Like Germany-based photographer Jakob Wagner
, Vienna, Austria-based Oliver Wutscher knows how to make a city come alive! Growing up in a small town, Wutscher was always fascinated by life in the big city - mile-high skyscrapers, crowded places, neon lights and rushing cars. What better place to capture this than New… Continue
Added by alice on December 21, 2010 at 11:00am —
Aryz is a Spain-based street artist who breathes new life into old, abandoned factories. Though only 22, he's made a name for himself, creating ghoulish characters and skeleton-like beings that seem to reach up to the sky. Almost… Continue
Added by alice on December 14, 2010 at 11:30am —
I'm really diggin' this piece by Peruvian street artist Fabricio Medrano aka Faber. As far as I can tell, the work was completed on wood and cardboard. The beauty and rough nature of the piece is incredible...
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Added by Eugene on December 1, 2010 at 2:00pm —
As a longtime fan of Heiko Waechter, I had to get in touch with him to ask him about his street photography. Just how is he able to capture these beautiful yet fleeting moments? What would inspire him to start down this creative path? Read our interview with him, below, to find… Continue
Added by alice on November 26, 2010 at 1:00pm —
Portland, Maine based artist Matt Moore signature "Vectorfunk" style is instantly recognizable. The 30-year-old graphic designer and painter is a rising star in the design world. After working for other people, he now works for himself and is the founder of MWM Graphics, a design and illustration studio in Portland's West End.
This past February, he… Continue
Added by Marica on October 10, 2010 at 12:30pm —
Kislow's characters look like they escaped from a 19th century Brothers Grimm fairy tale, tacking themselves up onto 21st century walls. The Ukrainian street artist uses bright, vibrant colors, which make his three-dimensional works appear to pop out. The amount of detail found in each piece is quite impressive...…
Added by Marica on September 29, 2010 at 9:00am —
This large scale mural by Brazilian street artist Raul Zito really struck a chord with me. Combining graffiti with photography, Zito depicts urban life and condemns unbridled consumerism. Completed in Pompéia, São Paulo, it's a stark reminder that people all over the world face hardship, especially during the global economic crisis.…
Added by Eugene on September 28, 2010 at 3:00pm —
Greenville Literacy Association, a group that helps illiterate adult students, are out to promote their "Really Good, Really Big, Really Cheap Book Sale
", a fair where books are sold at a bargain price. And what better way to do that than street illusions!
The concept behind this, created by the Bounce… Continue
Added by Amy Wong on September 22, 2010 at 2:00am —
Spilt Milk - Grottaglie, Italy
London-based artist Slinkachu has been traveling all over Europe this year, making a tiny imprint wherever he goes. His miniature street scenes are hardly noticeable, but when you see them up close, it's impossible not to be amused. As you can see in this series, Slinkachu's style is all about forced… Continue
Added by thinkpossitive on September 20, 2010 at 7:30am —
Berlin-based street artist Brad Downey created a couple of curious-looking pavement sculptures in Hamburg, Germany. The pieces present an interesting examination into two universal elements: space and gravity.
According to his website, "Downey shines a light on institutional regulation of public behavior. By wider awareness of these controls, his viewing… Continue
Added by Eugene on August 13, 2010 at 3:30pm —
Ben Brown is an illustrator from Sydney’s Northern Beaches. He enjoys skulls, trashy culture of all sorts, noisy loose rock music and surfing. Read the rest… Continue
Added by HollowMan on August 9, 2010 at 1:07am —
A dilapidated building turns into a humorous piece of art with some help from artist Tom Hine. Love the look on the kids' faces!
Via Wooster Collective
Added by alice on June 5, 2010 at 10:00am —
Best Ever is a collaboration between UK artists Neil Edward and Hadley Newman. Newman and Edward both have backgrounds in graffiti but now work on walls and canvases, creating their unique art that they describe as “anatomical mathematical realism” or “disturbed painterly realism.” Inspirations include t”he uglier things in life – disease, death, symmetry, the exact size of everything, cycles, maths, science, mental disorders, the fragility of the…
Added by Wendy Campbell on April 30, 2010 at 10:30am —
More fantastic art out of São Paulo, Brazil! Born in 1979, Ricardo Akn is an illustrator, photographer, and street artist. Akn has worked with well known brands and publications including Nike, Ellus, CK One, Doc Dog, and others. See more at Daily Art… Continue
Added by Wendy Campbell on April 18, 2010 at 8:00am —
The artist known simply as Amose was born in 1979 and currently lives and works in Lille, France. Amose works in various mediums including illustration, traditional painting, spray painting, and screen printing. To see more, visit Daily Art Fixx
Added by Wendy Campbell on April 14, 2010 at 9:06pm —
By street artist ARB. [Link]
Added by Eugene on February 25, 2010 at 9:30pm —
A self-described lost soul, Jerm IX is an artist who has left over 2,000 stenciled poems and notes throughout the streets. These thought-provoking sayings have been carefully placed in urban environments adding context and depth to each piece. As Jerm IX states, "Placed in the right location, certain quotes tend to evoke a particular emotion." The idea was to "place…
Added by alice on December 9, 2009 at 1:00pm —
Great balls of fire, these simulated Street Fighter poses are awesome! For those of you who remember spending countless hours (and quarters) on the classic arcade game, you will appreciate this post. Hadouken is the special attack that was used by Ryu, Ken, Sakura,…
Added by alice on December 4, 2009 at 10:30am —
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Sesame Street is collaborating with The Brooklyn Public Library to bring us a a spectacular three-month exhibition called Sesame Street: A Celebration of 40 Years of Life on the Street.
On display through February 21, 2010 the exhibit will include original, never publicly displayed Sesame Street memorabilia such as show… Continue
Added by alice on November 21, 2009 at 4:30pm —
A brilliant new piece of street art was just found in Homerton, London. Though it looks like a Banksy, a quick check on a few websites shows that Mantis is the actual artist. Titled, Clamped, the piece shows a little boy crying over a toy truck who's wheel has been clamped. And though I'd like to…
Added by alice on November 12, 2009 at 7:00am —