Curiot is a Mexico City based artist who combines indigenous and street art to make some incredible, mythical murals. I would recommend making the trip south to see some his murals in person; it's 100% worth it. If you get there and can't find any, you might be able to pi
If you like street art, you’ll enjoy these 26 amazing street art photos (our favorite finds from Street Art Utopia). Also check out 25 Photos of Awesome Banksy Art and these Incredible 3D Sidewalk Paintings.
STREET-ART - Certains artistes ne font pas dans la demi-mesure. C'est le cas de Millo, street-artiste italien qui peint de massives fresques quasi-monochromes sur des façades latérales d'immeubles. Il met en scène des personnage...
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)
As promised in the first Os Gemeos post by Window Seat, here is more of Window Seat's fantastic Os Gemeos street art photography: Os Gemeos are the identical twins Otávio and Gustavo Pandolfo, born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1974. Their work often features yellow-skinned characters – taken from the yellow tinge both of the twins have in their dreams. Window Seat is a São Paulo-based photographer, and passionate about the relationship between street art and big cities. Related posts
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
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