Succulent Studios presents Justice, a group show featuring 25 contemporary artists including: Luz Peuscovich, Jilly Ballistic, Vexta, Faring Purth, Elizabeth Winnel, Meagan Spendlove, Angelina Christina, Jessie and Katey, Sarah C. Rutherford, Jaclyn Alderete, Raquel Echanique, Lala Abaddon, Jocelyne Gilead, Jamie Bruno, Cake, Monique Mantell, Allision Summers, Kelly Kozma, Rosanna Bach, L. Mylott Manning, Summer Rose, Katherine Clarke Langlands, Amy Sol, Allison Berkoy, and Mag Magrela.
Saturday, August 02, 2014
Friday, August 01, 2014
The good lads from Gallery Itinerance kicked off a new project in Djerba, Tunisia, creating an open air museum, Djerbahood, in the small village which will be hosting over 150 street artists.
Mexican artist Saner flew in from the Americas to participate in Djerbahood where he painted a series of beautiful pieces. As usual with Saner, his work references to the South American folklore and culture while exploring powerful folkloric narratives with his signature imagery.
Get the detailed images on them after the break and then tell us if you’re adding any Saner originals to your collection soon.
While we last heard from her in London last month, Faith47 quickly stopped by Tunisia for the Djerbahood project in the small city of Djerba.
The South African street artist quickly painted this beautiful and ghostly Unicorn for the locals to enjoy. The Djerbahood project is organised by Gallery Itinerance.
A series of extra images are waiting for your click below and as usual check back in with us soon for more exciting mural updates.
Deih just sent us some images from his newest mural somewhere around his hometown of Valencia in Spain.
Paying his trube to Magritte's "The Empire Of Light" painted this galactic black hole with his signature "insider" style. "Somewhere, there is a hole connecting us all..." --El Deih
Hit the jump for more angles on this artwork and then make sure to drop your two cents down in our comments section.
Along a selection of approximately 100 other artists, Seth GlobePainter was also invited to paint in Djerba, Tunisia for the Djerbahood Project organised by Gallery Itinerance.
Specialising in painting characters on walls, the French street art is also the Television Director and onscreen Reporter of the French documentary series “Globe Painter’’.
Take a look at more images after the break and then stick with your friends at StreetArtNews for more updates from Seth.
While he's currently painting a massive piece in Sweden, ROA recently stopped by North Africa to paint for the Djerbahood project in Djerba, Tunisia.
The globe-trotting artist painted a series of his lovely monochrome creatures including a fantastic octopus which is making a great use of the building. Djerbahood was organised by Gallery Ittinerance.
Hit the jump for more images on these new pieces and keep your eyes peeled on Street Art News for more murals from Djerba.
Our friend Hopare spent the last few days working on this brilliant new piece in the 20th district of Paris in France.
The French street artist dropped this vibrant mural showing some of his signature portraiture imagery combined with abstract graffuturism elements.
Continue reading for more images on this new piece and if you are in Paris this summer you'll be able to find it on Rue des maronites.
RETNA is also in Chicago for Lollapalooza and The Provocateurs where he worked his magic on this new piece.
The Los Angeles-based artist painted this bold and distinctive mural for the locals to enjoy and if you are in the area for Lollapalooza, you'll be able to find it on 33 E. Congress for the Wabash Arts Corridor.
If you’re interested, see some extra images for this new mural with us after the break and watch for word on more RETNA's pieces right here.
Claudio Ethos just sent us a series of images from his recent pieces which were painted on the streets of Denver, USA and Sao Paulo, Brazil.
While in Denver, the Brazilian muralist hooked up with his friend Onesto to work on several collaborations. The Volkswagen and the screaming guy are solo pieces which were painted in Sao Paulo.
Make sure to check out the great photos below and let us know what you think about these pieces down in our comments section.
While we last heard from him in Spain, Axel Void is now in Norway where he hooked up with local artist Nipper Street to work on this new collaboration somewhere on the streets of Halsnøy.
The newly formed duo quickly worked their way through this impressive and dark piece which is entitled "Grå" (Gray).
Continue reading for more detailed images on this piece and then check back with us soon for more mural updates from Norway.