Video: Dominant Species by ROA

Street Art // Friday, November 30, 2012
“I will only paint native species in a country, unless it were relevant to the location, like an abandoned zoo or something” Roa has painted native species large and small around the glob and is the subject of MOCAtv’s newest segment entitled “Dominant Species.” Roa’s thoughts on the world around him, humans relationship with animals, and art, are narrated by a traditional documentary voice.  

Buenos Aryz, Argentina

Street Art // Thursday, November 29, 2012
A Juxtapoz favorite and all around skilled young painter, Aryz, has just completed a new mural in Buenos Aires for Meeting of Styles. A stylish clothed purple horse is seen riding a bike, with a top hat and pipe floating close. The artist chose wonderful colors for this particular large wall. Keep an eye out for something special with Aryz in an upcoming printed issue of Juxtapoz.

Top 25 Banksy Pieces

Top List // Thursday, November 29, 2012
Love him, hate him, Banksy will always draw some sort of polarizing opinion. Most people will recognize that the man has wit that reaches the ends of the earth, while others think he is an overrated phenomenon that does not deserve the hype. Where do we stand? Well, simple; what other artist creates such a buzz, such a circus of excitement and debate every time they produce a new street piece or exhibition? Banksy creates EVENTS...  

New Dal Mural in Cape Town, South Africa

Street Art // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Dal made great use of space when painting a mural on this building in Cape Town, South Africa. His unique ribbon-styled animals are sprinkled around the building trying to get to the top where a crowned lion is luring them.

New Hyuro painting in Spain

Street Art // Wednesday, November 28, 2012
A new piece from Spanish muralist, Hyuro, shows the backside of a sitting women looking at small noosed figure.

Escif's newest mural once location of large Blu piece

Street Art // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
In the left corner of this wall where Escif’s new “Security” piece was painted, you can see a tiny portion of where a Blu mural once was. A large building previously existed here, with this small wall being all that is left. Check out the photos from before and after of this Tudela, Spain location.

2 new Deuce 7 drawings on trains

Street Art // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Nobody is creating the kind of drawings Deuce 7 is on trains, nobody. If you ever have a chance encounter of seeing one, you will know why we would make such a bold statement. A lot of time is spent on each drawing, it’s apparent. Consider yourself fortunate to catch one in person.

Deer drawing with chalk by Philippe Baudelocque

Street Art // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Chalk is one of the most temporal mediums to use in the streets and the weapon of choice for Paris-based artist, Philippe Baudelocque. In the past, we have posted several of the artists intricately drawn animals, composed of complex designs and patterns. We get excited when something new from Baudelocque pops up, this fawn well worth the wait.

Alley Painting by Other

Street Art // Tuesday, November 27, 2012
A two headed character wearing a brightly colored sweater painted by Canadian artist, Other.

Roa paints Native Australian Animals Down Under

Street Art // Monday, November 26, 2012
In Australia for his solo exhibition “Carrion” at Backwoods Gallery, Roa unsurprisingly already painted a few spots with his black and white animals. The native mountain pygmy possum and platypus were both subjects of the artist’s newest walls in Victora. For a possum, it sure looks adorable and huggable.

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