3 new murals by Zed1 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Street Art // Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Participating at the Galore Festival in Copenhagen, Denmark, Italian painter, Zed1, outdid himself creating three strong murals all starring his signature plumped-faced characters. One was titled “Looking for contact”  and another "sacrifice for creation." Check out these photos of all of them.

Video: Wall Therapy

Street Art // Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Last month, Juxtapoz had the fortunate opportunity to attended Wall therapy in Rochester, NY. We can’t help but smile when reminiscing over our experience there and all the wonderful people we met. Videographer and photographer, Rosanna Bach, was also in attendance documenting some of the artists and gathering their thoughts. Check out this new video she just released on Wall Therapy.

Living Walls - Part 4

Street Art // Tuesday, August 20, 2013
As we reflect on the eventful week spent in Atlanta for the fourth edition of Living Walls, exhaustion kicks in. On our final two days we were able to see all the walls come to completion, which included the finishing of 3ttman, Nanook, Trek Mathews, and Roti’s walls. We attended a lecture series that took place on the 27th floor at the top of W Hotel that featured speakers and an artist panel all centered around urbanism and the use of public space. On the final day the main focus quickly shifted to getting the closing party ready that was to be held at the Goat Farm...

Clemens Behr x Low Bros in Lithuania

Street Art // Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Low Bros and Clemens Behr who all hail from Berlin, are in Lithuania where they have collaborated on a large outdoor installation for the Satta Outside Festival on the Lithuanian coast. Behr who works with basic building and recycled materials brought an interesting new perspective to one of the Los Bros characters.

Wise 2 x Joel Artista

Street Art // Monday, August 19, 2013
Kenya-based artist, Wise 2 and Brooklyn-based artist, Joel Artista, recently participated in the Jersey Fresh Jam in New Jersey and combined efforts to paint the following wall.

Living Walls 2013 - Part 3

Street Art // Friday, August 16, 2013
The sun now completely covered by grey clouds has given us some much desired cool down time on our third day here in Atlanta for the Living Walls Conference. After last nights block party in the Edgewood neighborhood where a large crowd congregated in front of Roti’s wall for a hazy late night of celebration in the streets, we wouldn’t be surprised if everyone had a more sluggish start than usual today. 

Nychos x Dxtr in Denmark

Street Art // Friday, August 16, 2013
Nychos who has been on a world spray tour as of recent (He apparently doesn’t sleep for how many walls he’s been cranking out) is now in Copenhagen, Denmark participating in the Galore Festival. With his crewmate, DXTR, the two painted an epic sliced and diced animal that has a cool mint blue colored skin.

Roa paints decomposing coyote in Brooklyn

Street Art // Friday, August 16, 2013
After we just saw Roa in Rochester, NY for Wall Therapy, he is now in Brooklyn where he just finished painting a decomposing coyote on the side of Pandemic Gallery. No stranger to making use of awkward spaces, Roa made great use here by going above the door and made the animals tail extend on to the rolldown.

LIVING WALLS 2013 - Part 2

Street Art // Thursday, August 15, 2013
On our second day in Atlanta for the Living Walls Conference, we walked out of our hotel straight into the beautiful Piedmont Park, which is as pristine and well-manicured a public park can get. From there we caught up with some more wall action, first checking out Agostino Lacurci’s vibrant painting of a character sitting in a chair accompanied by four masked dogs. Then we saw Jaz’s first mural painted for the conference: a stunning piece involving bulls around a fire in the woods, creating a serene but dark overall ambiance. 

Pablo S. Herrero in Salamanca, Spain

Street Art // Thursday, August 15, 2013
Working on a series of murals based on the color red in Salamanca, Spain, Pablo S. Herrero just completed his third and fourth paintings of the project. Both pieces incorporate the silhouettes of tree branches in a very simplistic approach using only red and black.

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