Today at 10 am (PST), Thinkspace will be releasing a new box set in their online shop from Sainer (one half of the Etam Cru) referencing their exhibition at the gallery last year (covered). Entitled Snowman, the unique collection of art paraphernalia includes a 15″ x 15″ 7 layer screenprint on laser cut plywood of a snowman head, a special box stamped with the Polish artist’s baseball player design, three die-cut stickers, an enamel pin of the iconic Etam Cru skull icon, and a signed and numbered COA. The […]
Category Archives: Street & Urban Art
On Monday, June 6th at 6PM CEST (12PM EDT), Escif will be releasing a new limited edtion via Elsewhere.es. The new lithograph is titled Cesta Con Fruta (Basket With Fruit) and will be released in an edition of 120 pieces. The image depicts a fruit basket, familiar image from classic art, with several grenades hidden among the grapes and apples. Once again, the Spanish artist sends a sharp, almost humorous message about the state of our society and the presence of weapons in everyday life. This offset lithograph will each […]
Last month, Felipe Pantone visited Paris in order to create his contribution to the ongoing Lasco Project curated by Hugo Vitrani for Palais De Tokyo. Following the work from Stelios Faitakis, Olivier Kosta-Théfaine, Philippe Baudelocque, JR and Os Gemeos for the project, the prolific Argentinian-born artist and his team painted an impressive installation in the tunnel of the A86 Duplex, between Rueil-Malmaison in Vélizy, west of Paris. The young artist, known for his graphic based work that plays with dimensions, illusion and use of digital imagery, painted walls, floors and ceiling of this monumental space, took the […]
Recently in the UAE, miniature street sculptor Slinkachu created 10 new works Dubai Walls. These installations were hidden in plain site by the British street artist who will also be contributing some photography for a huge open-air wall in City Walk. Take a look at a selection of these pieces, each tailored especially with the local people and culture in mind. Discuss Slinkachu here.
Back in November of last year, we shared with you images of Shepard Fairey’s (featured) installation between the first and second floor of the Eiffel Tower entitled Earth Crisis. That high profile project was arranged by Galerie Itinerrance and was meant to draw attention to the global environmental crisis. On June 24th, the man who built Obey will be opening a show of the same name at the gallery in Paris featuring new works on canvas and paper, six new prints, and reproductions of the globe sculpture. Each piece […]
Coming up this weekend, KAWS will be presenting new works to his fans in Korea at Galerie Perrotin’s new outpost. The newly opened space (1F 5 PALPAN-GIL, JONGNO-GU) will be the setting for the New York-based artist’s first visit to Seoul City. Look for more paintings featuring his continually evolving abstractions of his favorite cartoon, comic, and pop culture inspired characters. The show runs from June 2nd to August 27th. Discuss this show here. Discuss KAWS here.
Currently at the Legion of Honor, The Future of the Past: Mummies and Medicine is showing through August 2018 featuring RETNA’s (featured) distinct script in the background. The Los Angeles-based graffiti artist’s work has always been compared to and influenced in part by Egyptian hieroglyphs, so his career has come a full circle now with an invitation by the museum in San Francisco to paint the walls surrounding the exhibition. Learn more in the video below… Discuss RETNA here.
More stories from the week that ended May 29 (click on bolded words for more information): Terence Koh returns. Koh talks to Artforum. New York Times interviews him. Artinfo writes about the show at Andrew Edlin Gallery. Artsy also covers his return. The Creators Project attends the parade. RIP: Steve Wolfe, who passed away at the age of 66. Darja Bajagić work censored from Omul Negru exhibition. Artsy writes about the culturally suffocating ways that the government treats art exhibitions in Vietnam. Thomas Duncan Gallery will close in […]
For this year’s Monoco GP, Os Gemeos have designed a special helmet for fellow countryman and Formula One driver Felipe Massa. With the relaxing of the rule forcing drivers to keep a single helmet design for a whole year (now allowed one special set of colors once per season), the Brazilian racer took advantage and asked the artistic duo to create the imagery for the new headwear including a painted version of his wife and son on the top. Take a look at more detailed views below… Photo […]
Following on last year’s inaugural event (covered), Coney Art Walls has returned with new artist for 2016. Opening starting today (with murals slated to be done June 18th), the public display of art will feature murals from Nina Chanel Abney, John Ahearn, Aiko, Crash, Timothy Curtis, D*Face, Daze, Jessica Diamond, Tristan Eaton, Tatyana Fazlizadeh, Gaia, Haze, Icy & Sot, London Police, Mister Cartoon, Nychos, Pose, Stephen Powers, Marie Roberts, Tats Cru, and Sam Vernon. One of the first artist’s to leave their mark this year was […]