Vilks paints some new things...

Street Art // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
We don’t know much about the Parisian artist who goes by the name Vilks, other than they have a wild imagination when it comes to painting. The mysterious artist recently painted two trains and a wall in their comic book, things-are melting-and-distorting kind of way.

Fintan Magee x Knarf in Vienna, Austria

Street Art // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Three of Fintan Magee’s characters help rebuild and shape an abstract Vienna as depicted by his collaborator Knarf. The two created this mural in the Donaukanal area, which essentially is the main water channel that runs through the city of Vienna.

Ericailcane x Bastardilla in Italy Part 2

Street Art // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Last week, Ericailcane and Bastardilla combined efforts painting a large wall for the Icone5.9 Festival in Modeni, Italy. The two varying styles of each of these artists complement and blend well with each other, creating a very natural-looking collaboration. Their new mural shows Ericailcane’s menacing bunnies burning a car with the help of a matchbox held by Bastardilla’s bright orange-red character.

Phlegm @ Bloop Festival

Street Art // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Is that a semi-futuristic version of the Tin Man with a variety of specimens in his head? For the Bloop Festival in Ibiza, Spain, Phlegm painted this large character in his typical monochromatic palette.

Broken Fingaz in Russia

Street Art // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Broken Fingaz Crew, one of Isreal’s most talented muralists, have just spent 3 weeks in Russia and painted this stunning portrait of a man holding a two-headed chicken. Great choice of color use on this one.

Vhils in the Portuguese Azores

Street Art // Monday, July 22, 2013
Participating in the Walk & Talk Festival, Vhils chiseled away this portrait on an old dilapidated wall on the São Miguel  Island in the Portuguese Azores.

Alexis Diaz paints a hybrid animal in London

Street Art // Monday, July 22, 2013
It’s difficult to fully appreciate the fine detail in the work of Alexis Diaz (La Pandilla) without viewing it in person. Thousands of brush strokes are made to create his animal-based imagery. His newest wall in London is a hybrid of an elephant, with lengthy octopus arms for tusks painted in his signature monochromatic style. 

JUXTAPOZ EDITORIAL INTERN WANTED

Street Art // Saturday, July 20, 2013
There is an abundance of street art, public art and murals going up around the globe and we want your help! We are currently accepting applications for an Editorial Intern to contribute to our “Street Art” section and other possible opportunities. The ideal candidate is well-organized, proficient with blogging platforms and Photoshop, has excellent writing, grammar and punctuation skills, and lives in the surrounding New York area. Let’s not forget an insightful and tasteful understanding of what’s currently happening in the realm of street art.

Severed hand by Nunca

Street Art // Friday, July 19, 2013
A few weeks ago, the rolldown of the 33Third graffiti supply shop on Melrose in Los Angeles got a new paint job from Nunca.  In his signature style, the San Paulo-based artist painted a severed hand with a cut off finger lying in a pool of blood. 

Where's Roa?

Street Art // Friday, July 19, 2013
Previously “Where’s Waldo?” changed appropriately to “Where’s Roa?” The traveling muralist is currently in Malaga, Spain, where he completed yet another large monochromatic mural with his lovable animals as subjects.

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