Saturday, March 08, 2014
British artist Dale Grimshaw recently completed his first street work in 2014 on the streets of his hometown, London. The image is his usual "uncontacted tribes people" that the artist has been using in all of his recent murals. The visuals are very haunting and the image tends to stay with the viewer mostly due to the eerie eyes which is one of Dale Grimshaw's trademark.
More images are awaiting for your click below and If you're in London you can see this at Camden Lock market at the Haven Street entrance.
After POW! WOW! Hawaii 2014 (covered), Cyrcle are now in London where they just wrapped up this new piece in Shoreditch.
In town for their solo show at StolenSpace, the American duo worked through the rain and wind spraying one dot after another. The end result is called "REIGN!" and is showing Greek statues in bright orange and grey combined with hyperrealistic sections showing draping fabrics. If you stop by Shoreditch, you'll be able to find this one on Leonard St.
Continue reading for more images and then check back with us soon for more street art updates from London.
Our friend SeaCreative just sent us a series of new pictures from his latest mural which he recently finished somewhere in an abandoned factory in Northern Italy.
The Italian painter totally revitalised the derelict factory with this piece which is showing two of his distinctive characters.
Make sure to take a peep at more images after the break and then drop your two cents down in the comments.
While we last heard from him last month with "Imperfect Circle" (covered), Elian just finished working on this new mural in his hometown of Cordoba.
Entitled "Heavy Distribution", the prolific Argentinean painter quickly worked his way through this beautiful and subtle abstract piece.
See more images below and then check back with us soon for more street art updates from Argentina.
Chicago-based Pose recently stopped by New York City where he spent a few days working on this new piece for the always excellent Lisa Project.
Pose’s works reference disparate sources—pop and comic art, skateboard and advertising graphics, collage, sign painting and graffiti. Painting portraits of the human condition, he re-appropriates the visual language of the street and overwhelming experience of consumer culture to convey a broad spectrum of emotion
Take a look at more images after the jump and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find the piece on 188 Lafayette.
Tuesday, March 04, 2014
Japanese stencil master Roamcouchwill be releasing a new print entitled "When You Wish Upon A Star - Paris" via Mudob and Under The Bridge NYC.
Monday, March 03, 2014
Borondo is back in UK where he spent his Sunday in Shoreditch, London working on this striking new piece which is entitled "Looking For".
Armed with his magic rollers, it took about four hours for Borondo to complete this mural. This was made possible with the help of RexRomae and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find it on New Inn Yard.
Continue reading for more detailed images by Fabiano Caputo and then check back with us soon for more updates from Borondo.
Mr Thoms and ZED1 just wrapped up this massive collaboration somewhere on the streets of Palermo, a city in Insular Italy, the capital of the autonomous region of Sicily.
The newly formed duo quickly worked their way through this sweet piece which is featuring each artist's signature characters and style. The piece is entitled "The Mafia Doesn't Exist... The Octopus Is A Show".
Browse the rest of the angles on this new piece and then check back with us soon for more street art updates from Italy.
Plastic Jesus just sent us a series of pictures from his newest street installation on the streets of Los Angeles, USA.
Entitled "Hollywood Best Kept Secret", the American artist took advantage of the upcoming Oscar ceremony to drop this real life size statuette which is injecting itself with drugs.
Get some extra angles on "Hollywood Best Kept Secret" below and then tell us in the comments if you’re feeling this new installation.
Sunday, March 02, 2014
Freshly returned from Hong-Kong (covered), Invader is back in Paris where he just installed his 1088th invasion overnight.
This new invasion was inspired by Flappy Bird, a 2013 mobile game, developed by Vietnam-based developer Nguyễn Hà Đông. Flappy Bird was removed from both Apple's App Store and Google Play by its creator on February 10, 2014, due to guilt over what he considered to be its addictive nature. The game's popularity and sudden removal caused phones with it pre-installed to sell for high prices over the Internet.
Continue reading for more images and if you are in Paris, you'll be able to find Flappy Bird on 81 Rue De La Boetie.