Street Art

Piston Head II At The VENUS Gallery

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Exhibiting at the VENUS Gallery in Los Angeles, is the show “Piston Head II”. The exhibition showcases automobiles and motorbikes with incredible paint jobs from various artists like Keith Haring, Sterling Ruby, Olivier Mosset to name a few. For more information about “Piston Head II”, visit VENUS Gallery’s site. And if you’ll be in LA between […]

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POW! WOW! Long Beach 2016

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The street art festival POW!WOW! Long Beach, recently ended last week. Just like POW!WOW! Hawaii and Taiwan, Long Beach featured artists and murals from all around the world. Artists showcased a variety of styles in various locations, while spectators were able to enjoy these large scale art pieces all around the city. For more information on the […]

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Shepard Fairey’s “Earth Crisis” Series

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On the side of the building of 60 rue Jeanne-d’Arc in Paris, France is Shepard Fairey’s latest installation of “Earth Crisis”.  The installation’s revolve around the concept of environmental awareness. Be on the look out for more installments of this series. Photography: Lionel Belluteau

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Illuminaries – Stephen Curry Larger Than Life

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  Stephen Curry is undoubtedly one of the most iconic players in NBA history. But, Curry has also been a huge symbol for the Bay area. The Illuminaries, are a street art group that have showed their appreciation for the NBA player, by painting a mural of him. The mural resides in Oakland, CA and can be […]

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Kamea Hadar: ‘Hapa’ Promoting Racial Equality

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Hawaii has recently collected a new mural by artist Kamea Hadar. The piece is inspired by the word Hapa, meaning “part” or “partial”. The mural is a symbol of the multiple cultures residing in Hawaii and a focus on racial equality. As seen above, the painting features a portrait Barack Obama, with his speech from Philadelphia painted in […]

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NYCHOS: Ikon

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From June 25-July 23 NYCHOS will be exhibiting at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. His new show titled “IKON” will feature some of the artist’s signature style, showing dissected animals, and characters. “IKON” focuses on popular characters like Batman, Darth Vadar, and Barbie to name a few. Check out Jonathan LeVine Gallery for further information!

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The Newly Renovated SFMoMA

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Opening this Saturday May 14 , is the Modern Museum of Art in San Francisco. The new museum will display close to 33,000 pieces of work, in a space that’s over 170,000 square feet of gallery. The renovation took about three years to finish, and $305 million. For more information on San Francisco’s new Modern […]

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Os Gemeos Train-Centric Mural

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Brazilian street artists Os Gemeos have recently painted a mural in Milan, Italy. The mural is displayed on the side of the Pirelli HangarBicocca building. The brothers titled the mural “Efêmero” and they’ve applied their signature style to the piece. The brothers drew inspiration for the mural from the history of the building. The Pirelli HangarBicocca building was were […]

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Converse’s Lovejoy Art Auction

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The Lovejoy Art Program is a new initiative by Converse to help support the art community globally. A number of original pieces will be auctioned from artists like: DALEK, Jeff Soto, Ben Eine, Aaron De La Cruz, Tristan Eaton, Kenji Nakayama, and Futura just to name a few. The auction will take place from April 18 […]

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Ryan McGinness: #metadata

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Exhibiting from now until April 22 is a new show by Ryan McGinness titled “#metadata”. The show features new paintings and an installation from his bodies of work “Studio Views” and “Screen Combines.” The two bodies of work let’s the viewer experience surrealism and modernist stylistic work. If you’re in Los Angeles, stop by KOHN […]

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