Australian born street artists Reka One was recently in Washington D.C creating work for the Art Whino Gallery. In his classic style the artist uses clean and crisp line work with an abstract kick.
Street artist INTI recently hit up the city of Cali in Colombia where he was invited to work on a new piece for the “Bienal Internacinoal de Muralismo y Arte Publico”. Working at the Biblioteca de la Escuela “Nuevo Latir”, the infamous Chilean artist once again worked his magic on this building with this large-scale character holding an olive branch.
Bordalo ii (or Bordalo Segundo) is currently in Loures, Portugal where he just finished working on a huge new street installation. The Portuguese native spent a few days working at “O Bairro i o Mundo” to build this fantastic grey heron which was made using Bordalo’s classic recycled tools.
In a series of photos entitled “Thanksgiving Special”, San Francisco-based artist Hannah Rothstein imagines Thanksgiving dinner platters as constructed by famous artists throughout history. Gravy, corn, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce, and even the plate itself is used as a medium for edible artworks in the style of iconic painters such as Jackson Pollock, Cindy Sherman, Georges Seurat, and Vincent van Gogh.
Last month, UK-based artist Nick Walker had a solo exhibition in New York City. To follow that up, Mr. Walker made sure the good folks of NYC also got a taste of his work outdoors with his signature street character “Love Vandal.” The piece can be found in a parking lot located off 17th street & 6th avenue.