Posts Tagged ‘Street Art’
Supertouch buddy Mr Andre (aka: Mr A, aka: Andre Saraiva, aka: French Elvis) is back in action on the streets of Paris... Read More
Supertouch buddy Chor Boogie's giant Boombox mural for the late Tony Goldman's Wynwood Walls project in Miami is straight-up incredible...
French street artist Space Invader summoned a rainbow in Paris with his new Pink Panther tile piece on the first day of spring...
In conjunction with a retrospective solo exhibition at the Museum Frieder Burda, in Baden Baden, Germany, French street artist & Supertouch buddy JR has just completed the installation of his outdoor "Unframed" project on the city's walls. An ongoing project since 2010 with installments in cities around the world, "Unframed" uses images by Read More
The #WithSyria campaign will launch in thirty five countries fronted by Banksy's newly-updated "Girl with the Red Balloon" artwork as we approach the anniversary of the Syria conflict on the 15th of March, amassing an unprecedented popular movement in solidarity with those caught in the conflict. A collective appeal will be launched by global organisations and key individuals calling on political leaders to sign up to a pledge to do everything they can to make this the last anniversary marked by Read More
Beautiful new piece in Sao Paulo, Brasil from street artist CRANIO (aka: Fabio Oliveira), imagining the Simpsons as Amazonian natives...
In town for this year's Volta Art Fair during Armory week, graffiti/street artist POSE created this new mural in his trademark collage style as part of the ongoing L.I.S.A. (Little Italy Street Art) Project at Lafayette & Broome. Look for more from POSE in NYC coming up later this year... Read More
The first public tribute to actor Philip Seymour Hoffman who died tragically yesterday of a drug overdose in NYC popped up literally overnite in Mexico City, by street artist SMITHE ONE with the late actor telling the reaper, "I'm coming, skinny..." Read More
Supertouch buddies Os Gemeos, the supernatural identical twin street art force from Sao Paulo, Brasil, wrapped up some huge new public works in San Francisco at the end of last year. Retracing their steps at legendary SF gallery The Luggage Store, where artists like Barry McGee, Phil Frost, Margaret Kilgallen, and OS G themselves got their start in the '90s, the brothers covered up their own greatly weathered mural above the building's rooftop dating from the Read More
There's just something about street art in the Hamptons, an irony embraced by Brooklyn-based graffitist Bast whose new show of paintings & sculpture, "Seafoam" went on display at Eric Firestone Gallery (owned and curated by Supertouch buddy Eric Firestone who also manages the Arizona Boneyard Porject) in the tony NY retreat community last week. Read More