You cannot contain nor stop the capitalistic flood... such is the language of Italian artist Blu for his fourth mural in Buenos Aires, Argentina over the past few months. As BA Street Art describes it, the mural "features a river of money flowing through an enormous city of office blocks and high-rise buildings before engulfing the countryside and tiny houses below." (Via BA Street Art)
Magda Sayeg, aka the Mother of Yarn Bombing, has completely knitted and crocheted over an entire bus in Mexico City. Magda is quite famous in the yarn bombing community and has worked on commissions from companies around the world, including yarn bombs for Absolut Vodka, Mini Cooper, and Smart Car.
Mur peint par ALANIZ dans le quartier de Ménilmontant à Paris. . Après son séjour londonien en octobre dernier, l’artiste argentin ALANIZ est resté quelques jours à Paris avant de repartir à Berlin, ville où il vit et travaille. Lors de son séjour parisien, ALANIZ a peint trois murs massifs dans l’est parisien, dont cette(...)
Andreas von Chrzanowski aka Case is currently in Erfurt, Germany where he spent the last few days working on this sweet new piece for OQ-Paint.
With this new mural, the prolific German street artist continues to work on his signature hyper-realistic coloured hands. Case is also a founding member of graffiti crew Ma’Claim, a group of artists renowned throughout the world for their striking photorealistic murals.
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Connecticut based artist BiP (short for “Believe in People”) is sampling a handful of the aesthetic styles associated with the past decades of art on the streets – including this recent one “Worth Every Blow” that draws from the graphic poster style many people will associate with Shepard Fairey. Completed for a Taipai museum last fall the piece has been published before elsewhere but is a prime example of the impact that the popularity of Street Art is having on the work of new artists includin
I instantly got in a better mood after bumping into this. Claude Ponti‘s Sleeping Bird Topiary in Nantes, France. Located in the city’s botanical garden, Jardin des Plantes, the French artist’s exhibition features this hilarious and gigantic bird taking a nap in the garden.
People in Saudi Arabia - the second hottest country in the world - have recently had a chance for some fun, building snowmen following freak snowstorms that have hit the country. However, the hilarity has been proclaimed sinful by a Saudi scholar.