After Munich and Berlin, Shepard Fairey and the Obey Giant team are continuing their European tour. They just arrived in Malaga for the upcoing show at the CAC Malaga. And within a day they completed this massive mural featuring Shepard Fairey’s signature Mujer Fatal. It can be seen in the Soho district on Calle Thomas Heredia.Hit
British street artist Phlegm has returned to London where he has been working over the past few days on a news large scale mural in Shoreditch.The artwork features his signature character in a larger than life dimension trapped inside a house, a nod to Alice in Wonderland, while a TV is flying out the window,
Hot off the heels of “Shop Till You Drop” (covered), has Banksy treated us to another slice of fun pie? We believe so! Butterfly took the time to snap these awesome pics for your visual pleasure. We expect more Banksy shenanigans in the near future so keep checking back.
We showed it to you a few days ago but our very own Butterfly was with the DMV crew in Copenhagen for the Galore Festival and she just sent us these very nice action shots and a cool video. Enjoy! More pics after the jump….
Butterfly attended the opening of Sage Vaughn’s “Children of A Lesser God” show at Lazarides Rathbone Gallery this evening. Click HERE to see the full set of photo’s. The show runs until June 4th so be sure to check it out if you’re in the area! Click HERE for the press release. Lazarides 11 Rathbone
Jeffery Deitch & Banksy Butterfly is in LA for MOCA’s “Art In The Streets” and has been providing photo coverage for those of us not fortunate enough to be able to witness this historic show in person. Click HERE to see photo’s of the grand opening. Click HERE to see photo’s of the show in
Butterfly attended the recent opening of Mysterious Al’s solo show, “The Doomsday Papers” @ Stolenspace Gallery. Click HERE to see the set of photo’s. The remaining work is now also available to view and buy online, incl. the new “Amy” print. Silkscreen print over hand-sprayed background, 59 x 84cm, Five Editions of Five, £95.
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