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El Mac’s Mural at the New Adobe Campus in Utah

Tasked with getting the Adobe Campus in Utah on the cutting edge of design and arts to mirror the projects that they churn out (as seen here previously), Rapt Studio asked notable muralist El Mac to contribute to the ambiance. Joining other notable c...

Juxtapoz Magazine Issue #136

The May 2012 edition of Juxtapoz Magazine — or issue #136 — unabashedly celebrates street art in its “special examination on the state of public art in 2012.” This issue is the culmination of a year’s investigation into...

The Boneyard Project “Return Trip” Video

Continuing their original 2010 project, Eric Firestone and Carlo McCormick invited a number of artists to the Arizona desert to paint their own decommissioned planes in a Tucson boneyard. Featuring art from Retna, How & Nosm, Saner and Nunca, Th...

The Boneyard Project “Return Trip” @ Pima Air & Space Museum

Once the metal birds that soared the sky, decommissioned planes have now been largely relegated to the junkyard. However an initiative that began in 2010 by Eric Firestone and Carlo McCormick is taking shape with another exhibition to beautify these...

El Mac @ Los Angeles

As Los Angeles-based artist Miles “Mac” MacGregor closes out an undeniably impressive 2011, the graffiti expert is set to reveal his latest creation. Primed atop a frequently visited building located in West Hollywood, the mural highlight...

EL MAC in the Montana Colors Factory Video

Artist EL MAC has been known for creating representational works of humans over his artistic career. Drawing inspiration from Mexican and Chicano culture of America, he has used various forms of art as mediums such as graffiti, pin-up art and religio...

El Mac and Retna: Let the Arts Roam

El Mac and Retna are street artists, born in LA. They use building walls as blank canvases for their imagery, and the duo has collaborated to create murals all over the world. The result is striking imagery that is unique and recognizable as thei...