Street Art

Pejac: Downside Up

Pejac: Downside Up

Street artist Pejac’s first public exhibit in London makes the head-scratching marker of city life even more puzzling. His Downside Up consists of four installations of shoes appearing to float while tied to lampposts.

MissMe: The Artful Vandal

MissMe: The Artful Vandal

(PG-13) Montreal artist MissMe had a successful career working at one of the world’s top ad agencies, but she quit her job to become an underground street artist, creating provocative works of public art which rebel against the objectification of women in advertising.

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Rainworks Invisible Spray

Rainworks Invisible Spray

Spray Rainworks through a stencil onto concrete, and you’ll create street art that can only be seen when it rains. On dry days, it vanishes. Our favorite part of the product description: “Please note that Rainworks Invisible Spray will not make you invisible.”

Hanksy’s Surplus Candy

Hanksy’s Surplus Candy

(NSFW: Language) Parody street artist Hanksy puts his notoriety and knowledge of street art to good use in The Hundreds‘ documentary series Surplus Candy, where he takes us on a tour of the graffiti scene in various cities.

Clean Graffiti

Clean Graffiti

Street artist Moose creates “reverse graffiti” using a power washer to selectively remove urban grime. To further highlight the anti-pollution message of his clean art, he powered his latest work using a zero emission Nissan LEAF EV.

Blue Sky Painters

Blue Sky Painters

Established by Mehdi Ghadyanloo and backed by the government of Tehran, Blue Sky Painters turns drab buliding facades in Iran’s capital into murals with eye-catching illusions or drawings that interact with their surroundings.

SUUMO Street Art Wall Murals

SUUMO Street Art Wall Murals

Bring street art into your home or office without having to inhale nasty spray paint vapors. SUUMO makes graffiti murals ranging from 2×3 to 10×7. Hi-resolution printed on matte fabric with a reusable, repositionable adhesive backing.

Branded Street Art

Branded Street Art

Artist Dorota Pankowska aka Dori the Giant contributed some street art to Brampton, Ontario. While you might find it odd that she tagged with brand logos, what’s amusing is that she used the actual products instead of paint.

Grime Writer

Grime Writer

Create legal street art by writing messages in the layer of dirt and filth coating many smooth-surfaced urban objects. This fat-tipped marker writes using soapy water, so your art will be washed away in the next big rainstorm.

Dumpsty

Dumpsty

Tiny replicas of alley dumpsters: monuments of urban life and canvases for the street artist. Measuring 11″x10″x8″, Dumpsty can be used as a document holder or – yep – a trash bin. You can customize them with stickers or lids.

NeverWet Street Art

NeverWet Street Art

Taking advantage of the hydrophobic properties of NeverWet waterproofing spray, artist Nathan Sharratt discovered he could spray stenciled street art that only appears when it rains or gets wet. Instructional video here.

MTO

MTO

MTO is a street artist who specializes in using spray paint to create large portraits of celebrities, always with a touch of red as his mark. You can see more of his work here and here.

World’s Largest 3D Street Art

World’s Largest 3D Street Art

Street artists 3D Joe & Max were commissioned by Reebok to make the world’s largest and longest piece of 3D street art. It took them 7 days to finish the impressive 12490 ft² painting.

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Radioactive Control

Radioactive Control

Street art duo Luzinterruptus use light and dark to create their pieces. These 100 illuminated, hazmat-wearing scarecrows urge viewers to think about the ever present and grave risks of nuclear power.

Miniature Street Art

Miniature Street Art

Usually street art involves spray-paint, graffiti or some form of defacing public property. But London artist Slinkachu simply creates intricate miniature dioramas and abandon them in public places.

Explosive Art

Explosive Art

We’ve seen art made with explosives before, but never any with the precision of Alexandre Farto’s (aka Vhils) method using perfectly placed squibs on plaster and brick to create awesome street art.

Masking Tape Street Art

Masking Tape Street Art

Australian street artist BUFFdiss uses strips of masking tape to create his art. He often makes oversized hands that interact with the environment, but he also has more complicated pieces.

Fire Breathing Street Art

Fire Breathing Street Art

Dragon or dinosaur? No matter: we’re enjoying what the talent from .wav has created on this visitor platform for the “Hafencity” in Hamburg; they’d probably get arrested trying to do it here.

Trespass: Urban Art

Trespass: Urban Art

TASCHEN’s beautiful 320-page hardcover book chronicles some of the most original and creative graffiti and urban art around the world. Get a sneak preview of the book here.

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