MEAR ONE Announces the Anticipated T-Shirt Design Release For ‘False Profit’

June 30th, 2014

Graffiti artist and muralist Mear One announced today that his anticipated False Profit T-Shirt design will soon be finalized. Although the date of the release is yet to be determined, the design will … Read More

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World Cup 2014 Controversy: Anti-FIFA Street Art Tells The Story

June 19th, 2014

This week millions of soccer fans gather in Brazil and around the globe to watch the 2014 World Cup and to celebrate the most popular sport in the world. In … Read More

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Upper Playground Celebrates 15 Years With Nychos’ Print Give-Aways

June 12th, 2014

This year marks Upper Playground‘s 15th year anniversary and we will continue our celebration by giving away signed ‘The Walrus’ Prints by NYCHOS to our most talented fans! Starting in … Read More

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Nature And The Noise

June 10th, 2014

The paintings of New York based artist Martin Wittfooth address the disquieting themes of consumerism, industry and nature, and man’s growing footprint on this planet. In this series of oil … Read More

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M-City Mural: UFO x Police Confrontation In Istanbul

June 9th, 2014

M-City just finished working on his first mural in Turkey…somewhere on the streets of Istanbul. The street artist has been covering the globe with his signature black and white styling. … Read More

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James Jean Brings Paradise to Pow!Wow! Taiwan

June 8th, 2014

Using house paint, lacquer, spray paint, and oil James Jean (featured here and here) completed his second mural ever at the first edition of Pow!Wow! Taiwan. Entitled “Paradise” the mural … Read More

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Timestack Technique Gives Photos a Painterly Feel

June 7th, 2014

Matt Malloy coined the term “time stack” after he piled hundreds of time lapse photos together to form a single graphic image. The result gives his landscapes a painterly feel … Read More

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Tech Mandalas by Leonardo Ulian

June 6th, 2014

London-based artist Leonardo Ulian fashions geometric tech-mandalas out of the electrical components he removes from computers and radios. Ulian patterns his designs after the symmetry and symbolism found in Hindu and Buddhist mandalas. … Read More

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ARYZ Completes Skeleton Mural in Lagos, Portugal

June 5th, 2014

Spanish-based ARYZ, just completed another huge mural in Lagos, Portugal. The multi-storied mural features a dried up skeleton working on his photo skills. Follow Aryz and his recent happenings on his … Read More

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Ryosuke takes on the Lobster

June 4th, 2014

Jizai Okimono is a Japanese sculpture craft that involves creating realistic and fully articulated models of animals and natural life. The practice hails from a period in Japan (1700′s late-Edo) … Read More

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Enter the Root Labrynth

June 1st, 2014

Transarquitetônica is a larger-than-life cavernous root system that visitors can enter and explore. The installation was designed and built by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira and can be found at  the Museu … Read More

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From The New World

May 31st, 2014

If you are yet unfamiliar with Chinese artist Yang Yongliang, his latest and largest work “From The New World” will get you acquainted quick. The digital collage is so massive  … Read More

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