I am absolutely loving the paintings of Conor Harrington. Living somewhere between street art and more “traditional” painting, Harrington’s artwork combines character and controlled styles from the 17th-18th centuries with vibrant color and free-flowing movement found in the street art of today.
Mademoiselle Maurice breathes vivid color into the streets with Rainbow, a colorful array of folded paper origami.
Shai Dahan just wrapped up work on a very large piece painted on the wall which separates Isreal and Palestine. Dahan has filled his portfolio with many awesome street and gallery works.
Getting Up: The Tempt One Story
This looks like an inspiring story and an awesome foundation. The Not Impossible Foundation is working to create solutions for impossible challenges. The EyeWriter is the first of these challenges and they are working with TEMPT to develop the technology.
20 Most Read Posts from 2011
As 2011 ends and we begin 2012, I want to reflect on the most read post of the last year. Here is a collection of the 20 most read posts written in 2011.
Artist Tributes to the Victims of the 9/11 Tragedy
Over the weekend, many different outlets shared views of the September 11 tragedy. Artists have also expressed their feelings over the years and Googling for artist 9/11 tributes will return thousands of works.
Street Summer – Street Art Competition
The folks over at Don’t Panic sent me a contest that they are running with Channel 4 this summer to celebrate British street culture.
Can Street Art Change the World?
JR began his art career at 15 as a street artist in Paris. After finding a camera in the subway, JR began documenting his street art adventures and pasting his work on the walls of the street.
Street and Gallery Paintings by Michael De Feo
Michael De Feo is best known for his ubiquitous flowers painted on buildings around the world, infusing a childlike innocence to the street’s walls.