Bringing Museum Paintings Out Into The Streets: The Outings Project!

I’m going to start this post off with this statement: “This is cool as shit!” Yeah, that’s my official opinion on this. I’m witty like that. Anyway, on with the post! Artist and filmmaker, Julien de Casabianca, was inspired to bring an Ingres painting of a female prisoner, which was tucked away into a corner […]

May Day: The Art of Protest!

May 1st. “May Day” A day of significance throughout human history. It is/has been a day celebrating spring, a pagan festival, a day of feasting, a day for organized labor, and most recently, a day of political protest. ————————————————————– This is a collection of street art that touches on some of the relevant social issues […]

Art Cuts To The Core: Equality < Equity!

Now this is the kind of street art I admire. Sharp and clever social commentary. Beautifully simple, and amazingly on-point, this street artwork strikes at the very core of society’s failing. If you know the Artist or location of this work, please contact me so I can credit it properly. (Props to STREET ART UTOPIA […]

Sketch Book Gold: Artist Pat Perry!

I’ve got to hand it to Jeff Hamada, the founder and editor for BOOOOOOOM, he certainly does find some gems! This week’s stolen reblogged article is about artist Pat Perry. The Michigan-based artist has an impressive collection of work; Murals, Street Art, Sketches, Illustration, etc. The post from BOOOOOOOM is specifically about the work in his sketch […]

Street Artist Duo Pichi and Avo Show Greek Gods & Graffiti = Beautiful!

The debate ‘Is it Street Art or is it Graffiti?’ is a hotly contested one. And with good reason. There is a huge difference between tagging shit and creating something of beauty. Was the project or mural sanctioned? Does the finished product add value to society as a whole (in some way), or is it […]

Revisit: Montreal-based graffiti crew A’shop’s nod to Mucha!

Known as the “N.D.G. Project” (after its location), the giant graffiti artwork is a modern take on “Our Lady of Grace” and was inspired by the work of Czech art nouveau painter Alphonse Mucha.

Montreal Street Art Crew Goes Mucha! Montreal’s graffiti crew known as A’shop transform a boring side of a building into amazing piece of street art. A’Shop artists: Fluke, Guillaume Lapointe, Antonin Lambert, DoDo Ose and Bruno Rathbone worked 16 days from dawn till dusk in order to complete the incredible five-storey mural. Known as the […]

Stencil Me Some Art: Doing It #AWOL Style!

Street artist, stencil artist, and muralist Blythe Crowe –better known as #AWOL– is one BUSY gal! Hailing from Colorado, this 17 year old artist is quickly making a name for herself. Part of that reason? The prolific amount of work she produces. But, instead of droning on about it (and discussing how I think she […]