It took nearly 7 or so months of searching the streets at night for Above’s new installation. This break dancer stencil truly comes to life at night. The title for the video is extremely appropriate because as we know with street art, timing is everything!
One of our favourite artists, Ben Frost, uses everything he can get his hands on to create fantastic works of art. Here, he uses recycled McDonald’s french fry containers for pop culture icon paintings.
Juxtapoz stopped by FIFTY24SF Gallery in San Francisco a couple of days ago to say “hello” to their January cover artist ARYZ and snap a couple of teaser shots for the fans as he prepares for his new solo show, “Style Is The Limit”, opening this Friday, April 19th.
Andrew Reynold’s has been one of our favourite skaters for so many damn years. Video’s like these are always amazing to see when someone you idolize discusses their lives and how interesting they can be. Definitely take some time to check out “This Is Andrew” presented by Nixon and Desillusion Magazine.
The Gonz is one of our faves. This brings back some memories.
NYC based sculptor Ted Lawson creates figurative works based on the female form in a variety of materials. This piece entitled “Mortality is Myth” is created from Cast Resin, Silicone and MDF.
Legendary SEVER of the infamous MSK crew finished a nice wall which depicts some of the more notable street-art icons and entitles the work “Street Art Is Dead”.
Here’s a nice video of PAX49 doing a nice mural installation for Game and Performance at Nazeem Gallery in Brest, France.
The buff is the stale colour that the city chooses to eradicate graffiti and various forms of public art. This LRG video is a very well shot video with some top-notch writers.