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Expression of freedom, for the freedom, by the free-minded artists : Street Art, Outdoor installation, Public Art, etc. StreetArt daily at Paper.li >> https://paper.li/vagabond60/1351716375
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India’s awesome street art

India’s awesome street art | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it
Snarling tigers, statuesque dancers, cricket superstarts, a freeze-frame from Raja Ravi Varma, even a mural from Conan the Barbarian — these are not ordinary pictures. They are streetside mur...
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Awesome Street Art In Germany

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Overunder and Labrona in chicago

Overunder and Labrona in chicago | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it
Online version of the leading monthly contemporary and underground art bible, Juxtapoz Art and Culture Magazine, with featured articles, blogs, video, reader art, gallery guides, forums, and archives.
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Hellbent’s Abstract Vision Challenges Previous Ideas of Street Art | Société Perrier

Hellbent’s Abstract Vision Challenges Previous Ideas of Street Art | Société Perrier | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it
Artist Hellbent changes previous concepts of street art.
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Giant-Sized Stabbing Scenes: Street Art at Knife Point | WebUrbanist

Giant-Sized Stabbing Scenes: Street Art at Knife Point | WebUrbanist | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it

At first glance, these scenes are disturbing: a man and a woman lay immobile on sidewalks, streets and stairwells, pools of red gushing from their abdomens. But then you realize that the weapon that has ‘murdered’ them is absurdly large – and made of cardboard. German-based artists Maria Luján and Wolfgang Krug set out to make murder funny with their street art project ‘The Knife.’

The knife itself is as large as the victim, and no attempt has been made to make it look realistic in any way. The blood is simply paper.

Luján and Krug take turns strapping the knife to each other and laying down in conspicuous places throughout Berlin, where they’ll be seen by lots of passersby....

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Meet the Street Artist Who's Wanted by the NYPD for Punking the Police with Fake Drone Ads

Meet the Street Artist Who's Wanted by the NYPD for Punking the Police with Fake Drone Ads | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it

His name is 'Essam' and he's a 29-year-old art school grad from Maine, who served in Iraq as a "geo-spatial analyst", and has put up posters like the one above all over New York. It shows drones being used to police regular people in an Orwellian world... with the NYPD logo plastered all over it, as if to endorse it. The NYPD wants him arrested, he wants to let people know the scariness of drones.Animal New York scored an exclusive interview with the street artist who readily admits that he's not really a part of the street art scene and it's interesting to hear him describe his work. In his talks with Animal:

He agrees that there is an inherent irony in his spoofs: the very fact that the NYPD (which claims to be strongly pursuing him with their "counter terrorism squad") hasn't caught him yet, is proof that we have not reached a state of Orwellian control. "But we're going in that direction and no one's talking about it," he says. "And I think that's pretty scary."

He's already put up over a hundred of these spoof drone ads and he's done them under the very nose of the NYPD and has yet to be caught. Let's hope it stays that way. Be sure to check out Animal's video interview with 'Essam' too (his face is blacked out and his voice is distorted):

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Minimal Street Art: "I am merely a regular man"

Minimal Street Art: "I am merely a regular man" | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it

This was the last installation I will make in Vaasa since I will move away in a few weeks. The installation was filmed by a film crew and will be aired not this friday but the next in a culture program called Pixel on Finnish television, channel YleFem. It has been wonderful contributing to the Vaasa street art scene. Hope you liked what I did here! Peace!

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Aryz @ Fundacja Urban Forms Festival

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After collaborating on a wall with Os Gemeos, Aryz stuck around in Lodz, Poland for the Fundacja Urban Forms Festival and painted another wall. Different from what we are accustomed to seeing, the Spanish artist painted a still life of flowers and a vase. Wonderful choice of color on this particular wall.

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Graffiti & Street-art since 1999 Photo gallery ► Latest photos ► Most loved photos► Seasonal Photo Selection Photo search whole site search tourist bureau ► About ► Contact ► Tags ► Wallpapers ► Links...
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Colorful Street Art by Txemy

Colorful Street Art by Txemy | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it

Our next artist in this street art series is Txemy. Finally a street artist who isn't too mysterious about himself, as I found his website and his facebook, both with his art and more information about him. Maybe you remember the colorful skull I publish a few weeks ago on the visual wall, that was the first piece I saw of Txemy and I really liked it. On his website I found more of that kind of art, which you can see in this post. If you take a close look at each image you will see that the whole paintings are made with colorful lines, which together create a new image. With the help of google translate I could find the meaning of his artist name: Txemy is synonymous for color, so a very good name for an artist with such works.

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Juxtapoz @ Nuart 2012: Here We Go...

Juxtapoz @ Nuart 2012: Here We Go... | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it
Juxtapoz is back in the lovely Norwegian coastal city of Stavanger for the 2012 edition of Nuart. This year, yours truly (aka Editor Evan Pricco) will be doing a little talking about street art and internet with fellow art editors Tristan Manco and RJ Rushmore of Vandalog, and we get to introduce Ron English at the screening of his Popaganda film. Look forward to our dispatches from the North.

Check out the list of artists who are participating: Saber, Ron English, How Nosm, Mobstr, Sickboy, Jordan Seiler, Aakash Nihalani, Niels, Dolk, Eine, and the Wa. After Saber's push to support the arts in the US this past weekend, we can't wait to catch up with him.

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The Three Best Neighborhoods in Santiago for Scoping Out Street Art

The Three Best Neighborhoods in Santiago for Scoping Out Street Art | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it
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Gray Ghost: Banksy’s Arch-Nemesis or Anti-Street Artist? | WebUrbanist

Gray Ghost: Banksy’s Arch-Nemesis or Anti-Street Artist? | WebUrbanist | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it

The Gray Ghost haunts New Orleans with a vengeance, adding his own Dada-esque anti-art to walls everywhere, graying out graffiti with his own incidentally artistic approach. Paradox and contradiction abound in the curious work of this vigilante painter.

He tackles vapid political slogans and badly-rendered lettering alike, foiling artists and anarchists while adding his own clear opinion to the mix. Just like taggers cover tags, he layers on meaning, weighing in with silent commentary … especially in his clashes with the infamous Banksy. Some love him for cleaning up the streets, others for adding a new kind of art to the mix, and still others hate him for defacing beautiful works by other artists.

“To bring this back into concrete terms: The Grey Ghost is only following the rules of “the street” construct, contesting with other street artists and graffiti writers for the use of the public space as a platform; it just so happens that his platform is the antithesis of form, color and message (thus becoming a message in and of itself).”

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Paris Tonkar magazine // Graffiti and Street art: Paris Tonkar magazine #6

Paris Tonkar magazine // Graffiti and Street art: Paris Tonkar magazine #6 | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it

Le tout nouveau numéro 6 de PARIS TONKAR MAGAZINE est disponible depuis le 14 septembre dans tous les kiosques de France, en Suisse, Belgique et USA...

Abonnement / commande :
http://www.scribd.com/doc/72270901/Paris-Tonkar-magazine-abonnement

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New Liqen Mural In Cerdedo, Spain

New Liqen Mural In Cerdedo, Spain | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it

Often painting in black and white with a keen eye for shading, Liqen’s newest mural in Cerdedo, Spain is the exact opposite, displaying an electrifying color palette. The artist painted a white boar poking its head out of the local fauna with some awkward faced insects hanging around.

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Embarrassing Pothole Caricatures of Politicians Spur Action to Fix the Streets in Russia | Colossal

Embarrassing Pothole Caricatures of Politicians Spur Action to Fix the Streets in Russia | Colossal | World of Street & Outdoor Arts | Scoop.it
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