Archive for the ‘Urban Street Art’ Category

Happened upon this epic piece of street art signed RRobots in Williamsburg, Brooklyn over the weekend. Completely enamoured, we took shots from every angle, plus a few close-ups.

Artist DFROST hails from Houston, Texas, 3rd ward (the Trey), and now lives in San Antonio. We had the opportunity to interview him and find out more about him and what influences his artwork. He gains his inspiration from people he knows and tells us he never illustrates the same thing twice. Feel the Pain [...]

Once barely heard of, yarn bombing, a type of knitting graffiti, is finally creeping more and more into the spotlight. Elements seen in the streets are covered in bright colored knitted yarn, from fences to water pipes, to trees and street signs, you name it, it’s been covered. Here are 23 cool yarn bombing photos, [...]

New Blu in Italy

11, May 2011

Street artist Blu has new work up in Jesi, Italy. This was done over the Easter holiday. via Blu

Opening this Thursday, April 7th, is Los Angeles based artist KMNDZ’s “The Heaviest” art show at Fifty24SF Gallery. KMNDz has worked for some of the world’s premier design agencies and top entertainment companies such as MTV, Microsoft, Lexus and Disney, to name a few.

Interview with artists Miss Van, Nuria Mora, and Ricardo Cavolo by Safewalls, an art project by Cirque du Soleil. Here are the websites for Miss Van, Nuria Mora, Ricardo Cavolo where you can learn more about them and see their work.

If you keep up with news about the food industry, agricultural seeds, and have seen the film ‘King Corn’, you will appreciate this ‘Photo of the Day‘ depicting urban street art that conveys a strong message about the company Monsanto. via bigbozo


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