Why Graffiti writers hate street artists according to Lush

Street Art // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
According to Lush (we can’t say we fully agree with these sentiments), these may be some viable reasons as to why graffiti writers hate street artists. Everyone has a different perspective on the matter, but we are sure some of you can identify with these?

"Lost Keys" by Fintan Magee

Street Art // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Australian muralist, Fintan Magee, recently finished this mural in Brisbane of a beak wearing man chasing a goose with a key in its mouth. 

New Hyuro painting in Aries, France

Street Art // Tuesday, September 24, 2013
The image of a woman with her back turned and head through a small table is the subject of Spain-based artist, Hyruo’s newest painting. Over time, the artist’s work has increasingly become more minimalistic and mysterious, leaving viewers with unanswered questions of meaning. We love the wall and placement that was chosen for this particular piece.

New Malarky x Gold Peg mural in Belfast, Ireland

Street Art // Monday, September 23, 2013
For those of you who enjoy your art playful, goofy and the complete opposite of serious, we share with you this new collaboritve mural by Malarky and Gold Peg in Belfast, Ireland.

Chazme 718 x Sepe @ CityLeaks Festival

Street Art // Monday, September 23, 2013
Polish artists, Chazme 718 and Sepe, collaborated on this visually intriguing mural for the CityLeaks Festival in Cologne, Germany. Sepe contributed four lanky limbed characters running in a circle around various architectural components created by Chazme 718.

"Circulations in the Tenderloin" by Kofie

Street Art // Monday, September 23, 2013
Kofie who we have featured extensively over the years, recently completed a new mural in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco entitled "Circulations in the Tenderloin." An original sign (Patek-Ecklon) appears at the top of the wall that was originally painted in the mid ‘40s. Kofie made the decision to leave the signage (good call) and work around it painting abstract geometric designs and shapes. You can see the mural in person at the corner of Larking and Polk if you find yourself in San Francisco.

Banksy: “Better Out Than In”

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 23, 2013
We were wondering when Banksy would make an appearance again, as it has been over a year since the last London Olympics pieces. And then today, via the artist's website, the world was served an announcement of sorts of something happening in October 2013. 

2 new Wais murals in Russia

Street Art // Saturday, September 21, 2013
Russian graffiti artist, Wais, has been branching out from traditional letter piecing, exploring his capabilities in painting large-scale buildings. Using a vibrant color palette with abstract shapes and formations, this newer body of work appears to be executed very well.

New Mural by Curiot for Proyecto Frágil

Street Art // Friday, September 20, 2013
Participating in the Proyecto Frágil, Mexico-based artist, Curiot, added this fantastic piece to the exterior of an abandoned building. Apparently the building will soon be demolished making for a brief life span.

"Thanks for nothing" @ Known Gallery

Street Art // Thursday, September 19, 2013
Last weekend, Brooklyn-based surrealist artist, Judith Supine, opened a solo exhibition entitled “Thanks for Nothing” at Known Gallery in Los Angeles. Initially, the artist captured people’s attention with his unique standout work illegally placed in the streets of Brooklyn, but now Supine primarily focuses on creating work intended for indoor viewing. Working in various mediums surrounding collage, this exhibition plays on a number of themes including death, BDSM and fetishisms. On display are over eighty original miniatures along with six large-scale paintings. Here are some photos of what was shown and be sure to check it out through September 28, 2013.