The Sociable Weaver Bird's Nest documented by Dillon Marsh

Street Art // Saturday, February 23, 2013
In the Kalahari Desert, South Africa, a native bird called the Sociable Weaver Bird constructs massive nests attached to telephone poles out of twigs and grass. These birds acquired the word “Sociable” in their name as they are known to share their nests with several other species including owls, vultures, eagles, red-headed finches, ashy tits, familiar chats, and many more.

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: VOX

Graffiti // Friday, February 22, 2013
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Vox.

"Show Me Your Boobs" by Oclock

Street Art // Friday, February 22, 2013
The graffiti writer that goes by the name, Oclock, whose name has been associated with the Paris streets for a long time, switched his approach up entirely with this new billboard. “Show Me You Boobs” spelled out with a pair of eyes set to a spiraling background can be seen painted by the Parisian artist.

Remed paints in Khayelitsha, South Africa

Street Art // Friday, February 22, 2013
Remed is a multifaceted artist from Madrid, whose work we have highlighted several times here and has been featured in a lengthy interview in print (August 2012 printed issue).  He is currently participating in a month long residency created by the people at /A Word Of Art, where in his free time he has found some shacks to add his work to. This piece was painted in the informal township of Khayelitsha, located in Western Cape Town, South Africa.

Roids x Madsteez in Hawaii

Street Art // Thursday, February 21, 2013
Approved by a rainbow! Over the last week, a number of walls in Hawaii have been rejuvenated with new layers of paint from artists around the globe participating in the Pow Wow event. A colorful collaboration wall between California-based artist, Madsteez, and London-based graffiti artist, Roids, turned out nicely and this photo opportunity with a rainbow in the background makes for a great final touch.

Moneyless in Rome, Italy

Street Art // Thursday, February 21, 2013
Two new geometrical pieces under an overpass in Rome, Italy by Moneyless.

New Bast posters around Brooklyn

Street Art // Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Various designed posters from Brooklyn artist, Bast, have been popping up in different neighborhoods of New York. Many of these new pieces are highly abstract and display a series of new unique imagery from the artist. Most common are the manipulated faces which we favor most!

Portrait of Tame Iti by Askew

Street Art // Wednesday, February 20, 2013
In part of the Pow Wow event in Hawaii, New Zealand-based artist, Askew, painted this large portrait of Tame Ito; a controversial character known for his activism in support of the ingenious people of New Zealand. He has also had a handful of legal issues with the law, including doing some significant time due to weapon charges.

Issac Lin for the "The Alley Cat Project"

Street Art // Tuesday, February 19, 2013
In part of a public art project entitled “The Alley Cat Project”, Philadelphia-based artist, Issac Lin, created the following pieces that were installed in East Austin, TX alley. Organized by MASS Gallery, 12 site-specific artworks will be created and placed in various alleys over the next year in Austin’s older neighborhoods.

"All things that lived" illustration by Phlegm

Street Art // Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Phlegm’s been diligently working on a series of illustrations for an upcoming book project set to release soon. This newest drawing is of a large shelf containing a plethora of once living specimens in jars. One of his signature characters can be seen hanging from a ladder. More information of his book realease soon.

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