.

Remed @ MASP

Street Art // Monday, September 19, 2011
French street artist and illustrator, Remed took part in a group exhibition titled “De Dentro e De Fora” at the MASP Museum in San Paolo, Brazil.   The show included many contemporary street artists including Jr, Swoon, Invader, and others.  Here is what Remed contributed to this large-scale event.

Mexican Muralism

Street Art // Sunday, September 18, 2011
Diego Rivera was an original “street artist” from a completely different era, depending on how you look at it.

Siamese Tension

Street Art // Saturday, September 17, 2011
Argentine artist, Jaz painted this canvas using spray paint and asphaltic on wood.

Turda Salt Mine

Street Art // Friday, September 16, 2011
"Batman’s rumored new home in the upcoming The Dark Knight Rises is none other than the long awaited arrival of the batcave. Located in Turda Romania, the abandoned Turda Salt Mine is flooding the internet with buzz that this will be the location where filming will take place for the batcave."  Next destination to wonderland underground, please and thank you.

Graffiti is...Video

Street Art // Friday, September 16, 2011
Traditionally a graffiti writer, Jamer is seen in this video experimenting with other mediums.  The music is strange, the build up is forever, but we enjoy it because Jamer doodles well in the streets.

Bask Country Grems

Street Art // Friday, September 16, 2011
Here is a nicely done, non-intrusive, pattern mash up, new mural from Paris-based street artist, Grems.

Cats Eyes

Street Art // Friday, September 16, 2011
We are really enjoying all the cat murals that have been popping up lately.  This friendly feline was painted in Lyon, France, by artist, Jeff Soto who has been featured in Juxtapoz magazine many times in the past.

Fortress of Fortezza

Street Art // Thursday, September 15, 2011
“Begun under Francis I in the year 1833 – completed by Ferdinand I in the year 1838”, reads the Latin inscription over the gate of the fortress. In just five years, over 6,000 workers and soldiers built a blocking position at one of the narrowest points in the Eisack valley. It has the dimensions of a small town and, with a surface area of 20 hectares, is the largest fortification in the Alpine region."

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