Tag: street art

May 31, 2012

10 Latest Artworks from Banksy

10 Latest Artworks from Banksy

The world’s most famous street artist needs little introduction. Here are the ten latest pieces (both indoor and out) Banksy has put up on his website (#10 is just a studio shot, but ten is such a nice round number!). Which is your favourite? You can always check out http://www.banksy.co.uk/ for the latest from…

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May 23, 2012

Shadowy Faces Made from Strainers

Shadowy Faces Made from Strainers

Artwork and Photography by ISAAC CORDAL Using simple strainers, public sources of light and very steady hands; artist and sculptor Isaac Cordal creates incredible faces in colander baskets, placing them around London, using street lights to project shadowy figures onto sidewalks. We’ve already featured Isaac’s brilliant work before, but in this series entitled…

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May 22, 2012

Anonymous Street Artist Adds Photoshop Toolbar to H&M Billboards

Anonymous Street Artist Adds Photoshop Toolbar to H&M Billboards

Photograph by I’m Not Alex Bogusky on Tumblr Last week an unknown street artist pasted Photoshop toolbars to several H&M billboards in Hamburg, Germany. The humourous adbust was spotted by blogger I’m Not Alex Bogusky on Tumblr. The ads in question show bikini-clad Brazilian model Isabeli Fontana, who is no doubt beautiful but…

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May 14, 2012

The Amazing Street Art of Tasso

The Amazing Street Art of Tasso

Haling from Meerane, Germany, street artist Tasso (aka Ta55o) does some incredible work with spray paint. Beyond street art, Tasso also has an extensive gallery of canvas work along with some incredible sketches, drawing and drippings. Tasso did his first piece in 1991 under the pseudonym GESHWAY and he’s been blowing up walls ever…

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May 9, 2012

Billboard Bandits: An Intimate Portrayal of Culture Jamming

Billboard Bandits: An Intimate Portrayal of Culture Jamming

© Dean Sewell, from the exhibition Culture Jammers at the Museum of Sydney In the 1970s and 80s a group of protestors calling themselves BUGAUP scrawled anti-tobacco messages on billboards across the country, leading to an Australia-wide ban on tobacco advertising and making the group world pioneers of a movement now known as…

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May 7, 2012

Stockholm Metro: The World’s Longest Art Gallery

Stockholm Metro: The World’s Longest Art Gallery

At 110 kilometers (68.3 miles) in length, the Stockholm Subway System is said to be the world’s longest art exhibit. Travelling by metro is like travelling through an exciting story that extends from the artistic pioneers of the 1950s to the art experiments of today. Over 90 of the 100 subway stations in…

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Mar 29, 2012

16 Fresh Pieces by Russian Street Artist P183

16 Fresh Pieces by Russian Street Artist P183

Artwork by P183 @ http://www.183art.ru Not much is known about Russian street artist P183. It is believed the ‘P’ stands for Pavel or Paul, the artist’s first name. On his site he claims he was born (08/11/83) and still lives in Moscow and has a degree in ‘communication design’. Aside from that, he’s…

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