Pantónio did this piece last week in Lisbon, between two schools of
graphic design. This is a way to say use your powerfull tool.
why: because I believe anyone who has had their hands above their head while a computer took naked pictures of you or had an underpaid, overzealous TSA agent rifle through your jock looking for bombs will understand and appreciate this piece
making of here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FrQjG1rN-SM
lny by Luna Park on Flickr.
Nice LNY shot by Luna in East Village
New huge wall painting 70 metres long by CANEMORTO, in the North of Italy.
Here is a stop-motion video about how it’s made.
More information, walls and projects by CANEMORTO can be found in their website:
How are you?
I want to send you my last wall: testamento. I painted this in Montevideo
I hope that you like it
A wedding proposal mural by Animaux Circus on the Shoreditch Art Wall, London. Created in collaboration with WeAreCan, painted over 2 and a half days in preparation for Phil, the client to walk his girlfriend of 3yrs past on saturday the 23rd of February, the piece will remain on the wall until 9th March.
700 cardboard boxes = Goofy the dog, made in front of Boteros cat in Barcelona. Made by the Box-ing collective…
Saw this going to work on Houston Street in SoHo. Asked the shop owner for some info on the artist. Apparently it is “Young and Sick” based in LA.
This work by Bleeps was spotted near Omonia square(central Athens GR)
Unfortunately due to it’s political and historical intensity it was quickly removed
The words written are “imposition reaction resignation oblivion”
Image of the work will be featured in a forthcoming world street art Atlas published by Quintessence
This a huge wheatpaste made by myself (Stab) in an abandoned supermarket in Fouesnant, Brittany, France. It got more than 20 000 views on my deviantart portfolio, so I guess some more people - including you - might enjoy it. If you want to find out more about my work : http://www.behance.net/stab/frame. Thank you, and keep up with the good work; your blog’s great !
Over the years Banksy has tried to maintain his anonymity. He has argued that he needs to hide his real identity because of the illegal nature of graffiti — that he “has issues with the cops,” that authenticating a street piece could be like “a signed confession.” But as obscurity has given way to fame and his works have become coveted — and costly — collectors’ pieces, critics have increasingly pointed out that Banksy has used anonymity as a marketing device, as another tool in his arsenal of publicity high jinks to burnish his own mystique.