Archive for the ‘Urban Street Art’ Category

The Usual Suspects: A Collection of Graffiti Art Show in Brooklyn, Friday, June 18, 2010, featuring art from renown NYC writers Dance TM5, Snatch CWK, Suerte, MCA1 CWK, Rebel NSA, MOS, Ceos, Poet, KC Oner TBC.

Watch Rime (L.A. street artist) kick it up in Europe to some cool ever changing beats. Filmed by Noah Banks. Love it!

Part two in a three part series of Miami Street Art we’ve come across recently, located in the Miami Design District.

Upon driving around the art district last night in Miami after the 2012 Art Show, I came across even more fabulous pieces of art, on the streets. This is part one in a three part series on my Miami Street Art finds. Here are some amazing works found by artists Sever and Willow…

You have probably heard of the urban graffiti artists Roa, Bansky, D*face and Blu, but have you heard of the Sixeart? Sixeart (real name Sergio Hidalgo) is a multidimensional graffti artist and sculptor started his artistic endeavor in the world of graffiti in the late 1980′s by tagged the streets of Barcelona, developing his own personal [...]

UNDERWATER MUSEUM IN CANCUN, MEXICO People snorkeling in Cancun will get a little treat by way of the “Subaquatic Museum” by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor. About 400 life-size casts will be submerged off the resort of Cancun by the end of 2010. It is hoped that the low-acidity cement figures, designed to be [...]

The elusive Belgian urban graffiti artist called Roa, who lives and works in Ghent, Belgium, has a panache for drawing ginormous animals. Stepping up to one of his works on a deserted street can make you feel like you landed in the middle of the 1976 B-horror movie ‘Food of the Gods‘. His work can [...]


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