Remed Mural in Progress in Marseille, France

Street Art // Thursday, April 18, 2013
Spain-based fine artist and muralist, Remed, is currently working on a mural in Marseille, France that elegantly displays his unique lettering language using minimal color. The artist chose spray paint to create this large piece, which means the wall will likely be completed swiftly. Check back for some completed photos of the piece real soon. 

Picasso's "Guernica" used as inspiration for a new wall from VinZ

Street Art // Thursday, April 18, 2013
As of recent, the streets of Valencia, Spain have been seeing a slew of exceptional new work from a diverse group of artists. Regulars like Escif and Hyuro are constantly making thought provoking paintings, however another artist that calls Valencia home is VinZ. Inspired by Picasso’s well-known painting “Guernica,” his most recent painting comments on Spain’s current political, financial, and cultural situation, subjects many artist in this region are currently addressing in their work. 

C215 creates large Cat Portrait in Paris

Street Art // Thursday, April 18, 2013
There is no question after seeing this giant cat portrait painted by Parisian street artist, C215, that he is a die-hard feline fan. Often working in small scale using stencils, the artist switched his medium up using a hundred cans of spray paint and 40 liters of acrylic to create this mural at a busy intersection in Paris. Even though the size of the piece is considerably larger, C215 kept to the same stencil esthetic. This may be the largest cat we have seen, but maybe a bigger one exists somewhere? Any Clues? We want to see! 

New piece by Liliween in France

Street Art // Wednesday, April 17, 2013
French artist, Liliween, recently completed this seductive mural of en eye gazing out at its viewers near the city of Brest, France.

New AEC mural in Vodnjan, Croatia

Street Art // Wednesday, April 17, 2013
AEC of Interesni Kazki painted the following mural in participation with the Boombarstick Festival in Vodnjan, Croatia. Entitled “Glad Tidings,” this stunning dreamlike piece showcases the artist’s bizarre imagination and exceptionl skill in painting one of a kind murals. 

New M-City Mural in Valencia, Spain

Street Art // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Polish artist, M-City, is currently in Valencia, Spain where he painted this new architectural themed piece in a pleasantly minimal red, black, and white.

10,000 balloon sculpture by Jason Hackenwerth

Street Art // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
New York-based artist, Jason Hackenwerth, who uses balloons as his primary medium, recently created a 40-foot tall sculpture constructed of 40,000 balloons in just 6 days for the National Museum of Scotland. The piece is entitled “Pisces” is a complex spiral that opens into a seashell form and inspired by a double helix in which the artist says “It is the spiral in which all life is derived.”

"The discreet charm of the bourgeoisie" by Escif

Street Art // Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Named “The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie”after ‘70s French Film, Escif newest wall in Valencia, Spain is of a topless three-boobed lady, like something out of the movie Total Recall.

New Mural by Conor Harrington in London

Street Art // Monday, April 15, 2013
The Irish painter and muralist, Conor Harrington, quickly painted this monochromatic, colonial style portrait in London, UK the other day. Great stuff as usual.

New Hybrid Bird illustrations by Liqen

Street Art // Monday, April 15, 2013
What does a watermelon mixed with a toucan looks like? How about a bird with a telephone for a body? This new series of highly imaginative illustrations by Spanish artist, Liqen are dedicated to birds and were drawn while in Ecuador. The difference with these particular feathered and winged creatures is Liqen has drawn their bodies mixed with fruits, manmade objects, and various other geometric shapes. These illustrations will be published in a book this summer and we will have more information about that in the future.

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