New Curiot mural in Mexico City

Street Art // Tuesday, September 10, 2013
There has been a healthy amount of new muralists emerging from Mexico City in the last few years such as Saner, Smithe and the talented painter Curiot, who recently created the following mural. 

Low Bros @ City Leaks Festival

Street Art // Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Participating in the City Leaks Festival in Cologne, Germany, the art collective duo, Low Bros, painted one of the largest pieces we have seen from them yet. We love the sliced basketball eyes on this 8-bit looking character. Did you see our feature with Low Bros in the current October printed issue of Juxtapoz? 

New Roa Mural in Lodz, Poland

Street Art // Monday, September 09, 2013
Participating in the Fundacja Urban Forms Festival, the always-traveling vagabond artist, Roa, painted three ferrets (we think?) protecting their nest of eggs. One of the aspects of Roa’s work we admire most is his ability to utilize space to incorporate his animals. This particular piece is a perfect example of thoughtful placement.

Nunca @ Street-Art Brazil in Frankfurt, Germany

Street Art // Monday, September 09, 2013
Nunca along with Herber Baglione (who we just posted about) is also in Frankfurt, Germany participating in the Street-Art Brazil Festival.  After his paparazzi themed mural in Los Angeles, the Brazilian artist headed to Frankfurt, painting a giant portrait in his well-defined style resembling traditional woodcuts

Herbert Baglione paints a stream of silhouettes on plaza floor in Frankfurt, Germany

Street Art // Monday, September 09, 2013
The Street-Art Brazil Festival curated by Schirn Kunsthalle has kicked off in Frankfurt, Germany (September 5 – October 27).  Eleven artists from San Paulo and various other Brazilian cities have been invited to paint the streets of Frankfurt and more. One of the artists participating is Herbert Baglione, who we have covered much in the past and for good reason! Baglione continues his ongoing project 1000 Shadows by painting a swarm of haunting and eerie silhouettes on the floor of the famed Hauptwache plaza. Other artists we have covered in the past participating are Nunca, Vitche and Rimon Guimaraes.

New Saner Mural in Mexico

Street Art // Sunday, September 08, 2013
Mexican muralist, Saner, recently completed a new piece that looks straight out of a storybook in Ciudad Del Carmen, Mexico. The artist painted surreal purple plants on the left, while a masked person fishes among a number of creatures in red waters. Even bird with houses on top of their heads can be seeing passing by.

Doggie Diner Heads Crocheted by Olek in San Francisco

Street Art // Saturday, September 07, 2013
If you have lived in the Bay Area for any significant amount of time, chances are you have seen these three bizarre dog heads loitering around in various locations. They always pop up where you least expect them to be!  As if their presence was not strange enough already, crochet artist, Olek made a trip to San Francisco and added some serious colorm, transforming them into an impossible not to notice spectacle.

New Faith47 mural In Heerlen, Netherlands

Street Art // Friday, September 06, 2013
Last week, Faith 47 painted this stunning piece in Heerlen, Netherlands before she took off for Nuart in Norway, which we will have photos of very soon.

An Update with Hyuro

Street Art // Friday, September 06, 2013
We look the other way for just a second and Hyuro paints a bunch of walls. The always-active Valencia-based street artist was recently in Austria, Vienna, where she utilized an unusual wall to her advantage, painting women atop of various stacked furniture. Her other walls painted in Valencia depict women in odd situations, further investigating ideas based around women’s roles in society, empowerment and more.

HOTTEA Transforms Williamsburg bridge walkway into Rainbow tunnel

Street Art // Friday, September 06, 2013
The pedestrian walkway along the Williamsburg Bridge in New York was transformed into a tunnel-like rainbow experience courtesy of Minneapolis artist, HOTTEA. The installation which covers a large portion of the beginning of the Brooklyn side, consists of over 2000 strands of yarn and took over 11 hours to install with the help of assistants. Our predictions are that “Rituals” will likely remain until the city takes it upon themselves to remove it or some drunk thinks it’s amusing to mess it up, both plausible outcomes relevent to that location.

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