janaundjs danwitz by Luna Park on Flickr.
Well placed Jana Undjs vs. Dan Witz shot by Luna
WHATEVERRRR by TerryJohnston on Flickr.
Good knit piece in Brooklyn
My name is Andre, Not OBEY! by Crummy Gummy in Orlando, FL.
14 03 30_6347_red converse by changsterdam on Flickr.
Another good Shok- shot in Bushwick by Changsterdam
Archeology by Tim Schreier on Flickr.
Tim shot a nice Shok on the Lower East Side
RAE BK in Coney Island, Brooklyn 2014
We’re super excited to greet this new season with the first wall as a part of our Savage Habbit murals project endeavor which was painted by Li-Hill. Competition amongst humans has been around for thousands of years and with this new series that Li-Hill has been recently working on he references the Olympics as the new form of competition that is more about capitalism and economics then competing itself. Painted in the heart of downtown Jersey City, NJ he mimicked the high speed motion of a Ping Pong player, a sport in which perfection is bred from an early age and winning means power to the representing country. Using freehand fluid techniques he created the illusion and aura of movement surrounding the player in action and beautifully blocked off it off with colors for a subtly cool variation in layers. We’re absolutely thrilled to have been able to work with him and have this piece of art in our streets, so be sure to check out our Flickr for all the progress and detail shots of this brilliant piece.
New type of street art by luis rosenfeld
He polypastes (not wheatpaste, “polypasting” uses polyurethane instead of wheatpaste) one of his enlarged images on the street. The image gets painted over as usual, he then goes back and recovers parts of it by stripping paint off.
judith supine by Luna Park on Flickr.
Nice Judith Supine, shot by Luna
14 02 16_2898 Wheatpaste - regal canine by changsterdam on Flickr.
'SNO-SPHINX' - RAE in Brooklyn, NY
The crowding also helps in that it discourages focusing on one thing at a time, which conventional art exhibitions tend to foster. Few works in “City as Canvas” hold up to such extended scrutiny. These artists were more oriented to the commercial aesthetics of graphic design and illustration, and it shows in facile technique and the prevalence of extroverted style over personal substance. — http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/07/arts/design/graffiti-art-at-the-museum-of-the-city-of-new-york.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
untitled by amolho4 on Flickr.
Ben Eine is in town for a new show- I like this new font he’s doing
maya hayuk in progress by Luna Park on Flickr.
Nice Maya Hayuk photographed by Luna