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.

Fintan Mcgee in Dublin, Ireland

Street Art // Thursday, August 15, 2013
A giant character sitting amongst a variety of fruits can be seen reading a letter. This new piece by Fintan Mcgee was painted illegally in Dublin, Ireland.

Living Walls 2013 - Part 1

Street Art // Wednesday, August 14, 2013
On our first day in Atlanta aka The ATL, Hotlanta or A-Town, we toured around to some of the walls checking out the muralists as they endure the summer heat and lay some paint down. First we got to view some walls by famed-photographer, JR that had been done the week prior before the conference kicked off. After that we caught up with 3ttman as he worked on a massive wall packed full of playful and vibrant colored imagery. Then we saw walls from Inti, Jaz, Know Hope and Roti in collaboration with Jaz. Our night ended at a” mansion party” and in true southern style, it had the largest porch we have had the opportunity to loiter on! Check back tomorrow for more updates! 

"PAJARO COSMICO" by Remed in Chicago

Street Art // Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Working with the National Museum Of Mexican Art, Remed did a fantastic job painting with this new mural in Pilsen, Chicago. The French-born, Spain-based artisloaded the piece with vibrant colors and geometric shapes and patterns on a black background. It was created using spray paint and acrylic.

Nychos x Smithe in Brooklyn

Street Art // Wednesday, August 14, 2013
This insanely detailed painting of some sort of dissected cyborg animal was the result of Nychos and Smithe collaborating in Bushwick, Brooklyn. It was the first time these two had worked together and saying their styles compliment each other is surely an understatement.

Living Walls 2013

Street Art // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Hello Atlanta! Juxtapoz has made its way down south to cover the 4th annual Living Walls Conference and we are especially excited for this year’s festivities. Over the next couple of days, we will be bringing you exclusive coverage of the murals being painted by local and international artists, as well as the various other activities involved such as block parties, lectures, gallery exhibits, bike tours and more! Check back tomorrow for our first installment from the ATL.

Alex one paints wall at Histoire D'un Mur

Street Art // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Every week through the summer a wall at the Histoire D'un Mur in Nantes, France is painted by someone new, inviting visitors to revisit the location and watch the transformation. The most recent participant to paint was Parisian artist, Alex One. A chaotic scene of bizarre characters and animals can be seen painted in broad range of colors set to a black background.  

Nick Mann x Dan Bortz

Street Art // Tuesday, August 13, 2013
A lengthy corrugated fence received a makeover job packed full of color and detail from artists Dan Bortz (J Because) and Nick Mann (Doodles). A variety of faces, eyeballs, geometric patterns, and the words “We all have a calling” now cover the facade of the once beige fence.

An Update with Hyuro

Street Art // Monday, August 12, 2013
Since we last checked in with Hyuro (which really wasn’t too long ago) some new news has happened. Can you guess what that may be? To no surprise, it’s a bunch of new simple thought provoking paintings created in her hometown of Valencia, Spain. Images of flag holding, shark carrying, looking down the barrel of a gun women. 

Sand Calligraphy by Andrew Van Der Merwe

Street Art // Sunday, August 11, 2013
Using writing instruments specifically for sand and techniques learned from over 20 years of being a calligrapher, CapeTown, South Africa artist, Andrew Van Der Merwecreates elegant sand drawings. Speaking on his practice, "The work is usually very temporal, often lasting no more than an hour before it is taken by the wind or the tide. I carve the letters in the sand using various instruments and then photograph them with my Nikon D700. I leave no footprints and the tide leaves me with a clean slate.”

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