Monday, May 25, 2015
Okuda has now landed in Berlin, Germany where he's been rather busy with two brand new pieces that just popped up in the city.
The Spanish artist teamed up with Yoh Nagano to work on the above piece which is featuring each artist's distinctive style and imagery. The second one is a solo piece which is featuring one of Okuda's colorful portraits. Okuda’s work can be classified as pop surrealism with a clear essence of street art or urban art. His artwork is composed of geometric prints and multicolored ephymeral architectures that help blend with grey bodies and organic forms.
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INO also visited the city of Gaeta in Italy where the Memorie Urbane Street Art Festival is currently taking place.
After a few days of work, the Greek artist wrapped up this large new mural. The piece depicts a sliced Ancient Greek Tragedy mask. It was made on an Italian school where they still teach Greek language. It symbolise the financial tragedy that Greece is going through nowadays. The second piece also features another sliced Greek mask.
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Sunday, May 24, 2015
Aryz is currently in states and after having a successful solo show in LA, he recently stopped in Detroit to paint a new street piece. Invited by the people from Library Street Collective, Spanish artist chose his figurative style for this mural.
After couple of days on the cherry picker, he recently wrapped up this interesting image showing a shirtless working man pulling or carrying his clones over the shoulder. With this work Aryz is continuing his efforts to translate his intuitive, sketch like drawing style onto a large scale, but also, incorporate his painting skills he has been mastering lately. In his signature style he picket a very distinctive color palette which helped him blending the image into it's surrounding.
Check out more images by Sal Rodriguez after the jump and stay tuned for more art related news from Detroit coming soon.
2501 recently spent some time in the city of Cassina de Pecchi in Italy where he was invited to paint for the Restart Festival.
The Milan-based painter spent a few days working on this massive building which is now featuring some of his signature line-based abstract imagery. For the first time ever, 2501 used a new technique of juxtaposing colors and texture.
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Saturday, May 23, 2015
Constantly busy on the streets of Lima in Peru, JADE has just finished working on yet another brilliant piece located in the district of Barranco.
Painting for the Muraliza El Barrio Festival, the Peruvian muralist create this beautiful and striking mural entitled "The Home Of Sigh". Located close to the Bridge Of Sigh, one of the most touristic area in Lima and a popular location for lovers to walk around, the piece represents the "Love" that can be found in the neighborhood.
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Friday, May 22, 2015
The one and only MADSTEEZ just returned from Australia where he brought his unique touch to the streets of Toowoomba and Sydney.
Geared with a gazillion Montana 94 spray paint, the American artist created two unique pieces which will now be beautifying the land down under. The first piece is huge and was painted for the "First Coat" event in Toowoomba. The piece shows one of his super realist portraits combined with a funky cartoon-like crocodile against a yellow, orange, red and blue background that really pops.
The second piece is locate in Sydney and features some of Madsteez's signature imagery with two pairs of big, bright and beautiful eyes.
Continue reading for more images on these artworks and keep your eyes peeled on the StreetArtNews for the latest updates from Madsteez.
Earlier this afternoon and after just two days and a few hours of work, Conor Harrington finished working on this massive piece on the streets of London in the UK.
Painting in Walthamstow Central, a district of North-East London for the Wood Street Walls festival, the Irish artist unveils a beautiful artwork which depicts two of his signature colonial style characters painted in his combined loose and photorealistic style. A great addition to Walthamstow and its surroundings!
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Our friend INTI was also in North Africa where he was given a monster wall to work his magic and beautify the streets of Rabat in Morocco.
The Chilean muralist brought to life a stunning piece which is introducing a never seen before character holding a tiny lamb in its hands.
The artist added: "Morocco .. Bridge to the european dream. The land with a passage to a better future for sub-saharan immigrants, and a final destination for the vast majority."-- INTI
This piece was painted as part of the Rabat Jihar Street Art Festival which already saw pieces from JAZ and Pixel Pancho appearing within the city.
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Elian is currently in his hometown of Cordoba in Argentina where he just wrapped up this new piece entitled “Breaking the Structure”.
The approximate size of this piece is 40 x 6 meters and it was painted using Acrylic. The architectural base generates a strong contrast with the natural environment where is it, between trees. Elian's objective was to respect the geometrical language but breaking facade's principal lines. Its a game of parallel lines crossing all over the structure. The viewer can see the transparent grey stripes on the right which are helping to give a better contrast compared to the other colors.
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Next week in the UK, JUSTKIDS will be opening a fresh new group exhibition entitled "It's Summer Time!" in the trendy streets of East London.
Curated by Charlotte Dutoit and Rom Levy, the show will be showcasing brand new and never seen works from The Date Farmers, Ruben Sanchez, Ben Eine, Ana Maria, Farid Rueda, Fintan Magee, Lakwena, Ella & Pitr, El Decertor and Deih. Another interesting note is that it will also be the first time most of these artists will be showing their artworks in London.
The preview list can be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org and if you are in the area, the show will be opening next Thursday, May 28th starting 6PM at 16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ
Continue reading for a glimpse of what's to come next week and then check back with us soon for our full coverage.
M-City is currently in Northern France where he spent the last few days on the streets of Lille working on a large-new piece.
The Polish architect brought to life an impressive artwork which branches away from his traditional imagery. This time around, the piece shows a giant character holding some kind of boulder against an orange background that really pops. This piece was made possible thanks to the Collectif Renart which is organizer of the Biennale Internationale d' Art Mural - BIAM.
Continue reading for more detailed images on this new piece and then check back with us later for more updates from France.
Freshly returned from his month long stay in Hong Kong for "Wipe Out", his latest Explosition in Asia, Invader has already started a new wave of invasions on the streets of his hometown, Paris in France.
Two nights ago, geared with his giant ladder, cement, glue and a bag full of tiles, the French pixel master brought to life another giant character which is coming straight from the "Metroid" video game series. This is Invader's 1139th piece on the streets of Paris, quite an achievement.
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