Valdi Valdi Street Art, Urban Blue Realism, Artist Biography
Valdi Valdi Street Art: Biography and Interview of the artist Thiago Valdi. His style is a combination of monochromatic portraits with a photorealistic approach
I found myself uttering the rather colorful word "skedaddle" this evening as I was preparing to leave work. "Let's skedaddle!" I cried, as I attempted to roust the lethargic troops from their iPod and YouTube-induced daze. You'd think going home would be the one thing you could get people enthusiastic about, but you'd be wrong. This led me to wondering about the source of this odd yet strangely pleasing word, so here we go - the answer is, no one really knows. Apparently the word suddenly…
There’s A Genius Street Artist Running Loose In New York, And Let’s Hope Nobody Catches Him
Using street furniture like poles or electrical terminals, Tom creates colorful and whimsical pieces that interact with their surroundings.
Girls on Walls in NYC, Part III: Nick Walker, QRST, Alice Mizrachi, Aiko, Miss 163, LMNOP & Tito NaRua
A selection of images of girls on walls in New York City featuring works by Nick Walker, QRST, Alice Mizrachi, Aiko, Miss 163, LMNOP & Tito NaRua
These pieces of temporary art work by Frank McShane are samples before we put down large versions of the winners of the Annual Calendar Art Contest in early Fall. You can find these decorated stormdrains in Schuylkill River Park and Vernon Park. To learn more, click here!
GLOBAL STREET ART
Wild Drawing from Athens with this gorgeous new piece on Kea Island, Greece. Check out more of his work on his profile right here: http://globalstreetart.com/wd-street-art