r1r1r1

I am not sure whether the interventions and walls by R1 would strike me in real life – I only know them from browsing the web. There they look gorgeous.

Ernest Pignon Ernest

Do you remember street art? Ernest Pignon Ernest has put up his first ephemeral piece of art in 1966.

Helping hand

Aaaaah! Wheat paste on wall painting. Read and .

Barcelona’s finest

Kenor, H101, Zosen and Göla in Paris - more info here. Galerie Celal.

L’atlas

L’atlas – the urban compass. Showing now in Paris.

Ekspo – Cem Ulucan

A young one to watch out for – Ekspo / Cem Ulucan.

Kenji (KNGee) – May’s lane

Kenji Nakayama’s panel from the May’s lane project (2008) is on tour in Australia until the end of next year. Another piece is on public display at 132 Elridge ST, NYC. More images at his flickr.

Michael Johansson

Mind the Gap (2010)
Cool boxes, sun chairs, picnic tables, swing, garden equipment, etc.
Dimensions: 0,6 x 3 x 0,35 m.
Installation view: Sølyst Castle Park, Jyderup (DK) – Artist profile.

Toys’r'us (2006)
Mixed Media: dinghy, boat equipment, welded metal frame, spraypaint
Dimensions: 2 x 2,6 m, Scale 1:1.
Installation view: Besökarna, Västra Hamnen, Malmö (S) – Installation video.

More works.

Monumental

Taken from vlep[v]net. What would Julie Mehretu say about these murals?

Rub Kandy

Street Arrrttt by Rub Kandy. Information from ‘Unurth’: “These.. fascinating space-distortions.. are done with paint and analogue film – no effects added.” Compare to the Löbbert brothers.

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