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NeSpoon is a Warsaw, Poland based artist who creates ornate lace patterns as her unique brand of street art that transcends a number of textile field and is installed in public spaces. NeSpoon transforms and beautifies remote and forgotten surfaces to create a what she refers to as “public jewelry.”

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San Francisco designer Benny Gold recently sent blank airplanes made of balsa wood to artists all over the world. Each artist hand-crafted each airplane into individual works of art. Artists involved are Bigfoot, Haroshi, Aaron De La Cruz, Jon Contino, Jeff Staple, Andrew Pommier, Erik Marinovich, Ken Davis, Grotesk, Andy Jenkins, Omar Gonzales, Curtis Kulig, Greg Mishka, Mark Gonzales, Usugrow, Hannah Stouffer, Morning Breath, and more.

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Since Jonathon Paul‘s emergence as a street artist under the name of Desire Obtain Cherish in the early 2000s, (DOC) has become known as pop sculptor working across a wide variety of different media and a combination of styles including street, pop, conceptual and appropriation art. His controversial art work explores contemporary desires and obsessions with sex, gender, drugs, commerce, media and fame. Transporting controversial, satirical messages, Paul’s vibrantly colorful, entertaining and impeccably produced art exposes society’s inability to control itself and examines the commercial promise of fulfillment and happiness that ends in dependency.

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Artist Isaac Cordal is a sculpture artist who creates brilliant little skeleton figurines and places them throughout the street of Mexico. Cordal’s work always has the feeling of mourning, despair and a sense of loss. In his artist satement Cordal says: “Isaac Cordal is sympathetic toward his little people and you can empathize with their situations, their leisure time, their waiting for buses and even their more tragic moments such as accidental death, suicide or family funerals. The sculptures can be found in gutters, on top of buildings, on top of bus shelters; in many unusual and unlikely places.”

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