OffTheWall.Tv with Neckface Part 1

Street Art // Friday, July 22, 2011
Here is the newest installment from OffTheWall.tv featuring Neckface.  Interested in stories of demoni mice fighting till the death?  Here it is.

In Street Art: The Work of Nelio

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 22, 2011
France-based street artist and illustrator, Nelio, incorporates geometrical designs and shapes to create soothing murals in the public.

Back Talk: A Conversation with Various and Gould

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 21, 2011
Collaborators since 2005, this Berlin Street Art / fine art duo loves paper, public space, and a planned form of accidental beauty. Using techniques of screen print and collage, their figurative experiments dip into the nostalgic future and the ridiculous; together they toil as self-styled enthusiastic workers in a robot factory.

Shoe House

Street Art // Thursday, July 21, 2011
Show salesman, Mahlon Haines, built the Shoe House in 1948 as an advertising gimmick .  The house, which is 25 feet tall and contains five stories, was once rented out to couples, and is now open for public tours.

Buff Diss

Street Art // Thursday, July 21, 2011
  Known for using masking tape to create work, Melbourne-based artist, Buff Diss, constructs subtle and engaging work in the street.  Buff Diss collaborated with artist Clemens Behr in making the following circle installation using an assortment of materials and mediums.  

Nelio

Street Art // Thursday, July 21, 2011
France-based street artist and illustrator, Nelio, incorporates geometrical designs and shapes to create soothing murals in the public.

108

Street Art // Thursday, July 21, 2011
Italian-born street artist, 108, recently painted this unusual abstract shape in the streets of Modena.

Mash Out

Street Art // Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Ride a bike everyday.  If you draw bikes, paint bikes, build bikes, or ride bikes I applaud your excellent work.  Fisheye, distorted bike view painted on a wall?  Nicely done.

Tree of Happiness

Street Art // Wednesday, July 20, 2011
When all else fails, when the city has got you down, resort back to nature to lend some guidance.  A simple tree by an unknown artist, reminiscent of Margaret Kilgallen's nature work.

Tsk Tsk

Street Art // Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Berlin-based street artist, Tsk Tsk, creates intriguing work with acrylic and spray paint in abandoned buildings.

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