Olaf Mooij – Chesterfield Car

The “Chesterfield car” is an incredible sculpture by netherlands-based artist Olaf Mooij. The installation is in fact a Chesterfield couch that resembles an old time British car – a Standard 10, whose curves and shape were the inspiration of the project.

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Carter Asmann – Coffee Stain Motorcycles

Artist and photography Carter Asmann creates brilliant illustrations of drawings that are inspired 2 coffee stains. Asmann uses our favourite warm beverage as a foundation to create realistic pencil illustrations of vintage cafe racers.

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Escif – New Mural in Madrid

The illustrative street artist Escif recently painted this new interesting mural on the streets of Madrid. The Spanish artist painted a beautiful pattern of a vintage floral wall paper found in one of the apartments and he also implemented portraits of the people living in the building to show the beauty of the building not only inside but out.

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INSA – Vintage Bentley Gif-iti

British multidisciplinary artist INSA has taken his distinct street art style to the surface of a vintage Bentley. INSA painted multiple variations of a spiraling design onto the surface, and as per usual, utilizing the final photographed still images into a gif animation.

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Chris Labrooy – Tales of Auto Elasticity

Chris Labrooy’s magnificent series entitled “Tales of Auto Elasticity” has vehicles doing the impossible. Vibrantly-colored pickup trucks are stretched, twisted, and turned bending the imagination. The images you see here are from Labrooy’s imagination, and he digitally manipulates the trucks into the unbelievable shiny sculptures that we see here.

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FIVE x DRE – Greetings From…

A new video has come out of the dynamic duo that is FIVE & DRE. These two are always on top of fresh rollers, straights and murals when they collaborate together and this one is no different. The team hooked up yet again for a mural in an abandoned pool and brightened it up with a wall based on vintage postcards. Peep the science after the jump. With music by Marlena Shaw entitled “A Couple of Losers.”

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Jonathan Hertzberg – Dirty Old New York Subway

“A mix of clips of the New York City subway system on film, mostly from the ’70s and early ’80s, when graffiti was a mainstay on train cars and everything underground was, for the most part, grittier and more worn than it is today. The exact date range is 1966 to 1984…in other words, Lindsay to Koch.” – Jonathan Hertzberg

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