Streetart: RISK paints Mural at Sylvester Stallone’s former Santa Monica Studio

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Los Angeles-based graffiti artist RISK has revisited a longstanding piece he had put up 24 years ago, repainting the building to give it a new life.

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Miniature Wooden Figures by Joe Iurato in New Jersey

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Here’s a number of recent pieces by street and commercial artist Joe Iurato who leaves site-specific wooden cutouts in locations around New Jersey. The pieces are often based on photography as well as references to characters found in famous paintings.

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Original Street Art on Utility Boxes by Paul Walsh

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New Zealand based self-taught artist Paul Walsh works in several fields. He paints, created original prints for t-shirts, and in spare time draws on the streets of his native Oakland.

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Cheerful Street Art by Pizza and Pixels

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Aiden Glynn is a talented Canadian street artist, who is better known by his pseudonym Pizza and Pixels.

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#GetUpNY – Instagram Photos Pop Up As Street Art All Across Manhattan

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Fancy seeing your Instagram pictures in real life, printed and pasted all over New York City? That’s precisely what Get Up NY, an interactive street art campaign, is starting to do all across Manhattan. The group — whose members remain anonymous for obvious reasons — creates posters of images uploaded to Instagram with the hashtag #GetUpNY, and then sticks the printouts in places that are meaningful to that image or near to where the original photo was captured. For a chance to have your own photos printed and shared across the Big Apple, simply use the hashtag #GetUpNY on your own Instagram pics.

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Layered Illusions of Holes in the Walls by 1010

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German street artist 1010 creates unique street art in ordinary urban spaces. His works are not just graffiti, they are optical illusions.

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New Series of Streetart-Pieces by Banksy in Gaza // Palestine

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Banksy finally revealed the location of his first new piece in 2015, which is Gaza in Palestine. Inspired by “The Thinker” by Rodin the first piece is entitled “Bomb Damage” and obviously with Banksy, the placement is just on point. On top of that, the elusive British street artist took the opportunity to reveal four new pieces which you will be able to find around Gaza.

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Colorful Mythical Beasts by Curiot

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Street artist Curiot, creates colorful mythical beasts inspired from Mexican traditions that combine animal and human features.

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India’s largest Mural of Dadasaheb Phalke in Mumbai by Ranjit Dahiya

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Back in December, as part of the st+art mumbai festival, Bombay-based artist Ranjit Dahiya painted a tribute to the father of Indian cinema – Dadasaheb Phalke. The massive mural was completed with the help of artistYantr, Munir Bukhari and Nilesh Kharade, At 120×150 feet it’s the largest mural of the country.

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Urban Mandalas by French Street Artist Arthur-Louis Ignore

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Street Artist Arthur-Louis Ignore, aka Ali, lives and works in Rennes, France. He makes Mandalas on the street in public places. His designs can stay for months or days depending on the weather. Arthur-Louis explains the work by saying, “It’s a way for me to interfere with people’s everyday life.”

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Urban Graffiti By Sril, A Treat For Our Eyes

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Sril is a urban artist that is famous cause of his incursions where he represents highly known fictional and real characters, also animal and shapes, that together with his colourful style creates a candy for our eyes. Enjoy the collection:

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Amazing Surreal Murals by Etam Cru

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The duo of street artists known as Etam Cru creates massive murals that are often several stories tall and very colorful.

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“Abuela” – New Mural from EL MAC x KOFIE x NUKE in Los Angeles’ Art District

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A new mural by Street Artists El Mac, Kofie and Nuke went up in LA on this weeks tuesday. The wall which has a portrait of an older woman of Navajo descent (marked by her turquoise necklace) now looms over the Arts District in Los Angeles between Traction and E. 4th Street on S. Hewitt.

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Humorous Street Art and Urban Interventions by SpY

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There are not many street artists who use their sense of humor, implementing it directly into the urban environment. There is no doubt that the Spanish artist SpY is among them.

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“Buzz Off” – New Mural by Artist Lonac in Zagreb // Croatia

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The Croatian photorealistic maestro known as Lonac is back in business with a brand new piece which he just completed somewhere on the streets of Zagreb in Croatia. The Croatian artist quickly wrapped up this piece which is entitled “Buzz Off”, the text reads “Fuck Off.. I fish to paint something else!!”.

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