Saner in "Mexico Street Art" in Spain

Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 04, 2011
As we are preparing an extensive feature in the magazine on Mexican artist, Saner, we asked him to send some images of his and others work in a new show in Elche, Alicante, Spain, "Mexico Street Art." Saner, Dhear, Seher, and Sego are all in the show in Spain.

Remed in Tennessee

Street Art // Friday, June 03, 2011
Paris-based artist, Remed, made his way overseas to Memphis, Tennessee and painted this large wall titled “This Is Me, This Is You, This Is We”.

Dark Secrets

Street Art // Friday, June 03, 2011
France-based street artist, Iemza, paints monochromatic abstract creatures in abandoned sites.  

Art Science Museum

Street Art // Friday, June 03, 2011
The world’s first Art Science Museum will soon open in Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands Casino.  Designed by architect Moshie Safadie, the museum’s roof will channel rainwater through the central atrium of the building creating a 35-meter water drop into a small pool. The rainwater is then recycled for use in the building’s restrooms.  Smart!  There will be 21 gallery spaces that exhibit art and science, media and technology to design and architecture.  

Surreal & Simple

Street Art // Thursday, June 02, 2011
Many talented street artists have been appearing from Sweden lately.  Here is a new wall by Simple in Gothenburg, a gold tooth character with an oversized grill.

Sorrow Floats

Street Art // Thursday, June 02, 2011
At first glance one could easily think this photo is digitally rendered, however it is actually a painted wooden sculpture placed outside.  Constructed by a duo that goes by the name Paper Twins, this is a lovely tribute to one of the oldest moniker artists, Colossus of Roads.  

House on a House

Street Art // Thursday, June 02, 2011
To coincide with a previous post where Spanish artist, Escif, painted a fence behind a fence, we now have a house on a house. Straightforward and effective.

New Liqen mural

Street Art // Thursday, June 02, 2011
Spanish muralist, Liqen, continues his adventures through Mexico painting this mesmerizing mural on the side of a cafe in Guadalajara.  Naming the mural “Biciqueleto”, Liquen stated these words with the mural, “In this world, sadly, how hard is to do well, if you do things quickly, without enjoyment, without desire, and evil, you will put a statue in a square, a medal or at least the name of a street.”

Human Netsphere

Street Art // Monday, May 30, 2011
  Spanish muralist, Liqen, recently finished this exceptional illustration for Dios Ke Te Crew, a hip-hop group from his native hometown.  With each new creation, Liqen seduces us into his bizarre language, this being the web of mechanical humans levitating in open space.

Nomadismo & Sedentarismo

Street Art // Sunday, May 29, 2011
Wonder if this new Escif wall will be semi-censored like his previous walls with text in them?  We feel there is a lack of Siamese horses in general and we support their existence to the fullest.


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