New Mural from The Weird in Berlin

Street Art // Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Comprising of an assortment of artists working in a range of mediums, The Weird, has been creating some entertaining murals over the last few years. Collective members Low Bros, Dxtr, Vidam, Look, and Hrvb collaborated on the following wall in Berlin using plenty of purple, complimenting with the walls original color nicely.

Ericailcane in Niort, France

Street Art // Monday, October 29, 2012
Ericailcane’s stylized storybook illustrations of animals in humanlike situations remain a favorite on ours. His work at first appears childlike, but contains adult issues and context. This new piece containing ducks and oil cans was painted for the 4eme Mur Festival in Niort, France.

There's no train like your first train

Street Art // Monday, October 29, 2012
Train murals showing engines highballing down the tracks have been painted for decades by railroaders and enthusiasts alike, an image that never gets old in our opinion. This mural in particular is uniquely different from the standard type you may find with its mountains of railroad spikes. It was painted by Imminent Disaster, Larry Lorca, and Mania in Richmond, Va.

Judith Supine x Jesse Hazelip

Street Art // Saturday, October 27, 2012
Earlier this week, we posted news of Judith Supine’s work popping up around the streets of Brooklyn, something we hadn’t seen in some time.  Now, a number of Supine’s wheatpastes with the illustration work of Jesse Hazelip have found their way outside as well. The additional layering of cholo style tattoos on Supine’s characters makes for a completely different result, plenty more menacing! If you want to see them in person, we suggest walking through the streets of Williamsburg and look for the fluorescent green, not hard to miss.

VHILS IN RIO DE JANEIRO PART 2

Street Art // Friday, October 26, 2012
Creating stunning imagery from old, dusted, and dilapidated walls by chipping away at the surface, Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, continues to carve out his own medium in the streets. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil has been the artist’s recent canvas where he created two new pieces from the local weathered buildings exterior.

"You've Changed" Mural by Jesse Harris

Street Art // Friday, October 26, 2012
Toronto-based multi-disciplinary artist, Jesse Harris, who was recently included in a group show entitled “Permanent Demand” at Cooper Cole gallery, has completed a new mural in the West Queen Street Neighborhood of Toronto.  “You’ve Changed” is meant to comment on local gentrification of West Queen Street and to support a positive message to patients visiting the adjacent Centre from Addiction and Mental Health.

New Kofie Mural in Cape Town, South Africa

Street Art // Friday, October 26, 2012
Kofie’s newest show “Gather” opened a few weeks back at the Lovell Gallery in Cape Town, South Africa and while in town a collaboration mural was painted with local artist, Paul Senyoln.

Video: See No Evil 2012

Street Art // Thursday, October 25, 2012
In August, Bristol, Uk became a destination for international artists to participate in the See No Evil festival, transforming the walls along Nelson Street into a permanent art gallery. A new video has been released documenting the events and highlighting a number of artists who participated including Mark Bode, Nychos, M-City, Flying Fortress, She-One, Conor Harrington, Cheba, Inkie, and much more.  

Church Mural by Hense in Washington, D.C.

Street Art // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Atlanta-based graffiti writer, Hense, whose more recent artistic endeavors bear little resemblance to what he has been known for in the past, has completed a mural covering the entire facade of a historic church in Washington, D.C. The artist’s brightly colored abstractions and compositions bring new life to the buildings architecture and surrounding neighborhood.

8 new original Sam3 Drawings available

Street Art // Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Sam3 has made 8 new original drawing available directly through his website, all signed by the artist. Each piece is 16 x 22cm in size, comes on 370g paper, and were created using black ink, some with spray paint. Pick up a piece now before they are gone.

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