Dog Bark Park Inn

Street Art // Thursday, August 01, 2013
The town of Cottonwood, Idaho has one of the most bizarre aka ridiculous hotels you will see. A giant beagle serves as a bed and breakfast-style guesthouse, accommodating up to four people and we wouldn’t be surprised if food was served in doggie bowls. Constructed by its owners, Dennis and Frances, the couple also sells mini chainsaw dog sculptures on site. The beagle is open for business most of the yea (Apriil 1 – October 31) except winter.

"My gallery is the street" by ZED1

Street Art // Thursday, August 01, 2013
ZED1 has been feverishly painting mural after mural lately, with this new one in Oslo, Norway entitled “My Gallery is The Street.”

An update with Jaz

Street Art // Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Franco Fasoli aka Jaz has recently painted three new murals in his hometown of Buenos Aires, Argentina,one being a collaboration with Spanish artist, Hyuro. Each of these new murals has varying themes, but all share simplistic images and color palette.

"Revolver" by Mimmo Rubino

Street Art // Wednesday, July 31, 2013
We would prefer more cement trucks to look like this one painted by Italian artist Mimmo Rubino aka Rub Kandy, opposed to the industry standard white, beige and various other mundane colors. Using spray paint and a steady hand, Rubino lets the mixer spin doing most of the labor.

"The Language of the Wall" by Brassai

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 31, 2013
The desire to draw in public, carve your name into a wall or a park bench goes back pretty far. Lets just say forever, I mean, cave paintings? However, we do always find it interesting to see what kind of public/street art was going on throughout history. Brassai, a Hungarian sculptor, photographer and filmmaker who is best known for his nighttime photographs in Paris during the early 20th century spent three decades documenting wall carvings and markings which he titled "The Language of the Wall." Fascinating!

Herbert Baglione paints abandoned psychiatric hospital

Street Art // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
By painting haunting and eerie silhouettes on the floors, walls and ceilings,Herbert Baglione has gaurenteed that anyone who steps foot in this abandoned psychiatric hospital in Parma, Italy will be spooked tenfold. The ghostly figures are part of the artist’s ongoing 1000 Shadows project and are brilliantly juxtaposed with the vacant wheelchairs in these photos.

New mural by Alexis Diaz in Paris, France

Street Art // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
It’s been difficult to keep up with the amount of walls Alexis Diaz has been painting as of recent. The Puerto Rican artist has been dropping new pieces left and right, this most recent one featuring a flying whale ship and a lock key heart for a mast.

Street Art Inspired by the Glitch by Krzysztof Syruć

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Over the last couple of months we've seen glitch-inspired art in everything from furniture to tapestries. Today we take a look at some impressive Glitch-inspired street art by Polish artist and former architecture student Krzysztof Syruc.

New Other mural in Sheboygan, Wisconsin

Street Art // Monday, July 29, 2013
Painted entirely with the slow application of oil sticks, Canadian artist, Other, created this monchromatic mural for “The Sheboygan Project” at End Park in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

Wall Therapy 2013 - Part 3

Street Art // Saturday, July 27, 2013
As the clouds generously give cover from the glaring sun here in Rochester, NY, many artists finalize their walls, while some ambitiously attempt to squeeze in another before they depart. We began the day by walking some old dead train tracks where we caught up with ROA who was painting a baby chick on the side of two abandoned siloes. From there we set off across town to photograph walls painted by a number of artists that includes Lady Pink, Smith, Wise Two, Bile, Range, Change, Pose2, Binho, Ever, Jessie, Katie and St. Monci. More reports from Wall Therapy tomorrow you ask? Yes indeed. Check back then!

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