Time for some super slick graffiti here at Abduzeedo! This time we're featuring the work of German street artist HRVB, TheWeird. He's got a crazy good style, with lots of details and sick colors. Check it out! Here you can see some of his best works out there. For more of it, please visit his portfolio at Behance... this guy definitely needs all the exposure he can get, because he's that good! I hope you liked it. Cheers! ;)
Diego Della Posta is a Italian street artist and illustrator also known as Thoms Studio. His street art is very artistic and totally different style from what we usually see in the US. Take a look and enjoy some authentic italian street art. For more from Thoms Studio visit thoms.it and behance.net/thoms.
These colorful geometric murals were done by Matt W. Moore, an amazing graffiti artist who can blend shapes, colors and street art all in one. Check out this post for some really awesome graffiti murals all over the globe.
123Klan is a French graffiti crew now based in Montreal, Qc of Canada. Since 1994, 123Klan have worked and have been specializing in character illustration, branding, toy design, and touring the world one wall after another. Their client list includes big brands like Nike, Adidas, Lamborghini, Coca Cola, Stussy, Sony, Nasdaq to name a few. We are showcasing just a glimpse of their entire portfolio, check out their website for more. Find out more about the crew 123Klan and their pretty diverse works at 123Klan.com
Eduardo Kobra is an amazing artist from Sao Paulo, Brazil. He specializes in painting big murals and his recent work has a very colorful flavor to it. Kobra's new work is impressive, the use of color is just mind blowing. Enjoy! For more from Eduardo Kobra visit him on Flickr Gallery and eduardokobra.com.
No Entry Design is a design studio based in Brooklyn, NY and they do pretty much everything you can imagine. Besides their amazing typography work I really wanted to share some of these awesome wall paintings they've done with a unique style. For more from No Entry Design visit noentrydesign.com
Since the boom of the internet and especially the web 2.0 we have the chance to share pretty much anything. There's always a good and bad side, however for designers and artists I believe there's only the good side. We got the tools to express and spread our work very easily in a way that nobody has ever seen. Great artists were discovered or became legends, like the street artist Banksy.
Some art exhibitions are awesome, others are not. But you can't go wrong when your exhibition happens in a aircraft cemetery, and you got awesome aircrafts hand painted. This is The Boneyeard Project: Return trip.
There's something about street art, graffiti artworks, that really catches my attention. Maybe it's the fact that you get to see the artist, making fantastic drawings and typography pieces in huge scales.
As living in Montreal, I don't really hang out around Notre-Dame-de-Grâce area also known as 'NDG' for shorts. And one day while cruising around, I stopped by this really magnificent mural also entitled as Notre-Dame-de-Grâce (Our Lady of Grace) by A'Shop. Today I am featuring this beautiful piece of art of about 4 floors high, hope you will enjoy it! It’s more than just a business .
In a tribute to the French and American cities that inspired the worldwide street art and graffiti movement of the last 40 years, pioneering artists Shepard Fairey and Mr. ANDRE have collaborated to build an ambitious art installation exclusively for the ground floor of the new Champs-Élysées Levi's flagship store.
I'm glad to announce that our friend and graffiti master ABOVE just uploaded his portfolio with some amazing new work. If you are a fan of graffiti work and street art you will love to see these murals and stencils. From art galleries to huge graffiti murals, ABOVE has done it all. Take a look.
It might be seen as vandalism, but for street art appreciators, trains are potential canvases. When artists come up with good looking art, it just makes cities a little happier. The first 4 images are in Abduzeedo's home town, Porto Alegre. All the others are from several cities around the globe. These are very creative, and I gotta say that for these, usually the most colorful ones are simply the best, but of course, it also depends on the overall style. Well, don't forget to visit each one of these! I hope you enjoy them. Cheers!
It's great when you're walking down the street and you get to see sweet graffiti works. Not any graffiti, but top notch works, that once you see it, you'll definitely want to see more of that artist's pieces.
Browsing around Vandalog - a website that I really like - I bumped into the work of Best Ever and decided to get in touch with them to show a bit more of their work here to you. Their website is filled with really interesting artworks, so make sure to visit it. In their short working partnership, British duo BEST | EVER have gained worldwide recognition for their unique interpretive depictions of the human form.
The graffiti artist "Mundano" painted a big Brazilian flag on this building that for more than a decade, the old Santos Dumond Hotel, in downtown Sao Paulo, was empty. Today, it shelters more than 120 families that have illegally occupied the building. Check out the action video and some photos of the work and process.
Last week the graffiti artist Sigi von Koeding died because of cancer. In 1986 the swiss started to spray under the moniker "DARE" and has marked his name - in lots of typographic variations - on walls from Europe to the rest of the world. In 1990 he achieved to be the first swiss sprayer who started freelancing. The brand "Belton Molotow" honored him with a very own spray can called "dare orange". We want to honor him one last time. Rest in peace For more information please visit his website http://www.dare.ch/
I am a huge fan & user of graffiti style, as well as the more legal version street art. Im living in a safe city (lots of cameras) but it's still a place for people who express theirselve by painting the walls of out town. These are images taken by me and a friend around Hamburg, Altona. The place we live. Respect for all the people who's work is showcased in here. The reason why I write this article is, beside showing you great stuff, to improve myself. I have been doing street art for quite some time and I want to share some experience's with you.
Iskor (Felipe Arantes Silva) is an artist from Sao Paulo Brazil seeking versatility on his work around the city. Somewhere between letters and characters, his work has been changing for the past years but his signature is never left behind. Today his work is made out of big characters with some kind of squared noses, and his goal is to never create a work similar to any previous one. He always walks around with a blue graffiti pencil and a bic pen, to put out his imagination at any time and place.
Yesterday I was putting together the Daily Inspiration #343 and some images (sent by our reader enrico305) really got my attention. The images were from mr-ewokone.com and were just AWESOME! I liked them so much that I decided to get in touch with Mr Ewokone to ask further info about the site and also to say that we were interested in featuring their work here. So here is a small bio from the artist and a really cool selection from his work.