With our first Streets: World Roundup feature since Art Basel Week in Miami, it’s only appropriate to choose a mural from there as our headliner. This tribute to Tupac and the The Notorious B.I.G. by Eduardo Kobra was painted in the Wynwood District. Check out the rest of our coverage of the happenings in Miami here.
Other notable public art comes from Philippe Baudelocque – Paris, Libre, Spel, Kafy, Dual (HEM crew) and Skof – Mexico, David de la Mano – Uruguay, Chor Boogie – New York, Inti – Chile, Dust – Germany, Dadi Dreucol – France, monsieur Qui – France, Hellbent – New York, Deih – Menorca Island, Gaia – Italy, Isaac Cordal – Spain, Aakash Nihalani – Los Angeles, Hyuro – Spain, Ludo – Paris (source), and Ernest Zacharevic – Malaysia.
All photos via the artists unless source otherwise specified…
Philippe Baudelocque in Paris. Photo by saL.
Painted by LIBRE along with Spel, Kafy and Dual from the HEM Crew and Skof in Tijuana for the “Pintemos Mexico” program.
David de la Mano in Uruguay.
Chor Boogie at 5 Bryant Park in New York.
Inti in Santiago, Chile for Festival “Hecho En Casa.”
Dust in Berlin, Germany. “Memory” in honor of his late grandfather.
Dadi Dreucol for the “SAFE” festival in France.
monsieur Qui in Paris.
Hellbent for the Ralph Lauren Denim and Supply’s Art Wall Project in Manhattan.
Deih on the Menorca Island, Spain for the Mô Art Urbâ Interactiu.
Gaia in Rome (arranged by 999Contemporary).
Isaac Cordal in Spain.
Aakash Nihalani – “L.A. Leaker” in Los Angeles.
Hyuro in Valencia, Spain.
Ludo in Paris (via Public Ad Campaign).
Ernest Zacharevic in Malaysia. “$INCERITY” : Any city however small, is in fact divided by 2, one the city of the poor, the other of the rich. These are at war with one another. – NATIVE IN$TRUCTION$
(Quote from The Republic by Plato)