Thursday, December 18, 2014
While we last heard from him in Paris a few days ago, Ludo is now back in Asia where he just landed in Hong-Kong armed with a bunch of new pieces and artworks.
Late last night, the French street artist explored the humid streets of the Pearl of the orient where he unleashed his creativity with these new street works.
Continue reading to discover more images on Ludo's latest intervention and then check back with us soon for more Urban Art updates from Asia.
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
UK Street artist and king of gold teeth and giant smiles SWEET TOOF took over NYC's Pandemic Gallery located in the Brooklyn Naval Yard for a solo show entitled 'DERAILED" featuring prints, originals, and mixed media creations. For this show SWEET TOOF is concentrating heavily on the freight train graffiti scene in the USA that he has been so highly inspired by.
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Our friend El Decertor is back in his hometown of Lima in Peru where he spent a few days working on this new street piece.
The Peruvian artist and his impeccable technique once again dropped an impressive mural which is entitled "Climatic Utopia". As usual with El Decertor, he voices his concerns about the climatic changes happening in South America.
Hit the jump for more images on this artwork and if you stop by the city of Lima, you'll be able to find this street art piece on Av. Garcilazo de la Vega.
Our friends Franco Fasoli aka JAZ and 2501 were also in Miami where they teamed up to work on a new collaboration and solo pieces in Wynwood, Miami.
The newly formed duo spent a few days working on the above artwork which is featuring each artist's distinctive style. The Italian artist also painted one of his signature piece for the RAW Project at the Jose De Diego Middle School while JAZ dropped a beautiful artwork featuring a series of tattooed bulls.
Continue reading to discover all the artworks and then make sure to drop your two cents down in our comments section.
After Miami, Elian is now in Dominican Republic where he was invited by the Artesano Street Art Festival curated by Inoperable and Evoca1.
Painting on the streets of Rio San Juan, the Argentinean muralist spent a few hours working on one of his signature abstract piece. The piece is entitled "Fluid".
This kind of wall are not my preference, but I found it interesting to try to create a balance with to the trash can and refrigerator. For that, then set further information on the left side of the wall, leaving breathing area in which are the elements of counterweight.The red form serves to stabilize the entire piece. --ElianContinue reading for more images and check back with us soon for more mural updates from Dominican Republic.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Hailing from the cold shores of Sibera, Morik was also in Wynwood where he was given the chance to paint a new piece at the Miami Ad School for Art Basel 2014.
The Russian street artist spent a few days working on this beautiful piece which was inspired by the issues of cuban immigration to the United States of America. "Everyone has the right for a better life" --Morik
Continue reading for more images on this artwork and if you are in the area, you'll be able to find it on 571 NW 28th St.
Shortly after Art Basel Miami Beach, Agostino Iacurci flew straight to the Caribbean where he was invited to paint a new mural on the streets of Bayamon in Puerto Rico.
In town for the latest edition of the Los Muros Hablan Street Art Festival, the Italian muralist quickly worked his way through this massive piece showing one of his signature characters surrounded by colorful corals.
Continue reading for a series of images on this artwork and keep your eyes peeled on StreetArtNews for more mural updates from Puerto Rico and Los Muros Harlan.
Monday, December 15, 2014
UK street artist Paul Insect invaded New York City this weekend with his new body of work entitled "2033 Original Works" presented by Allouche Gallery. The show featured many large scale works on canvas, and smaller works on paper. Paul Insect is a UK-based street and gallery artist known for his satiricial and political statements. Insect’s work has evolved from the simple stencils and spray applications that covered London’s streets in the 1990s into delicate multimedia works, which explore the relationship we have with the world and the environments around us. As one of street art’s trailblazers, Insect’s work can be spotted anywhere from the streets of London to Los Angeles, from Stockholm to Sydney.
Escif just launched an Indiegogo fundraising campaign to help finance the release of his upcoming solo book. He has been working on this project for the last few months and the book will be showing the last 5 years of his work including murals, sketches, drawings, ideas, feelings, recipes, deep secrets and everyday life thoughts.
The first edition of 1000 hard cover copies is planned to be printed in February 2015, with 300 pages in full color and printed different papers and different textures. Each book will be handfinished and signed by the artist.
For the supporters of his work and this campaign, Spanish artist prepared valuable perks such as book copies, zines, limited edition prints and original drawings.
RONE is still in Florida where he just finished working on that fresh new piece somewhere on the streets of Hollywood.
The Australian artist was offered a b big blue wall to paint so he decided to keep it tonal, only working in blues. The end result is another fantastic artwork which almost looks like it was done with a pen.
Continue reading for more images and then check back with us soon for more mural updates throughout the week.