Browsing the archives for the street art tag

Street Art: DAIM

Rediscover the art of street art legend DAIM. DAIM’s impressive trompe-l’œil art pops out of walls and canvases all across the world. This German artist was a key piece in the refinement movement of graffiti in the 90s. While his style is reminiscent of the last decade, it is still breath taking. Click on the […]

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October 11, 2011 in Art, Street Art
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Painting: Daniel Bombardier

See the art of Daniel Bombardier. Under the name DENIAL, Daniel creates irreverent pieces inspired by the aesthetics of street art. Powerful messages regarding society, identity and a numb life style. To see more click on the image.

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July 22, 2011 in Painting, Street Art
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Street Art: Haight-Asbury San Francisco

Closing the exploration of street art in San Francisco, is the legendary Haight-Asbury. After the two parts on Mission District, and the amazing Clarion Alley; discover some of the impressive street art examples in the Haight-Asbury neighbourhood, which holds true to its counter-cultural history. Click on the image to see more.

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May 4, 2011 in Street Art
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Street Art: Clarion Alley San Francisco

Continuing with the series on great street art in San Francisco, here are some samples of the works in Clarion Alley. North of Mission District, the Clarion Alley Mural Project founded by Aaron Noble, Michael O’Connor, Sebastiana Pastor, Rigo 23, Mary Gail Snyder and Aracely Soriano showcases different styles and concerns. Click on the image […]

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May 2, 2011 in Street Art
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Street Art: Mission – San Francisco II

See more of San Francisco’s fascinating Mission district. As a follow up to the previous post on street art in San Francisco, here are more images dealing with social struggle, cultural heritage, and more. To see more, click on the image.

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April 25, 2011 in Street Art
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Street Art: Mission – San Francisco-I

Discover the fantastic street art creations in the Mission district in San Francisco. Mostly produced thanks to the effort of the Precita Eyes Muralists Association, the murals bring forth the Latin American heritage of the district, but most importantly are a testament to the individual and social impact of art. To see more, click on […]

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April 20, 2011 in Street Art
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Street Art: Jana Joana

Discover the impressive creations of Jana Joana. This Brazilian street artist creates impressive murals with mostly feminine figures and floral motives that have a sense of sensuality and innocence at the same time. To see more, click on the image.

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April 13, 2011 in Street Art
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Street Art: Dispatchwork

Discover the art of Dispatchwork. Making cities more colourful, Dispatchwork restores all sorts of buildings using Lego blocks. Various cities across the world have seen their buildings and monuments patched-up this way, many times through the sponsorship of a local gallery. For some examples, see more.

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March 11, 2011 in Street Art
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Painting: Jovi Schnell

See the paintings, illustrations and murals by Jovi Schnell. Complex structures are rendered in a naive style that makes them not only attractive but can even draw a smile. Jovi Schnell has produced several murals in San Francisco, where his art seems to fit perfectly. To see the murals and more examples, see more.

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March 4, 2011 in Illustration, Painting, Street Art
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Street Art: Banksy

The recent nomination of Banksy’s film Exit Through the Gift Shop for an Academy Award has given him an excuse to work on the streets of Los Angeles, a city that on itself represents a lot of what Banksy opposes with his art. While these creations are far from being Banksy’s most interesting work, they […]

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February 24, 2011 in Meaning-full, Street Art
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