Really diggin’ this wall by Jetsonorama + Yote in Tucson, Arizona.
It’s hard to look at point of view works like these by Roma-based Mimmo Rubino and not think of the great Felice Varini. Yet, as long as the basic principle is executed on point, the overall effect will continue to feel freshhhh.
La Maîtresse de la Tour Eiffel by Michel de Broin was conceived for the Nuit Blanche 2009 in Paris. The end result is flashy and extraordinary in its ephemeral monumentality.
via Flores en el Atico
No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No, No by Stefan Bruggemann, at the Sala de Arte Publico Siqueiros in Mexico City.
via Centre For The Aesthetic Revolution
Roa has been painting nice walls like these in Warsaw, Poland, over the last couple days…
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Here are two blue street art projects that we like. The first being Rudolf Klöckner’s My Painted Pool (2009), which we saw over at rebel:art:
This second project is called Beukelsblauw and was created in one of the most unseen streets of Rotterdam, by Florentijn Hofman. Adding a layer of blue paint to the housing project quickly turned it into one of the most photographed streets of the entire city. Ohh and by the way, we spotted this baby over at ignant.de.
Really fresh stuff from Aakash Nihalani in India!
v > unurth
These installations by Hector Zamora were set up in two separate buildings in Bogota (Colombia). They actually remind me a lot of Benjamin Verdonck’s Nest set up on a building in Rotterdam (Holland).
v > Centre for the Aesthetic Revolution
I’ve been spying on SpY for quite some time now. He’s from Madrid, he’s extremely talented, and is surely one of the best street artist out there. So, hopefully you’ll enjoy his playful installations as much as I do!
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