Deeper into Darkness

Street Art // Monday, May 23, 2011
With the Internet, one can upload their photos, watch as people comment, and remain anonymous.  Occasionally, we are itching for a little more information and background to ones work.  We recently stumbled on the following artist who has no identity that we can find.  These murals are exceptionally remarkable, are you familiar with this work?  

Kislow

Street Art // Monday, May 23, 2011
Another Ukrainian street artist, Kislow, creates phenomenal dream like murals. Heavily influenced by surrealist art, his work radiates of walls with his highly imaginative imagery.

Interesni Kazki

Street Art // Monday, May 23, 2011
Aec and Waone make up the gifted muralists by the name Interesni Kazki.  Based in Ukraine, Kiev, this duos work incorporates many symbolic images referencing religion, spiritualism, and science fiction.  

The Urban Tree House

Juxtapoz // Sunday, May 22, 2011
Living off the grid, not paying rent, and building our own tree house in the middle of the forest has always been enticing. It would be better to wake up in the city, jump out of your tree house and get on the bus to work. Occupants may have to be experienced palm tree climbers to get street side.

"Heroes" Anthony Lister print available soon from POW

Street Art // Saturday, May 21, 2011
POW is set to release a new limited print from Australian-born Anthony Lister.  The prints titled, "Heroes", will be Available in multiple color ways and will surely please his loyal fans.  

Guernica by Tuerie

Street Art // Friday, May 20, 2011
  One of the most recognizable paintings in history, “Guernica”, was replicated in the street.  An artist by the name of Tuerie, painted Pablo Picasso’s famous painting in excellent form.  

Urban Tree House

Street Art // Friday, May 20, 2011
Living off the grid, not paying rent, and building our own tree house in the middle of the forest has always been enticing.  It would be better to wake up in the city, jump out of your tree house and get on the bus to work.  Occupants may have to be experienced palm tree climbers to get street side.  

Remed

Street Art // Friday, May 20, 2011
French artist, Remed, creates painting combining references from the art nouveau movement and graphic design from the 70s.  He has recently taken on the medium of sculpting, but continues to put work in the street. Check out some of his newer work.  

Hang Nga

Street Art // Thursday, May 19, 2011
Hang Nga, or popularly known by locals as the "Crazy House", is a guesthouse designed by Vietnamese architect Dang Viet Nga in Vietnam.  Resembling a large hollowed out tree, the design uses non-rectilinear shapes, and was inspired by the work of Antoni Gaudi.  Many visitors have variously drawn correlations between the building and works of artists such as Walt Disney and Salvador Dali.  

In The wInd

Street Art // Thursday, May 19, 2011
Based out of Cagliari, Italy, Tellas, is an artist who subtly incorporates surrounding elements into their street work.  Tellas often incorporates monochromatic object's and nature to speak to the average passerby.  

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