Tag Archives: Street Art

Viva La Revolucion!

Some flix taken from Gingko Press’ Viva La Revolucion. This book compiles some of the best street artists from around the world include Metropark favorites Shepard Fairey, Barry McGee, Os Gemeos, and a ton more. Now available at Metropark Invader Date Farmers Swoon Os Gemeos Vhils Os Gemeos Jr Shepard Fairey

He’s Baaaaack!

In a campaign to continue to promote his Oscar nominated movie Exit Through the Gift Shop, our favorite street artist Banksy is at it again, this time in Hollywood, California. Many are wondering if he wins an Oscar will Banksy finally reveal himself to the world? What do you think he’ll do? This piece first […]

Street Art x Google Maps – Sponsored by… Red Bull

This is pretty interesting. The folks over at Red Bull have put together (at least funded to get sponsorship billing) this little website that tracks street art that has been captured by Google Maps. http://streetartview.com I took a few mins to check out some pieces that have been added, which I believe is all user […]

Documenting Street Art

Ozkar Gorgias is a street artist and photographer. Over the last twelve years he’s been creating art just by wearing his sneakers. He’s documented the shoes he’s worn over the last twelve years to create a minimal but stunning piece that’s truly all encompassing. via.

Positive Reinforcement

Leed’s School of Design student Paul Price has a message and he wants you to listen. Instead of shouting he’s taken to the streets with these positive message posters that he posts all around Leeds, England. His blog is really interesting too!

Poster Boy

Brooklyn based street artist Poster Boy has been at it again deconstructing and reconstructing his surrounding using only a razor blade to create his often politically charged street art pieces. <p style="text-align: left;"Check him out as he "works":

Stop, Pop & Roll

At a glance, Brooklyn-based street artist Aakash Nihalani‘s work looks somewhat like blatant photoshop pieces. But in reality, it’s bright-colored tape physically embedded into various places on the street. Nihalani sees beauty in cinder block, brick buildings or a street sign, otherwise mundane things to the average Joe. He brings out extra dimensions that incite passersby […]

Hidden Characters

Art is in the eye of the beholder. In French artist Sandrine Estrade Boulet‘s eyes, she sees art and the potential for art where the normal eye doesn’t. Inspired by the urban art that surrounds her, Boulet makes regular objects strewn about the city come alive through her imagination and creates quirky “characters” that live among the other city dwellers. […]

Graffiti Technica

Graffiti has quickly gained a reputation as art instead of vandalism in some circles, but the general public may never fully accept it or understand it. Maybe in this technology-driven world, putting a digital spin on it will help. Brad Schwede of Graffiti Technica is dedicated to the progression of hardcore electronic art and 3D graffiti. […]

Tweet Tweet.

An unknown artist has a fancy for funny in New York. The unnamed artist put up this “real” fake bird in a tree with it’s own twitter bubble mocking the people that would walk past. The bird was found on Mott Street just north of Gimme Coffee last week! If you’re in New York keep […]