Princess Peach mosaic by Invader

Street Art // Friday, November 01, 2013
Allegedly, Invader was arrested while installing this Princess Peach mosaic in the Lower East Side in Manhattan the other night. Although, it looks complete so when was he exactly apprehended? We really don’t think it’s important whether or not this happened; we really just like the piece. And remember if you’re doing illegal street work in the police state that is New York, the probability of you getting arrested it high. So don’t be so surprised. It happens often. The building owner has taken it down with its fate unknown.

New work from Aris

Street Art // Thursday, October 31, 2013
The elegant abstract formation paintings of Italian artist, Aris, are unmistakable in comparison to the majority of work current being created outside. The artist has updated his Flickr with some new work primarily on trains and one on an old rusty water tank.

New piece by Xuan Alyfe

Street Art // Thursday, October 31, 2013
Over the last few years, we have witnessed Xuan Alyfe’s slow, but natural progression from very small-scale murals to large, and no matter the size, the Spanish artist’s work consistently incorporates precise and meticulous detail. In this newest piece, the artist has stuck with a distinct color palette, working with geometric abstractions and other surreal imagery.

Banksy "Better Out Than In" Full Recap

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 31, 2013
And so you have it, 31 days in October, 31 pieces/moments of art from Banksy, one city that is New York, and now it is over. Whether you loved it, hated it, felt inspired by it, Banksy took over the art world (well, pop culture world, really) for a month on the biggest stage, and left piece #31 and its companion audio as a reminder of why street art, graffiti, public art, whatever it is you want to call it, in whatever form you find it, do it, see it, is an important historical identifier of who we are as humans... enjoy a little recap of Better Out Than In. 

"Ratcore" by GR170

Street Art // Wednesday, October 30, 2013
“Ratcore” is the title to GR170’s newest piece painted with rollers in an abandoned building somewhere in Spain.

An update with 1010

Street Art // Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Today we check out what Germany-based, minimalist artist, 1010, has been up to recently. Aside from his exceptional amount of design work, he’s kept busy painting abstract walls and some abnormal serpent-shaped figures.

Swoon Bowery Wall Completed

Street Art // Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Swoon in collaboration with the Groundswell Community Mural Project (Misha Tyutyunik and Yana Dimitrova contributing work), has completed her Hurricane Sandy memorial piece at the famed Bowery and Houston wall in Manhattan. This week marks the one-year anniversary of Sandy’s landfall and the subsequent destruction left in the aftermath. The optimistic phrases “People helping people” and “Rise above the challenge” accompany the beautiful collage-style work.

Video: Widewalls Mallorca, Easter 2013

Street Art // Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Over Easter weekend in the little bay town of Cala Portals in Mallorca, Spain, a group of nine artists came together to paint the interior and exterior of a large derelict cafe/ice-cream parlor set for future demolition. With a time restraint of 48 hours and access to 700 spray paint cans, this group of artists worked for two days straight painting as much as they possibly could. Check out this video documenting the process and ideas behind this project that included artists such a Dotmasters, Conor Harrington, Loomit, Sickboy and others.

New mural by Jaz in Villa Soriano, Uruguay

Street Art // Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Jaz has returned to South America where he just participated in the Residence VATELÓN located in the rural area of the department of Soriano, Uruguay. Sticking with his often used simple red color palette, Jaz painted one of his signature large cats, with it’s stripes literally blending into the landscape.

New mural by Escif in Moscow, Russia

Street Art // Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Assisting the Moscow government in some positive propaganda, Escif painted this giant saluting hand for an event humorously titled “The best city on the earth.” After the initial sketch was denied, the Spanish artist went with what he calls a “friendlier idea,” which was then approved by a panel. Apparently, the wall is located in close proximity to a famous bathhouse where many of the wealthy elite go to relax and as Escif puts it, “share some vodka and caviar with friends.”

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