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.

Broken Fingaz around London

Street Art // Monday, February 18, 2013
Last month, Tant and Unga of the Broken Fingaz Crew sprinkled some black and white pieces around the streets of London.

"Health Service" watercolor by Escif

Street Art // Monday, February 18, 2013
Spanish artist, Escif, paints an ambulance flipped over and burning in this watercolor piece.

"Bad Dog" sculpture outside OCMA by Richard Jackson

Street Art // Sunday, February 17, 2013
A giant black Labrador is currently peeing yellow paint onto a wall outside the Orange County Museum of Art. The sculpture created by 73-year-old artist, Richard Jackson, is part of his retrospective exhibition “Ain’t Painting a Pain” which is on view until May 5, 2013. Jackson was recently featured in our February 2013 printed issue of Juxtapoz. Remember his show “The Little Girl’s Room” a few years back that was quote the spectacle?

Skinner, Griffin One, and Ernest Doty mural in Oakland

Street Art // Saturday, February 16, 2013
Over the last few weeks, the exterior of a warehouse in Oakland has seen the resurrection of an assortment of mythologica creatures including ogres, demons, gnomes and other unidentifiable characters from the dark world. The creators of this imaginary existence include Juxtapoz’s friend Skinner, Griffin One, and Ernest Doty. If you are in the Bay Area this piece can be found at 24th and Mandela parkway in Oakland.

La Pandilla in Los Angeles

Street Art // Friday, February 15, 2013
The popular street of Abbot Kinney in Venice Beach, California has a new mural by La Pandilla on the exterior of the Roosterfish Bar. Go check it out in person if your in L.A. at 1302 Abbot Kinney Blvd Venice, CA 90291.

Video: Kurt Vile - Wakin On A Pretty Daze cover art documentary featuring Steve Powers

Street Art // Friday, February 15, 2013
We previously reported that for Kurt Vile’s newest album he enlisted the expertise of fellow Philadelphian sign painter/wordsmith artist, Steve Powers aka ESPO. The album titled “ Waking On a Pretty Daze” will incorporate Powers artwork on the cover and in the packaging from a mural he painted in Philly. A short documentary was created on the making of this mural. It includes some of the ideas behind the visual imagery and vocabulary Powers chose to use and incorporate on the wall.

Video: “MAGIC IS REAL!"

Street Art // Friday, February 15, 2013
Bedrock.LA recording studio in Los Angeles had a massive (11,000 square feet) makeover last September with the help of artist collective, Cyrcle, making it one of the largest murals in the Los Angeles area. “MAGIC IS REAL!” is a video that documents the process of this endeavor and worth a watch.

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