Tag Archives: Street art

Steven Powers

1 Mar

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By Steven Powers

Killer Disney Ladies

5 Jul




Werd on the street

10 Jun





14 Sep

“German street artist MTO recently stopped by France where he was invited for an exhibition in Rennes. He just completed those amazing two pieces entitled “The legend of Fred ILLE & Gwen VILAINE”. If you stop by Rennes, make sure to stop by “Cosmorama” from 6 september till 12 October.a co-exhibition with MTO @ DMA Showroom. 23 Rue de Châteaudun 35000 Rennes ”

Can Man

9 Jul

“UK – The “Can Man” street artist of My Dog Sighs . He paints and humanizes of found objects (particularly cans) then replaced it on the street. Distortions cans or tins are different costumes for these imaginary characters”.

Floating Graffiti by Boa Mistura

5 Mar

Boa Mistura, a spanish art collective composed of five self-described ‘graffiti rockers’, has organized a participatory urban art project in vila brâsilandia, one of the favelas in são paulo, brazil. the artists, whose name comes from ‘Buena Mezcla’ (‘good mixture’ in portuguese), worked with residents to paint and reface the winding ‘vecos’ and ‘vielas’ of the Favela with uplifting messages. viewed from the proper angle and distance, the works cause words like ‘beleza’ (‘beauty’) and ‘orgulho’ (‘pride’) to seemingly float in the passageway, thanks to an illusion effect based on the careful painting of stretched-out text in accordance with the 3D perspective.

Miami Art ” Art Basel”

23 Feb

This video documents Rime’s latest trip down to Miami for last years Art Basel. Taking on a long stretch of space, Rime attempts to expand on a repetitive theme popular among graffiti bombers.

For more on Rime check out: JerseyJoeArt.com
Music by Mr.Green GreenHipHop.com

For behind the scenes of how Mr. Green made custom beats using video footage from Miami,
check out: youtu.be/IXiwuNQpAn4



5 Apr

Blu’s fame began in 1999, thanks to a series of illicit graffiti painted in the historical center and suburbs of Bologna, the capital of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. In the early years of his career his technique was limited to the use of spray paint, the typical medium of graffiti culture. His characteristic style appeared in 2001, however, when Blu started painting with house paint, using rollers mounted on top of telescopic sticks. This new solution allowed him to increase the painted surface area and convey a stronger intensity to his visual vocabulary. Huge human figures, sometimes sarcastic, sometimes dramatic, who looked as if they were borrowed from comics or arcade game world, began appearing along the streets of Bologna around this time. Another aspect that influenced his early career was the practice of a shared artistic action.

Artists such as Dem, Sweza, Run and, above all Ericailcane, were his companions during nocturnal raids where an anonymous creative participation overcame the need of signing their pieces. Also, during those years, Blu started experimenting with digital animation and he created short interactive video clips that were used as a visual contribution to the live musical performances of the collective OK NO.

The collaboration with Ericailcane had its best results during the period from 2003 to 2006. The two personalities completed each other in a extraordinary composite harmony; while Blu was painting his characteristic human figures Ericailcane made his typical animals. The two artists, friends in real life, continue to work together although with less frequency. Starting in 2004, some art galleries noticed Blu’s artistic value and invited him to take part to one-man or collective shows. Yet Blu, throughout his entire youthful career, attempted to limit his presence within the bastions of the official art world, preferring other kinds of territories. Since his major pieces, outside of his videos, have been immovable murals, it seems reasonable to present a geographical rather than chronological survey of Blu’s works.



29 Mar

John Doe is a young Street Artist and commentator of the streets in Washington, DC (photo © John Doe)


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