brooklyn’s very own by Luna Park on Flickr.
Luna spots a nice Revs - never seen that one b4
lister by Luna Park on Flickr.
Luna has been putting up some good coverage of the Lister NYC invasion
“Etna-Land Art” (2014). Land art using the typical elements of the environment, only. Artist: vladyart (Italy)
HARDCORE by Fra.Biancoshock - Milan, 2014
On the Bushwick Pavement by LoisInWonderland on Flickr.
I wish more United States graffiti was political
We’re super excited to share with you the latest wall as a part of our Savage Habbit murals project endeavor which was painted by someone who I have admired for years, Case of the Ma’Claim Crew. Bringing his incredible photo realism to the streets of Jersey City, NJ this wall enforces the notion and necessity to fight for peace. Saturated with intense color contrasts and of course featuring his signature hand gesture movement we are reminded of the disconnect of the right to fight [for equality, freedom, and pacifism] from the actual rights we are naturally entitled to, hence the slinky joining the two, the fisted hand and the universal hand sign of peace. We’re absolutely thrilled to have been able to work with him and have this positive energy in our streets… and be sure to check out our Flickr for all the progress and detail shots of this brilliant piece.
Also, many thanks to Samira and Davis for the help!
"Actor 4 Hire" a homeless E.T. on the streets of Los Angeles by Crummy Gummy
"please Banksy raise my property value do a graffiti here". artist: vladyart (www.vladyart.com) for Emergence Festival, Giardini-Naxos 2014
Italy’s Pixel Pancho completes a collab with German artist Case of Maclaim Crew for the Bushwick Collective murals. by This is Awkward on Flickr.
Centro da cidade de Vitória - ES - Brasil
Center of Vitória - ES - Brazil
Chifumi went big in Kathmandu
More at www.chifumi.fr
Hand-painted and left in the woods to live free by Quel Beast http://www.quelbeast.com/
"Night Train". Only visible at night. artist: VladyArt, April 2014 www.vladyart.com
Kuma was here by carnagenyc on Flickr.
That’s how you do it (in Detroit?)