These past few days have been a ton of fun for us with the wall painted by Ekundayo and now Pixel Pancho as a part of our Savage Habbit murals project endeavor. Taking from his family life of personally being looked at as the “black sheep” (i.e. being an artist) Pixel painted this stunning large scale mural right in the heart of downtown Jersey City, NJ, with of course the human boy being a reflection of himself. This robotic Victorian style family portrait is on a whole other level from his usual walls, incorporating a ton of detail and characters, a bit more like his paintings. 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.
And of course a big thanks to Paul from Del Forno Real Estate for letting us paint his wall and the City of Jersey City for helping to make this happen (and a shout out to Terrence… the best lift operator around!). Enjoy!
Thanks! - Savage Habbit
hygienic dress league (HDL) new billboard in Detroit with neon.
Brooks and Pacific, Venice Beach.
Artist: Ralph Ziman.
Guns made of yarn and beads.
9 days. 9 storied-building, extremely rough surface. The cyclist symbolizes human abilities. Since the bicycle is a mechanical vehicle, people riding a bike move forward using their own energy. This work wants to remind the viewers that in the modern world people way too often rely on new technologies forgetting about their own abilities and powers and underestimating them. The mural was made in Salavat, Bashkortostan.
We are 6 students from Miami Ad School that have created a project for the memorial of 9/11.
Below is a press release and attached are photos.
This is the link to the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5n-d07kbV2A&feature=youtu.be
Thank you for your time!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York, 9/11/13.
Street art on traffic lights honors the victims of 9/11
On this morning of 9/11, pedestrian traffic lights around New York City have taken on a whole new meaning. The stop symbol is no longer in the shape of the familiar hand, but has been modified to resemble the fallen twin towers. Underneath it a message reads: “9/11. Forward. Together.”
Six international advertising students from Miami Ad School are behind this creative guerilla project:
“We wanted to create something different to show people that sharing the memory of 9/11 makes us stronger. We will never stop moving forward and we will never be alone. That’s what the connection between the two towers and the walking man symbolizes,” they explain.
The signs have been spotted all over Manhattan and Brooklyn in busy areas such as the Financial District, Union Square and Bedford Ave in Williamsburg. If you want to catch a glimpse of the artwork you better hurry up because we don’t know for how long they will get to stay up.
Ana Lucia Lopez Espinoza
Miami Ad School Brooklyn
10 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
The Key: New Mural by Dmitri Aske aka Sicksystems, Moscow, Russia
This painting on a five-storey building was made in the centre of Moscow as a part of the LGZ Street Art Festival in September 2013.
You can find more pictures at www.sicksystems.ru.
New Chifumi’s wall on the streets of Siem Reap (Cambodia)
More to see at www.chifumi.fr