Our friends Anthony Lister and Volcom have teamed up for a special capsule collection, and a little timelapse video of works in progress.
Justin Hager, Tim Lahan, and Friends of Type have created posters for a one night only event of Oasis: Supersonic playing in theaters nationwide.
GQ introduces Kendrick Lamar to Rick Rubin and 50 minutes of magic happens.
Our friends at Victory Journal have produced a brilliant animation short by James Blagden that combines art, sports, storytelling, animation, and the 1986 Mets.
Stephen Knapp is an American artist best known as the creator of lightpaintings, which have been called one of the first new art mediums of the twenty-first century. Watch these incredible installati
When we showed the work of French street artist OaKoAk last year, readers loved the playful nature of the artist's public street art. Brazilian duo, The 6emeia Project, does a very similar thing; tak
New walls from street artist, Laguna, including a contorted bicycle rider and a deranged one headed, two bodied painting. Coming all the way from Senegal...
The good people of Buenos Aires Street Art just sent us new pics of Italian artist Blu's fourth and newest mural painted in the Argentina capital. The mural features "a river of money flowing through
Is it madness or a dance going on with these two characters, accompanied by some geese and spectators? Things are a slight bit abnormal here.
Australian street artist, Fintan Magee painted the following in Moorooka, Brisbane.
Spanish street artist and all-around clever thinker, Escif, paints a dark scene of bloody suitcases in Valencia, Spain.
New miniature painting from Spanish artist, Xuan Alyfe with plenty of his recurring cryptic imagery.
This would look great on the bottom of a skateboard or a t-shirt, or an old abandoned wall with moss growing on it.
We are huge admirers of Liqen; it’s obvious with the amount of posts we dedicate to his work. He executes smooth lines, unique imagery, and clever concepts. Not until a third viewing did we not
A few years back Deuce Seven would use a number of colors and paint strange characters on the side of trains, this being one. You won’t find much color in his work now, but it’s interesting to
Spanish artist, Escif gives a brief explanation to this site-specific painting on an old German fort, “The battery Karola was built between 1942 and 1944 by the German navy. On 12 September 1944, t
Italy-based artist, E1000 adds colorful patterns and life to mundane, everyday locations.