Archive for "Street Art"


July 6th, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

New work from Blu. The results of BLUs artwork and art direction are just amazing! See for yourself…

“BIG BANG BIG BOOM: an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life … and how it could probably end.”

BIG BAG BIG BOOM – the new wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.

Drawings by Swampdonkey

July 5th, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea

The view of life from a creative guy from Oakland, CA, named Swampdonkey. He is not famous or has a good position int the creative szene or rich or has something important to say. Maybe the only thing you get is , when you translate his name -(urban language : A very ugly, usually fat girl who hangs around in bars and clubs waiting to sexually assault males who are too drunk to defend themselves.)
His work comes naturally out of his mind and lifestyle. He just loves to do his art and photography. And it is good for us that he shares his creative output with us on his flickr account. I like his stuff and take the chance to spread it. And maybe you like it too.

Improv Everywhere: “The Tourist Lane”

June 9th, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

The nice new mission by improv everywhere. Separating the lanes at 5th avenue…

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Brusse – Love injections

April 9th, 2010 // 9 Comments // Posted by Lukas

Brusse produces art full of love. The love injections are wonderful.. needless to say anything else.

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Miss Bugs- Fresh Stuff “Cut Out And Fade Out”

February 22nd, 2010 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea

The Street Art Artist Miss Bugs embellished the street of London with her new work. These life sized female figures are melting with the background of the streets. She is questioning the visibility  of woman of the modern society.

Miss Bugs is famous for her pop imagery minted and inspired by Action Heros, Comic firgures and models. Her intension to use these Symbols of Society:” They are such strong iconic figures, each with a set of values good and bad, they send an immediate message making them powerful images to play with.” But she is not using matarials from familiar mainstream figures known by the publicity. What seems to have gotten street art fans in a froth is that Miss Bugs is not using old campy print advertisements or bits of classic paintings as reference; rather, it is that the work is using very recent and pretty well-known pieces of Street Art in the Street Art.

Miss Bugs website

And here some old stuff dony by Miss Bugs

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Urban Artist ROA creates A Giant Lanticular in London

December 16th, 2009 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

As far as i could find out ROA is from Gent in Belgium. I was really impressed with his work with what i just found on Wooster Collective.
He generally paints giant animals, usually in black and white, and sometimes includes their skeleton or internal organs. See more on his Fotolog.. he did some amazing things in Warsaw recently.


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A glimpse of Street Art in Lisbon

November 10th, 2009 // 1 Comment // Posted by Lukas


I am currently in Portugal and went for a nice walk in a part of Lisbon called Alfama. Being the oldest part of Lisbon it is also a very touristic one..still, if you keep your eyes open there are some nice details of urban art to be found. I like the aesthetics of the old buildings, the mix of cobbles and steep stairsets .

So here are some pictures i made during my walk. I am looking forward to look for more at Bairro Alto next Saturday.
Let me know what you think.


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Nomad “Rainbow Coloured Tears of a Clown”

November 6th, 2009 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea
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Nomad is opening his newest solo show, ‘Rainbow Coloured Tears of a Clown‘, at the CircleCulture Gallery. The gallery had a lot of nice things to say to us about the art, the artist, and this exhibition, but I think his flyer sums it up perfectly.

He is showing us that he his talented in a lot of various art styles. He became famous with his streetart. Especially as Mr. Friendly and his messages on rubbish bins. But in his exhibition he tells us about the history of art, in his personal way of expression.But of course street art elements are not missing.

The Opening reception was on october 30, 2009. The show is up through Jan. 9th.

Gipsstraße 11.

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