The Eye of Berlin by JR
French street arteest JR is taking to the streets of Germany with his project “Wrinkles of the City”, reproducing and pasting up images of elderly people who have experienced the transformation of Berlin and been so embedded in its evolution that they now step out from behind their lenses and become a part of the city itself. The looming eye of an unknown witness can be found at 25 Gustav meyer allee, if you feel like staring it down yourself.
GIF-itti by RONE and INSA
Painted up in Collingwood, Melbourne, street wizard RONE teamed up with INSA to paint four separate pieces, one on top of each other, making sure the last one synched up with the first so INSA could loop them all together to make some moving picture magic.
Subtle Street Arts by Alexey Menschikov
When he’s not taking brain-tripping images of pigeons, Alexey Menschikov likes to manipulate his local environment FOR ART~!, utilizing the pre-existing cracks and blemishes of the urban landscape to gestalt-out his imaginative designs, so if you ever pass a splotch of paint on the ground that Alexey has touched and think to yourself: “did I really see Spongebob Squarepants?”, the answer is yes. Always yes.
Putting a message on a wall can be a much more effective way to reach the masses than expecting them to go find a book and learn it themselves. Some men just want to watch the world learn, regardless of medium. This collection of street arts details some memorable lines from famous books, hit the pictures to see which author and title, if you didnt already recognize them immediately.
Black Cat by 0331c
Conjured forth through the medium of spray paint and fire extinguisher.
Hitchcock’s Psycho Bathroom Art by Id-Iom and Agent Provocateur
Before their studio building got demolished, it needed the proper adornment for its own funeral. Several walls were repainted with soon-to-be annilated arts, including this Hitchcock stencil which watched you as you bathed. The blood splatter is purely coincidental. See all the pictures of the house’s final day over at the flickr.
Street Portraitures by Fintan Switzer
Using Killarney, Ireland as his canvas, Fintan has moved from the studio to the street, painting his meta-portraits on cement walls that seem to be breaking through the frames that once encased them. If you’re interested in purchasing some of Fintan’s work, you can add your name to his Mailing List for information.