Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Elian just completed this sweet new piece on the streets of his hometown, Córdoba, a city located near the geographical center of Argentina.
Entitled "Neuralgic Point", the Argentinean muralist painted this signature and colourful abstract piece for the locals to enjoy.
Continue reading for more images after the break and then check back in with us soon for more updates from South America.
Our friend JUFE was also in Miami for Art Basel 2013 where he spent a few days working on this new street piece.
The Puerto Rican artist painted this "Nuclear Bomb" which is sporting his unique and distinctive 3D Mesh Grid style.
Continue reading for more detailed images and if you stop by South Beach, you'll be able to find it on Collins & Española.
After a stunning outdoor installation on the beach (covered), Borondo also worked on this impressive indoor piece in Fortaleza, Brazil.
Invited for the Festival Concreto, the talented Spanish artist painted this representational image of a young man covering his face with black paint.
If you are a fan of Borondo, he will be releasing his latest limited edition Screen Print tomorrow at 6PM UK.
Continue reading for the full piece and if you stop by Fortaleza, you'll be able to find it at Dragão do Mar, Rua Dragão do Mar, 81.
While we last heard from him last October in Peru (covered), El Decertor is now in Colombia where he just completed this new piece in Cartagena.
Painted in the neighbourhood of Getsemaní, the Peruvian artist painted this beautiful piece which talks about the struggle of the people from Getsemani. Refusing to be displaced, the residents are struggling to preserve the identity and memory of their community.
Continue reading for more detailed images and as usual check back with us soon for more street art updates from South America.
Fin DAC and Angelina Christina spent the last few days working on this new collaboration in Miami for Art Basel 2013.
Entitled "Double Dutch", the Irish-American street art duo worked on these beautiful portraits which are featuring each artist's distinctive style.
Continue reading for a full set of images by B4_Flight and if you are in Miami. you'll find "Double Dutch" on 23rd and NW 2nd street.
Monday, December 09, 2013
Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra has finished his latest piece in Miami, Florida for Art Basel 2013.
Kobra aims to produce images of people who somehow had contributed to make the world a better place. The idea is making people think about “Whose eyes are those watching us?” and so, instead of painting full portraits as he usually does, the artist wants to place a challenge for those who “observe” at the same time that are “observed” so they can figure out who is the face in the wall.
Continue reading for more images on this 2Pac and Biggie tribute and if you are in Miami, you'll be able to find it on NW 26th street.
After Bezt last week, Sainer from Etam Cru has now completed his new piece in Wynwood, Miami for Art Basel 2013.
As usual with the Polish artist, he delivers yet another fantastic piece featuring his signature character style and bold colors. This piece was organised by Rise Above.
Check out more detailed pictures below and stay tuned to Street Art News for more updates as we near the end of our Art Basel 2013 coverage.
After a first piece on the streets of Tokyo (covered), D*Face is back in Shibuya where he quickly painted this new piece entitled "Goodbye Kitty".
The London-based street artist was in town for his exhibition at Parco Japan (coverage coming soon).
Continue reading for more detailed images from our friend Mura-San and then if you are in Tokyo, you'll be able to find it in front of 東京都渋谷区宇田川町４丁目３.
After Adam and Eve in London (covered), Borondo is now in South America for the Festival Concreto in Fortaleza, the state capital of Ceará, located in Northeastern Brazil.
The Spanish artist had the opportunity to paint this amazing spot on the beach of Fortaleza and as usual with Borondo, he doesn't disappoint with this fantastic series of portraits.
Borondo will be releasing with us his new limited edition Screen Print "El Peso De La Corona" this upcoming Wednesday.
Continue reading to get a full set of angles on this piece and check back in on Street Art News for more updates from Borondo in Brazil.
Escif recently stopped by Mallorca in Spain where he quickly painted this cryptic new piece entitled "Uranio".
The Spaniard accompanied this signature artwork by the following sentence "Destroying Miro" and a quote in Spanish by Leon Felipe:
“La España de las harcas no tuvo nunca poetas. De Franco han sido y siguen siendo los arzobispos pero no los poetas. En este reparto injusto, desigual y forzoso, del lado de las harcas cayeron los obispos y del lado del éxodo, los poetas”Take a look at an extra image after the break and then let us know how you perceive this piece down in the comments.