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Tag Archives: Street art
If you never had a chance to visit the landmark http://www.rsvlts.com/ pulled together some amazing photos of NYC’s coolest museum. “5Pointz is the world’s largest display of graffiti art, and it’s a global social hub,” Eric Felisbret, the author of Graffiti New … Continue reading
Hamburg-based artist 1010 creates colorful street art that gives off the illusion of peeling layers through the clever use of perspective. Each piece in the ‘Holes’ series contains layers that seem to peel away to reveal hidden spaces deep within the wall. The … Continue reading
1. Banksy – New York City 2. Ernest Zacharevic – Singapore 3. Conor Harrington – San Juan, Puerto Rico 4. Levalet – Paris, France 5. Invader – New York City LINK!
To support/pledge go to: Painting an entire favela in Rio de Janeiro at Kickstarter. 10 years with Haas and Hahn in Rio de Janeiro: LINK!
While Banksy is posting new pieces all over NYC these days, here’s a look at some of the recent work of his (almost) namesake Hanksy: LINK!
Ontario-based artist Dorota Pankowska has created “Pro Bono Promo,” a street art collection of logos made out of the products they represent. LINK!