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After a few quiet months interrupted with occasional drawings shared through his Facebook page, Pejac is back with another street piece in his hometown of Santander entitled New Order. As the title indicates, the mural symbolizes a different setup or view of things, or a drastic change that can bring brighter future. Staying true to his recognizable technique and approach, the Spanish artist created another striking original work using some of his recurring imagery. With minimal intervention on the wall, he created an effective illusion of […]
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AM recently had the chance to peek inside Meguru Yamaguchi’s studio in Brooklyn as he was preparing a new body of work, which will be shown at Reed Space starting March 26th. Infinity Net will present some striking new abstract work by the Tokyo-born and raised artist for his second showing at the space. The works continue his colorful expressive style, but step further into abstract while continuing to combine the influences of the street culture in Shibuya and NYC, along with fashion design influences both from his parents and […]
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More stories from the week that ended March 22 (click on bolded words for more information): NY home formerly owned by Halston and designed by Paul Rudolph goes on the market for $40mil. Nineteen people killed by terrorists during attack at National Bardo Museum in Tunisia. Extra police assigned to NY’s most popular museums in a direct response to the attack. Helge Achenbach sentenced to six years in prison after being found guilty of fraud. Robert Durst’s family’s connection to the art world. American officials […]
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It’s been a while since our last Rewind feature, so here are some videos that you may have missed in the interim. Leading things off is a film by director Ben Mor featuring an interesting look into the world of Os Gemeos. The eclectic footage merges seamlessly together as we are taken on a trip through exhibitions, installations, paintings, sculptures and the real lives of the Brazilian twins. Through the magic of animation, fans will notice the duo’s imagery come to life. Other notable videos: The Hundreds […]
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Phlegm recently spent several days on a cherry picker in East London, painting a large wall near Old Street with generous help from Red Market and AltLondon. The finished piece is features one of his gigantic characters, cramped inside a typical English house, and includes a cool little nod to Banksy since it’s created on the same wall where the TV Out of the Window piece was painted. While this mural can be seen as a critique on the crowds and over population of the British capital, the artist stated – “It’s just […]
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Ludo (interviewed) is currently in Shanghai, putting the final touches on the works for his upcoming solo show opening on March 21st at Magda Danysz Gallery, Shanghai. Fly Me To The Moon is a project that includes works that the young French artist worked on during his visits since November 2014 until March 2015. During these visits he pasted many street works around Shanghai and Hong Kong, soaked in the visuals and the energy of the locales, but also collected materials for producing gallery works. His signature imagery […]
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It seems that POW! WOW! Hawaii gets more ambitious each year with the plethora of quality local and international artists participating growing as a result. With our more focused coverage over, here is a recap of some of the murals and walls that we missed. Included here is a the finished mural from James Jean (in progress here) at the Honolulu Museum of Art (seen above) and Slick’s piece featuring the Hawaiian flag constructed from the script of Queen’s Lili‘uokalani Protest against the Treaty of Annexation in 1897 (seen below across from Fresh Cafe in […]
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More stories from the week that ended March 15 (click on bolded words for more information): See images from Gagosian Gallery’s John Chamberlain and Jean Prouvé show in Chelsea. RIP: Frei Otto, who died at the age of 89, one day before being named winner of Pritzker prize. RIP: Michael Graves, who died at the age of 80 of natural causes. Islamic State destroys the remains of the ancient site of Hatra, Iraq, a World Heritage Site since 1987. It is also reported that the […]
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After constantly traveling around the world, Seth Globepainter is currently staying in Paris and working on his upcoming solo show opening on March 20th with Itinerrance Gallery. The artist used this opportunity to finally take his part in the legendary Le Mur project by creating a fresh mural in his hometown last weekend. Le Mur is an ongoing art program where every two week a new artist paints a billboard panel on Oberkampf street in the French capital. Last Saturday, Seth took advantage of the sunny […]
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A few months after his last solo show in NYC (covered), DALeast (interviewed) went on a two month trip around China, Nepal and India. He timed his travels to arrive in Delhi on time to participate in the local St+Art Project with a fresh mural. Inspired by his personal experiences during the trip around Asia, especially India, the new piece represents the everyday chaos and crowds, yet all being functional and organized to some extent. The image of the chaotic flock of birds refers to such a state […]
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More stories from the week that ended March 8 (click on bolded words for more information): Four terminally ill patients see Rembrandt exhibition courtesy of Ambulance Wish Foundation charity. Bail for Yves Bouvier set at €10mil. 15 historic artifacts stolen from Château de Fontainebleau in smash and grab burglary. An Oscar Murillo canvas may have been stolen from MoMA show. World’s priciest cheese slicer designed by Rodrigo Otazu and Boska Holland stolen from Amsterdam Cheese Museum. Islamic State extremists attack 3,000-year-old ancient city of Nimrud with […]
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The offices of Rock Paper Scissors, a post production company located on the Westside recently had the locally-based RISK work on two walls for them. The building had quite a bit of history associated with it as he and other graffiti artists had painted it 24 years ago when it was owned by Sylvester Stallone. For this particular project, some of the iconic original elements were left while some of the original artists and new friends added to the new mural. Using RISK’s signature “beautifully […]
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