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Italian Street Art by Diego Della Posta

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.

Interview with Robert Proch

Fine art and urban art for years have been considered separated genres that could not be mixed in any way. But on the last 10 years we saw the rise of artists that could be both classified as fine artists and street artists as they work are the perfect mix of both. Robert Proch is one of those young artists, earning respect for his incredible ability of mixing styles in any surface and situation. Here's a interview we did with him, hope you enjoy it. You can see more from Robert on the following links: Website

Awesome Graffiti from Chile

Every country has a different style of graffiti, today I want to show a little bit of the Chilean style. Let me introduce you to ESTOY, a graffiti artist who paints the streets of Santiago Chile with some awesome pieces. Enjoy! For more about ESTOY visit facebook.com/estoyestay, and behance.net/estoy.

Colorful Geometric Graffiti Murals

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.

Badass Vector Works by 123Klan

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

Chalk Art by David Zinn

David Zinn is an artist from Michigan who loves to interact with people using his chalk art. His art is in a 3d form that gives the impression the characters are coming out of the ground. David created this little green character called Sluggo and on this post you see Sluggo all over the streets, check it out!

Colorful Murals by Eduardo Kobra

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.

Extraordinary Graffiti by Sofles DTS

I'm not the biggest fan of Graffiti art, most people too, probably because it's a inner culture with an art focused on the name and the typography, If you don't belong to it, you won't understand it most of the time. But some outstanding talents as Sofles can make the connection between this two worlds. Sofles is a graffiti artist from Melbourne, is one of the members of the DTS crew. What brought me to his work it's his capability to have awesome skills both with typography than with character design.

Introducing Flying Fortress

It's truly amazing to see that nowadays most creatives don't box themselves in just one area. Flying Fortress is a multidisciplinary artist working on areas as illustration, Toy Design, Graffiti, Street Art, Fine Art, Education and Interior Design.

Wall Paintings by No Entry Design

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

Ironic and Sarcastic Urban Interventions by Sever MSK

Is needless to say that street art is having a great success on the last 5 years. But more interesting it's to see that the line between Street Art and Graffiti is getting more and more blurred. Artist like Sever from MSK crew can transit into both areas, making a artist and ironic artwork, but also maintaining the spirit and aesthetic of Graffiti art.You see more urban interventions from Sever at his Official Website. 

Lovely and Charming Paintings by Tati Suarez

I don't know about you guys, but for me the most attractive and interesting part of the body is the eyes. That must be why I got into Tati Suarez artworks, her passion on building such interesting and charming female characters is both captivating and curious. I wonder where she get inspiration for such imaginary universe. Tati is also known for street art / graffiti work, you can see more about it at her Official Website.

Awesome Animated Banksy

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.

Stellar Graffiti Artworks by Georgi Dimitrov

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.

Graffiti Stencil Effect in Pixelmator

Street art and graffitti will always be part of the counter culture and an important way for artist to express their ideas in the big canvas that is the streets. WIth that in mind we will show you how to create a simple spray effect using Pixelmator. For this tutorial we will show you how to create a nice stencil spray effect of the Squarespace logo using brushes and simple filters. It's a very useful technique and despite the fact that it looks quite easy, the details are very important and might take you some time practicing until you master your design with this effect.

Behind-the-Scenes: Shepard Fairey and Andre Window Collaboration for Levi's

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.

Acid Illustrations and Street Art by Smithe

It's really cool to see how an artist create his own universe by assimilating and creating relationships between symbols and images. Smithe got a serious relation with the concepts of construction, destruction, structure and the self as we can see on most of his artworks. You can see more stunning artworks like these at his Tumblr, also follow him on Twitter

New Graffiti Work from ABOVE

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.

Introducing the Visceral 123 Klan

Weeks ago I got truly amazed when I found out this mates from Montreal. 123 Klan is super creative studio focused on illustration and graffiti. In fact, these buddies have never denied their graffiti background and decided to introduce this aesthetic on their work, the results are just beyond fantastic, check out: You can see more projects form 123 Klan at their Official Website.

Happy and Colorful Street Art by Pez

While I was in Barcelona I had the opportunity to see a lot Pez artworks on the streets of the city. It's quite undeniable that the first reaction you got when you see this little fish on a wall is to automatically smile, it's so cheerful and vibrant. It's really funny to think that it all started with a simple tag from the artist that with time just morphed into this remarkable fish. If you to know more about Pez and his artworks, please access his Website.

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