"Vicious Cycle" by Broken Fingaz

Street Art // Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Broken Fingaz recently painted this piece that resembles a postcard with the stamp at the top right and a large tag line that reads, “Escape through the bottlenesck! Vicious Cycle.” Death, illusion and reality.

JUXTAPOZ EDITORIAL INTERN WANTED

Street Art // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
There is an abundance of street art, public art and murals going up around the globe and we want your help! We are currently accepting applications for an Editorial Intern to contribute to our “Street Art” section and other possible opportunities. The ideal candidate is well-organized, proficient with blogging platforms (familiarity with RSS feeds extra helpful) and Photoshop, has excellent writing, grammar and punctuation skills, and lives in the surrounding New York area. They also should be capable of working independently aka self motivated! Let’s not forget an insightful and tasteful understanding of what’s currently happening in the realm of street art, with an interest in discovering underground, un-exposed artists.

HYURO IN PERPIGNAN, FRANCE part 2

Street Art // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Last week while participating in the “Bienal de Arte de in Perpignan” in Perpignan, France, Hyuro painted her first piecethat was the image of a women balancing on several brooms. Wasting no time, the Spanish artist went to work on another large wall, which you can see here. This time Hyuro painted a number of women expressing various emotions and gestures, all dressed in muted colors. 

New swoon pieces in Brooklyn

Street Art // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
Having recently completed her project on the famed Bowery and Houston wall in Manhattan, Swoon has taken back to the streets with some of her intricate wheatpastes. These two have recently popped up in Brooklyn.

Insa's Animated Gifs

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
We were all to happy hear from longtime Juxtapoz friend and art legend INSA, who has been traveling the world creating incredible animated GIFs. Capturing these massive murals frame by frame, INSA creates these captivating animations and we just can't get enough of them. Bridging the gap between public art and the Internet seems like an impossible challenge, but INSA is on it. See these GIF's in all their Internet glory after the jump.

Kitties amongst the rubble...

Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
These poor little innocent kitties were placed in the hazardous rubble by Canadian artist, Jesse Olwen. We will pray for their safety.

New Mural by Alexis Diaz in Las Vegas

Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
Participating in the Life Is Beautiful Festival, Puerto Rican artist, Alexis Diaz, painted the otherworldly image of a hybrid snail/skull/nest amidst a colorful picturesque background. The skull with a lit cigarette in its mouth has a crack in the top, making for a nest with bird resting inside.

Os Gemeos x Mark Bode in São Paulo

Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
On a well-lit corner in the street of São Paulo, Brazil, local hometown heroes, Os Gemeos, take visiting legendary artist, Mark Bode, out for some painting. Both artist painted renditions of their staple characters, Bode’s was accompanied with the words “a policia ta vindo!” meaning the “police are coming!”

New Mural by Fintan Mcgee in Jakarta, Indonesia

Street Art // Monday, November 04, 2013
In this surreal new mural, Fintan Mcgee has painted an ant holding a monorail pillar on its back while atop of a leaf. A wooden house can be seen in the distance on another leaf, both floating on a yellow and black striped body of liquid. This piece was painted somewhere in Jakarta, Indonesia.

"Highlander System" by Kofie

Street Art // Saturday, November 02, 2013
Los Angeles-based artist, Kofie, has been painting abstract geometric shapes and forms long before it became fashionable among the current wave of street artists. Loosely influenced by architectural drafting, Kofie’s work is rich in composition and detail. This piece entitled “Highlander System” was painted at the corner of Highland and Melrose in Los Angeles, with spraypaint and acrylic.

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