• February 10, 2016
  • Posted by Marc

Zlatan Kickin’ It

This one is sure to make you smile. Erik Vestman & Nils Petter made a jumping jack version of footballer Zlatan Ibrahimović in Malmö, Sweden. Waves of approval poured in from the crowd and owners of the stadium. Check it out.      Public Water Art from Nils Petter Löfstedt   More from Erik Vestman & Nils Petter here.      

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Posted In: 3D, Art, Crowd Art, Film, Fun

  • February 9, 2016
  • Posted by Marc

Slogan Art

Irish writer and filmmaker Rockatansky grabs us with his slogan art, creating formal epigrams, slogans and commentary. His work (and writing) is about rebirth in one form or another. In his own words: "BUKOWSKI SPILLED HIS GUTS ON THE STREET FOR YOU.  BRING A SPOON ASSHOLE": My girlfriend hates this slogan, sees it as negative ... "Why are you calling people assholes?"  I don't see it as negative; I think it's funny and honest.  Really enjoy reading Bukowski.  He was no saint and I'm not glorifying his destructive and abusive ways.  Bukowski

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Posted In: Slogan

  • February 5, 2016
  • Posted by Marc

Intro to Slava Ptrk

Russian street artist Slava Ptrk shares with us small stencil-art with lonely characters, experiments with staircases, and urban interventions by posters. Catch more from Slava Ptrk here.

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Posted In: Art, Murals, Stencils

  • February 3, 2016
  • Posted by Marc

Stop Motion Stencil Animation

Working hard to champion the rise of street art in Turkey, KÜF unveils the latest project "Mickey Gökçek" in Ankara - a play on the name of the city's mayor, Melih Gökçek.     Here's a look at some other works.   More from KÜF here and here. Enjoy.  

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Posted In: Activism, Art, Fun, Stencils

  • February 2, 2016
  • Posted by Marc

KAWS in England

Brooklyn-based KAWS is about to open his first-ever UK museum exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.  A relevant artist for today's generation, he engages young people with contemporary art and disrupts the worlds of art and design to include street art.  *KAWS’s trademark style – nostalgic characters in the process of growing up.   KAWS at YSP Preview from Yorkshire Sculpture Park on Vimeo.   More from KAWS Continue Reading

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  • February 1, 2016
  • Posted by Marc

NEW ART PIECE IN BEVERLY BOULEVARD, LOS ANGELES

It's on Beverly Boulevard where you can find the latest Dourone art piece titled “Medio lleno, medio vacío."  In English: half full, half empty. The artwork was carried out in Blick’s art store location in West Los Angeles. The parking garage to this famous art supplies store is becoming a museum of urban art in which many national and international artists have already made their mark. DOURONE started with graffiti in Madrid, Spain in 1999.  His style is defined as SENTIPENSANTE* - a contraction of the Spanish words for feeling and thinking.  

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Posted In: Art, street art, Walls