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Rostarr Intersection Mural @ B+B Newsroom

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 25, 2013
Brooklyn-based artist Romon Kimin Yang, better known as Rostarr, blends his skill in calligraphy and graphic design to create bold pieces. Having exhibited alongside Basquiat, Haring, Schart and Pollock in “Calligrafitti: 1984-2001,” Rost...

Banksy “Better Out Than In” New Street Piece In Los Angeles

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 23, 2013
This time taking his art to the Los Angeles streets, illustrious graffiti artist Banksy delivers a freshly stenciled piece following his last rendition right before the London Olympics. With his trademark tongue-in-cheek humor at its center, Banksy e...

VELOUR by Nostalgi Portrait 2 with Johan Andersson

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 21, 2013
On the second episode of Portrait, Swedish fashion label VELOUR by Nostalgi sits down with painter Johan Andersson to learn more about the Los Angeles-based artist’s dexterous style. Known for creating compelling renditions that often dabble on...

Andrew Kuykendall Sk8-box Series for boom-art

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 19, 2013
In over 12 months, 12 photographers have customized three decks with their own personal flair as part of boom-art’s compelling Sk8-box series. The latest Sk8-box pack features American photographer Andrew Kuykendall, who employs his sensual wor...

Kidult “EXSTINCTOR” Sculpture

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 18, 2013
Previously, Kidult released the “EXSTINCTOR” trailer, unveiling his latest venture — a series of individually-numbered sculptures left at undisclosed locations across the globe. We now get a first look at one of these “EXSTIN...

Tomokazu Matsuyama “Palimpsest” @ Harvard Reischauer Institute

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 13, 2013
Tomokazu Matsuyama, or Matzu amid art circles, is known to combine modern artistic styles with traditional Japanese context, amalgamating East and West in unique renditions filled with mystical sensibility. Growing up in both Japan and the U.S., Matz...

Takashi Murakami Replies to 2020 Olympics Design Rumors

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 13, 2013
Not long after it was announced that Tokyo would be getting the 2020 Olympics, Japanese social media was already speculating who would be involved in Tokyo’s momentous second hosting of the games, its first being back in 1964. Unfortunately, fr...

Pen & Paper: Kyle Henderson

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 11, 2013
With a background in architecture, London-based artist Kyle Henderson melds his academic training with his found talent in sketching. Inspired by the symmetrical lines and angles found in buildings, Henderson’s work is both candid and obscure,...

MR. “Sweeet!” Exhibition @ Galerie Perrotin Hong Kong

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 9, 2013
Hong Kong’s Galerie Perrotin is proud to present the works of Japanese manga artist MR. Titled “Sweet!,” the show brings together 10 never-before-seen paintings with animated girls at its center. MR. utilizes bold hues and formative...

Steve Caballero and Jahan Loh Talk About “DOUBLE DRAGON” Exhibition, Skateboarding and Art

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 9, 2013
With a joint affinity for skateboarding, art and toy collecting, not to mention their pre-destined traits as dragons in the Chinese zodiac calendar, legendary skateboarder-turned-artist Steve Caballero and Singaporean street artist Jahan Loh have joi...

INSA Launches Installation at EVISU Gallery Hong Kong

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 9, 2013
Stemming from a background in graffiti, INSA’s flamboyant style has made its way to a number of platforms since his seminal years of tags and throw-ups, with murals, sneakers and women all playing respective canvases to his work. The UK street...

Levi’s® Launches the Public Art Project #MakeOurMark Today with “Station to Station” in NYC

StyleComments ⋅ Sep 6, 2013
Levi’s® sets off on one of its boldest efforts in support of an artist-driven project called Station to Station, a public art project made possible by Levi’s®. The massive effort spearheaded by artist Doug Aitken will make its way across the Un...

Meggs Paints Australia’s Largest Charity Kitchen | Videos

ArtsComments ⋅ Sep 5, 2013
Australian street artist Meggs has teamed up with non-profit food organization FareShare on a mural for Australia’s largest charity kitchen. Utilizing Meggs’ trademark superheroes as core motifs, the mural spans the walls of the warehouse...

The Once Homeless Artist Takes His Art From Sidewalk to Gallery

ArtsComments ⋅ Aug 18, 2013
Anyone who lives, works or commutes via Shoreditch High Street, East London would be familiar with John Dolan. His name may not immediately ring bells outside of the area, but his position by the busy sidewalk with his loyal accomplice George the dog...

CYRCLE. at 2013 Walk&Talk Festival Portugal

ArtsComments ⋅ Aug 16, 2013
Los Angeles street art collective CYRCLE. recently took their bold renditions to Portugal. While traveling and painting their way through the country, they stopped at Azores island’s Walk&Talk Festival where they applied a new coat of color...