A compilation of some really skilled street artists doing tricks.
Street Artists in Mexico City
Talented man at work. What is this street artist painting?
For many years Roman artists have developed an eye for perfection and beauty. This time, their skills are put to an unusual drawing test. A BMW - seen through the eyes of two street artists.
Mad soccer skills street artist.
Dr. B show on Celebrity Wire TV is always funny and interesting. Here Dr. B interviews a Cannes, France street artist. Another Celebrity Wire exclusive. See more at CelebrityWire****
Mr. Brainwash, or MBW, is the moniker of an eccentric French filmmaker. MBW has spent the last nine years attempting to make the ultimate documentary about graffiti art. But whilst filming many of the world’s most renowned street artists at work, MBW began putting his camera aside and making art of his own. He has graduated from a few hand-drawn stickers to giant billboard sized paste-ups.
MBW does not fit the stereotype of your average street vandal. His artistic process chiefly consists of throwing random modern cultural icons into a blender and turning it up to eleven. The results are by turns profound, provocative and inspirational.
“Life is beautiful” is the first exhibition ever mounted by Mr. Brainwash. It took place in a former Hollywood studio complex and featured over 200 paintings, sculptures and prints alongside an installation made from 25,000 books and a life-size re-creation of Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks.” For more info go to www.artshow2008****
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in Brazil and based in Barcelona, he combines the best of both worlds. Tom14 is a street artist in more than one way. He works on the streets, sometimes literally on the surface of the road, but besides this, his work is also deals with the rights on the street. It's all about reclaiming the streets from real estate investors who make large profits from urban planning projects and do nothing about improving the situation for the local people.
Tom14 takes getting this message out there very seriously, without getting all pessimistic and depressed. His art is a celebration of urban life with bright colors and an iconography that reveals his Latin-American background. We met with the multi-talented Tom14 (he's also a musicinan) as he and his fellow urban conquistadores were preparing an exhibition in galery La Montana in Barcelona.
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Old Skool Graffiti Artist 'BUSK' and LSD Magazine's Wayne Anthony (Class of 88) interviewed street artist Post Mortem on Saturday 23rd January 2010. The full film / interview is coming to both Blend TV (new channel) / LSD Magazine in the very near future…
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New York street artist creates an unbelievable masterpiece only using some spray paint cans...
Street Artist Cryptik x Branded Arts Mural Project
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"Know Self" Art Showing by at Xin in Hollywood. It was so much fun. There was this cool dj playing florescent lit ice cream truck outside. We are gonna do a clip just on the ice cream man alone. Chase's art as usual was incredible and inspired all the party goers. ... filmed and produced by *******www.ZexSports****. Hosted by ZexSports rockstar Espree Devora
Our friends at White Walls were kind enough to give us an exclusive sneak peak into the upcoming Blek le Rat and ABOVE shows...and in our wise Warholian opinion, do not miss this show.
This pairing brings together two totally different artistic perspectives into a gallery setting.
Known as the Godfather of the stencil art street movement (or Grandfather as Blek noted jokingly), le Rat's art has inspired major players in the contemporary art movement the likes of BANKSY and Shepard Fairey since 1981.
ABOVE is well know for bombing over 60+ cities in 45+ different countries with his iconic wooden arrows that are often found dangling from telephone wires, spinning, asking the viewer to participate in the environment.
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Jesse Hazelip sat down with Warholian**** to give an exclusive interview and sneak peak at some of his latest pieces in mid-process. Hazelip is well known in the San Francisco Bay Area street scene for his oversized Buffalo/Bomber juxtapositions, as well as herons with heads of anti-artillery weaponry. Hazelip's work questions humanity's obsession with war through imagery that is not only poignant, but also beautiful.
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Asians surpassing everyone at lollipop making? Seriously though, that thing looks delicious.
This is just beautiful.