Last night at Genuine Motorworks in Greenpoint Brooklyn marked the release of a collaborative very limited edition t-shirt between Brooklyn street artist Adam Dare and famous Brooklyn motorcycle shop Genuine Motorworks. As always Adam Dare made it “All about the bunny” featuring made in America black t-shirts highlighting his now famous painted bunny logo ($25.00).
Last seen in Miami a few weeks ago (covered), Stinkfish is now back in Colombia where he worked on two new collaborations on the streets of Bogota.The prolific Colombian artist joined forces with local legends Beek and Zas and the young mexican artist Paola Delfin to beautify the streets of Bogota with some his signature vivid imagery.Continue
Stikki Peaches is one of Canada’s (Montreal to be exact) standout up and coming street artists. Recently Stikki visited NYC and pasted some of the most interesting pieces I saw during the Armory Arts week… So I hunted him down and asked him about art, NYC, & Ketchup chips. Stikki in particular discusses three of
Painting one wall after another, Borondo has once again been busy in London where he just finished working on this strong new piece.Entitled “Cheese”, the talented Spanish artist quickly painted this beautiful piece which is located in the heart of East London. A joke on London Street Art Tours ? or maybe something else… This
Last night Williamsburg Brooklyn’s Outdoor Gallery opened it’s doors to celebrate the book launch for “Outdoor Gallery” by Yoav Litvin. The new book is a compilation of over 40 street artists work documented through photos and interviews taken all over New York City’s 5 boroughs. The book features work by such artists as: Nick Walker,
Charles Leval better know as Levalet is once again back on the streets of Paris, France with this brand new piece.Entitled “Inventory”, the French artist quickly pasted up this signature paster for the locals to enjoy.Continue reading for more detailed images on “Inventory” and then check back with us soon for more updates from Paris.
Tomorrow night New Orleans street artist Priest will make his solo NYC debut at the brand new Mecka Gallery in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Priest’s works presented mostly include large format paintings on canvas combining a dry whit that plays off classic American stereotypes. Noteworthy pieces include the classic “I Heart NY” logo replacing the heart
Bezt and Pener just wrapped up this massive mural entitled “The Healer” on the streets of Kosice, Slovakia.In town for the excellent 2013 edition of SAC, the newly formed duo combined abstraction and figuration to deliver an outstanding piece of work.Stay with us through the click for the best photos yet of this piece and
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