Aakash Nihalani is as down-to-earth as a street artist can get. He’s “not trying to push a certain highbrow logic or philosophy”, he’s okay with cops taking down his art (as long as they allow him to take a quick photo first), and he works with tape…
September 6, 6-9pm Valmorbida, 560 Washington St, New York, NY 10014 FUTURA, born Leonard Hilton McGurr, is widely known as one of the pioneers of the New York street art movement. Working in a time before hip hop became a commodity, he was “bombing” subway cars while simultaneously exhibiting internationally. He has continued to transcend [...]
M any of you can probably relate to our obsession with statistics. There is an ongoing unspoken competition in our office for who gets the most views on their posts, so we decided to materialize this obsession into a ‘Weekly Viral Report’ that includes the top post on Trendland.com, the most repined images from our [...]
German street artist EVOL seems to be obsessed with buildings. After transforming electric boxes from Berlin into apparently livable blocks of apartments, he’s tried to do the same with pieces of paper and cardboard and the result is amazing.
Madrileños creative group Boamistura recently completed a series of anamorphosis (trompe l’oeil) walls with this brilliant street art participative project in Vila Brâsilandia, one of São Paulo’s favela. The project focused on
French urban artist Thom Thom aka Hephaestus or Thomas Louis Jacques Schmitt is not a typical street artist, working only on billboards, he cuts, slashs, slices, and re-sticks to reconstruct the advertising message to distinguish it and upgrade it into street art. The consumerist publicity is
Stanislava Pinchuk’s babushka street art caught my attention this morning. The 21-year-old Melbourne based artist creates street art under the alias Miso. Besides the brilliant subject matter and the beautiful execution I especially like the application of these works. The impact of two exact works back to back, juxtaposed at either end of a door, [...]
This ‘Nid de Poule‘ (Pothole) project reminds me a lot of the Dispatchwork by Jan Vormann. With colorful strips of yarn Juliana Santacruz Herrera decided to decorate Paris’ potholes. Randomly placed in cracks and breaks it creates a fun and colorful change in the landscape contrasting with the decrepit cement.