The mural pictured above was painted by the hugely talented Los Angeles-based painter and designer Tristan Eaton at Wynwood Walls in 2017. Several more images captured by Houda Lazrak while in Wynwood for the weekend follow: Spanish artist Deih at Wynwood Walls Deih, close-up Crash, Abstrk and Stephen Palladino Stephen Palladino, close-up West Coast-based Hueman at Wynwood Walls Pez, Kram and Bust collaboration French artist Pro 176 at Wynwood Walls Photos by Houda Lazrak Note: Hailed in a range of media from WideWalls to the Huffington Post to the New York Times, our Street Art NYC App is now available for Android devices here. Read entire story.
The streets of New Orleans — particularly those in the Marigny and the Bywater neighborhoods — teem with a wide range of public art. Pictured above is a mural painted by New Orleans-based visual artist and activist, Brandan Bmike Odums. Several other images captured on my recent visit to NOLA follow: The remarkable Reader aka Booker, OYE & more — one of his dozens of pieces in NOLA The legendary New Orleans-based You Go Girl aka Hugo Gyrl in a delicate vein New Orleans-based Mr Balloon Hands Seattle-based Craig Cundiff with the NOLA Mural Project New Orleans-based Havana-born artist Ramiro Diaz You Go Girl and Reader collaboration Photos: 1-6 Lois Stavsky; 7 Sara Erenthal Coming … Read entire story.
There are few bare surfaces in the abandoned naval base in Bywater, New Orleans. Everything — from tags and throw-ups to sophisticated pieces — covers its exterior, interior and rooftops. Featured above is the work of New Orleans-based Reader, You Go Girl, along with others. What follows is a selection of images I captured there last week: Read aka Reader, OYE, Booker, Bones and more Half Dead & more Charles Heam Tard Tubman & more Photos by Lois Stavsky Read entire story.
Hitting s huge range of surfaces — from discarded mattresses to abandoned rooftops — Brooklyn-based artist Sara Erenthal left her mark in NOLA. What follows are several more works — featuring the artist’s signature style — that I captured on a recent visit: On repurposed wood In Bywater One of several wheat pastes Inside Bywater’s abandoned naval base Along the tracks Upcycled on Desire Street Photos by Lois Stavsky Read entire story.
A masterful painter, tattoo artist and portraitist, Scottish artist Mark Worst has fashioned — in a range of spaces — extraordinary portraits blurring the line between street art and fine art. Featured here are several he painted within the past several months: Portrait of the artist’s “Lady” — painted in Derry, Northern Ireland Portrait of Action Bronson — painted in Leith Docks, Scotland Portrait of the artist’s “mate” — painted in Paisley, Scotland Indoor commission Sponsored by Montana Cans UK, Mark Worst is seeking opportunities to paint in NYC, where he will be from April 8 – 22. The… Read entire story.
A visual ode to the early days of hip-hop and the city that birthed it, Will Power‘s first solo exhibition, wRAPped N BLACK, features 10 large-scale, hugely impressive artworks — each fashioned with white charcoal on black wood panel. Curated by Anthony Bowman, the exhibit continues through Sunday, April 7, at Lichtundfire, 175 Rivington Street on the Lower East Side. Featured above is King of Funk, a beautifully executed portrait of Parliament-Funkadelic leader George Clinton. Several more images from wRAPped N BLACK follow: Hoop Dreams, White charcoal on black wood panel, 60″ x 48″ Da Original BBoy, White charcoal on black wood panel, 60″ x 48&#… Read entire story.
Emerging in the mid-80’s as one of the most prolific writers in his native Copenhagen, Bates has since made his mark across the world. With his swooping patterns, vibrant abstract shapes and masterful manipulation of letters, he has attained legendary status. Here in NYC to celebrate his birthday, he has graced the Lazy Susan Gallery with a selection of works fashioned largely with spray paint, acrylic and roller paint. Several more images from his solo exhibition Bates New York Bash— that opens tonight and will remain on view through Thursday — follow: Bates on Blue with Yellow Bates with Gold Outline Camoflauge You can meet the Great Bates and celebrate his birthday with him tonight &#… Read entire story.
Curated by Laura James and Eileen Walsh, who work under the name BXNYCreative, Look Closer features deliciously diverse surrealist artworks fashioned by three NYC-based artists: Alexis Duque, Rafael Melendez and Juanita Lanzó. Reflecting such themes as connectedness, kinship, colonial influence, environmental decay and sensuality, the works on exhibit invite us into the subconscious minds of the artists. The image featured above, Dwelling, was fashioned by the Colombian artist, Alexis Duque, whose work I first encountered on the streets of the Lower East Side awhile back. Several more images of artworks on view in Look Closer follow: Also by Colombian artist Alexis Duque Puerto Rican native Juanita Lanzó, Untitled Chicano artist Rafael Melandez, Order of … Read entire story.
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Playing in the snow with ellapitr – spot them in the pic! More at https://globalstreetart.com/ella-pitr Read entire story.
Awesome new piece by hunto in Camden. Join us on a tour at www.camdenstreetarttours.com! Read entire story.
An alternative look at puddles by @jps_artist in the uk (https://globalstreetart.com/jps). Read entire story.