While strolling the 500 block of Washington Avenue I stumbled upon piece after piece by graffiti artist known solely by the tag SRY. No apologies needed, But SRY gets around.
Muffin Milk‘s Creative Director/Lead Designer ThirdEyeTrue aesthetically stitching together styles on styles, and as a street artist he is tried and true, spray-painting street brilliant pyramids and the all seeing eye across the urban jungle of New York City. Open your eyes and take a closer look at some of his street work below.
Greg Mike took to his blog to announce the recent completion of his latest mural. Known for his collaborations with brands such as Freddy Jones and artists like Donnis, this time the Atlanta based artist and designer collaborated with New Belgium Brewery for a vibrant mural outside their space in the Little Five Points area of Atlanta.
WYSIWYG, is a site specific installation in Weimar, Germany created by visual artist Anthony Antonellis. In his previous Shapeshifters, the public paintings were slipped between the wall and the graffiti, in WYSIWYG the painting is slipped between the reflection and the reflected.
“A wall is a very big weapon. It’s one of the nastiest things you can hit someone with.” — Banksy
Art is everywhere in Miami. And with Art Basel this week the city is turned out by artists and art enthusiasts worldwide. A simple trip to see a friend DJ at Awarehouse Gallery turned into a beautiful surprise quickly when we bumped into the world’s largest street level mural installation The Kohn Compound
Wake up dreaming and happily stumble into another gorgeous day. Shock white sand set against shimmering multihued blue water and a true blue dream of a sky. Can we fly?
Street art is a dangerous game. If you aren’t worrying about authorities, it’s your contemporaries, so being precise and stark is just part of the job description. Internationally known street artist Gabriel Specter has all that covered.
Aakash Nihalani‘s street art work consists of mostly isometric rectangles and squares. The Brooklyn based artist selecticly places these graphics around New York to highlight the unexpected contours and elegant geometry of the city itself. For however brief, the artist is offering viewrs a chance to step into a different New York than they are used to seeing. This momentary escape from routine is needed. “People need to understand that how it is isn’t how it has to be,” the artist explains in his artist statement. Take a closer look at Aakash’s work below.